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Cascade Farmlands is a non-profit organization representing and promoting culinary/ag-tourism in North Central Washington. Our mission is to provide marketing, promotions, events and education for Chelan and Douglas county culinary/ag tourist destinations and businesses. We print 75,000 driving maps annually that bring visitors to our region and reach out to the Pacific Northwest and nationally through advertising, editorial content, social and digital media campaigns.
Stutzman Ranch Farm Stand is open daily June through October for U-Pick Fruit in season. Every Sunday in October there is a Pumpkin Cannon.
What they grow and offer – dates will follow:
Dates are all subject to change as the weather and growing conditions change.
No pets please
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Bountiful Fruit is Wenatchee’s Stemilt Growers outlet store. Bountiful Fruit is famous for their premier apples, pears, cherries, local vegetables, famous desserts, and elegant gift packages. Bountiful fruit is open year round.
Cashmere Cider Mill serves International award winning artisan cider blends – Non Alcoholic or New English Hard Ciders.
CRM Orchards / Miller Orchards is open seasonally and celebrating over 100 years as a family farm, CRM / Miller Orchards offer a large selection of Heirloom, Asian, Mexican, and European vegetables.
Estes Orchard & Fruit Stand is open daily May through October. Fresh fruits and vegetables of the season, large selection of jams, honey, pickles, and other jarred goodies.
Feil “1908” Family Orchard features a Walkup, Open Air Fruit Stand with boulevard parking next to Highway 97/2. Feil Orchards features hundreds of fruit varieties including Heirloom Apples, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Pluots and Apriums, Sweet and Tart Cherries, Quince, and Garden Tomatoes all picked and ready for you in season.
First Fruits Produce features multiple varieties of Cherries, Apricots, Peaches, Nectarines, Apples, Plums, Pluots, Apriums, Table Grapes, Blueberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, and Garden Vegetables. Cider is also available.
Lone Pine Fruit & Espresso is a fully enclosed fruit stand offers seasonal U-Pick Apples, locally grown produce, jams, sauces, and honey. Open year round, serving Blue Star Coffee Roasters, Pie, Baked Goods, and Ice Cream.
Prey’s Fruit Barn is open Memorial Day Weekend through November. Fresh fruit and vegetables of the season as well as honey, jams, pickled hams, fresh ciders, and gifts.
Royal Produce is a small, local, family business featuring fresh local fruit and vegetables as well as tropical fruits and different types of salsas.
Tiny’s Organic is a family owned organic farm offering local, fresh, and organic fruit and vegetables.
Trader John’s is open May through October. Located in the small town of Entiat and right on Highway 97-A, enjoy some fresh fruit and vegetables all picked in season for your enjoyment.
White Trail Produce Farm Market offers the bounty of the Quincy Valley. The store opens in April to coincide with the beginning the local asparagus harvest and closes in October at the end of the pumpkin and apple harvest. In between, the store offers a cornucopia of produce, including tomatoes, lettuce, grapes, cherries, peaches, plums, onions, corn, potatoes, carrots, beans, peas, squash, cantaloupes, watermelon, and much more.