Farms and Fruits

The Snoqualmie Valley is a fertile area for growing fruits and vegetables.  So stop by to pick up farm fresh produce, honey, or fresh baked goods.  Or pick the fruit yourself.  Come to a pumpkin patch or harvest festival.  There are also several Christmas tree farms nearby to select your tree in November/December.

Click on the items you are interested in from the list below for more information.

  1. Remlinger Farms
  2. Bybee Farms
  3. Cottage Gardens Heirloom Blueberries
  4. Jubilee Farm
  5. Carnation Farms
  6. Misty Valley Farm
  7. Henna Blueberry Farm
  8. Fall City Farms
  9. Keith and Scott Tree Farm
  10. The Dahlia Barn
  11. Snoqualmie Valley Honey Farm
  12. Mountain Creek Tree Farm
  13. Full Circle Farm
  14. Blue Dog Farm
  15. Harvold Berry Farm
  16. Oxbow Farm

Remlinger Farms

Remlinger Farms berries

U-pick raspberries (July), strawberries (June), and pumpkins (late Sept – Oct) in season.  

Farm market offers farm fresh fruits, veggies as well as homemade pies.

Open May through October.

Bybee Farms

U-pick blueberries (several varieties) in season.  The season normally includes part of July, August, and into September.  2019 opening day was July 22nd.  Different varieties ripen at different times.

Cottage Gardens Heirloom Blueberries

Enjoy Cottage Gardens Heirloom Blueberries
Enjoy Cottage Gardens Heirloom Blueberries

U-pick blueberries several varieties in season (generally July/August).

U-pick giant sunflowers starts August

Jubilee Farm

Jubilee Farms CSA Produce
Jubilee Farms CSA Produce

Raises cattle, hogs, sheep and poultry and sells fresh meat.  Fresh produce available all year round by joining their CSA.  

Events include May Day, Harvest Festival, and Holiday Mercantile.  Spring, Harvest, and Pumpkin Tours available to groups of children (certain number of adults come free with children)

Located in Carnation about 13 miles from North Bend.  Contact: phone 425-240-4929.  email

Carnation Farms

Carnation Farms Farmstand
Carnation Farms Farmstand

Local farm fresh food available via organic CSA, Farmstand, and other food programs.

Offers kids spring break and summer camps involving hands-on farm and cooking experiences.  

Also a venue for weddings, corporate retreats, and private events.

Located in Carnation about 18 miles from North Bend.  Contact: phone 425-844-3100. 

Misty Valley Farm

Misty Valley Farm Lavender Wreath
Misty Valley Farm Lavender Wreath

20 acre farm which grows beautiful lavender and raises dairy goats for goat milk products made and sold on the farm.  

Tasting room offers tastings of local wines from the Snoqualmie Valley

Live music and arts and crafts classes offered almost weekly year long.  

Located in Carnation just north of town off Highway 203.  Contact:

Henna Blueberry Farm

Henna Blueberry Farm
Henna Blueberry Farm

U-pick 5 acre small blueberry farm.    10 varieties of blueberries.  Open in season (generally mid-June to mid-August).  Staff is friendly and helpful.

There are two fields, one in Carnation and one in Fall City. Contact: phone 206-605-4420. 

Fall City Farms

Fall City Farms Farm Stand
Fall City Farms Farm Stand

Farm stand selling farm fresh produce and eggs is open from 1-5 pm Fridays in summer.  Check Facebook and Instagram for what is fresh each week.  

Pumpkin patch and wagon ride farm tours in October

Christmas trees available for u-cut in season

The Lodge is a wedding and event venue

Located in Fall City along Highway 203 just north of the junction with Highway 202.   Contact: phone 425-222-0522. 

Keith and Scott Tree Farm

Keith and Scott Tree Farm
Keith and Scott Tree Farm

One of the last working cattle ranches in the upper Snoqualmie Valley.  

Grows 5 types of Christmas trees on 12 acres.  Size ranges from tabletop to over 12 feet high.  You harvest the tree and get help getting tree into/on vehicle.  Opens Friday after Thanksgiving until trees are sold (in 1-2 weeks)

Raises cattle and lambs on 65 acres.  Can purchase by the half/whole lamb or side/quarter steer.  

Both fields located just east of downtown North Bend along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River. 

The Dahlia Barn

Gardens at Dahlia Barn North Bend
Gardens at Dahlia Barn North Bend

Dahlias and perennials for your garden.  

Open weekends in April for barn sales.  Not just dahlias but many other perennials/bulbs for sun and shade.  

Gardens open September thru early October for flower festivals held every weekend.  

Self serve flower stand open daily late August through early October.

Located off Mt Si road in North Bend on the way to the Mt Si parking area.  Phone 425-888-2155.

Snoqualmie Valley Honey Farm

Honey from Snoqualmie Valley Honey Farm
Honey from Snoqualmie Valley Honey Farm

Creme honies.  Added fruit concentrates or spices to a barrel of honey and crystallizing to make spreadable like butter.  Fruit flavors include berries, citrus, peach, black cherry.  Spices include vanilla, rum, lavender, maple, ginger lemon.

Liquid pure honey flavors: Mt Rainier fireweed, Washington wildflower, Washington wild blackberry, clover, thistle

Farm is not open to the public.  Call, fax, or email orders.  Pick up large quantities by appointment at the farm.  Phone 425-888-9031.  email

Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm

Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm
Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm

5 types of Christmas trees available, you pick it out (either precut or you cut).  Hot cider and coffee at the register.

Gift shop sells Christmas ornaments, stockings, other Christmas gifts and cookies made at local bakery.  

At baling station, Christmas wreaths for sale.  

Located along the Snoqualmie River North Fork 4.2 miles from North Bend downtown.  Phone 425-888-1770.

Full Circle Farm

Feast on the Full Circle Farm
Feast on the Full Circle Farm

Organic farm on 5 acres.  Weekly organic produce boxes for pickup or delivery to your home.  Can also include artisan farm products like fresh eggs, dairy, pickled veggies, and jam.  

Farm tours available several times May through October. Also farm to fork seasonal dinners with farmer and chef.  

Located in Carnation not far from the Orenda Winery. Off Highway 203 south of town.  Phone 866-206-8080.  email:

Blue Dog Farm

Blue Dog Blueberry Farm
Blue Dog Blueberry Farm

U-pick organic blueberry farm.    Season generally opens in early July and runs through mid-August.  Members only can pick (cost around $25) at any time convenient to them dawn to dusk.  

Located in Carnation at 7125 W Snoqualmie Valley Road.  Phone 866-206-8080.  email:

Harvold Berry Farm

Harvold Berry Farm Red Raspberries
Harvold Berry Farm Red Raspberries

U-pick strawberries and raspberries.    This farm is u-pick only.  Strawberries are Puget Reliance and Puget Crimson.  Raspberries are Tulameen. 

Strawberry season is mid June to first week of July.  Raspberry season is early July to mid-August.  Raspberries are usually picked over early in the day.  

No pets in the fields.

Located in Carnation at 32325 NE 55th St in the center of Carnation just off Highway 202.  Phone 425-333-4185.  email:  Also on Facebook.

Oxbow Farm

Oxbow Farm October Festival
Oxbow Farm October Festival

240 acres of forest and farmland bordering the Snoqualmie River.  30 acre farm with farm stand and CSA program.

Open to public on second Saturday of each month May through August.  Family friendly activities, tours, food, and fun.  Family dinner on the farm one day in September.

October Fall Festival.  Hay rides, live music, kids farm tours on weekends in Oct.  Pumpkin patch and farm stand Thursday to Sunday.  

Located north of Carnation on Highway 202.  Phone 425-788-1134.