Largest Variety of Produce in the Pacific Northwest

With more than 40 Commercial Crops, the Yakima Valley has the Largest Variety of Fresh Grown Produce in the Pacific Northwest.

Upcoming Farm Fresh Fun Events

Farm Fresh Fun in the Yakima Valley

Taste What We Grow

More than 40 commercial crops are grown in the sunny, fertile Yakima Valley, farm fresh produce is within reach nearly year-round. 75% of the nationís hops thrive in the Yakima Valley. The valley is the predominant source for wine grapes and tree fruit, making Yakima Valley the freshest destination for craft beverage tasting in the Pacific Northwest.

Fresh U-Pick Produce

Enjoy a day on the farm soaking in the famous Yakima Valley sunshine, working along side the farmer, picking your own fruit and produce, petting the farm animals or participating in one of our many local farm festivals. The pace is relaxed and the people are friendly.

Fresh Produce Map

Find out what fresh fruit and produce is in season during your visit by utlizing our interactive Fresh Produce Farm Map.

Farmers' Markets

Yakima Valley has the most varieties of fresh produce in the Pacific Northwest. The irrigated high desert region with volcanic soil is prime for agricultural growing. Farm stands and farmers' markets bring the freshest fruits and produce to the visitor. Meet the farmers and bring home fresh Yakima Valley bounty today.

Dog-Friendly Farms

Traveling with the family often includes our K-9 family members and in the Yakima Valley many of our farms, hotels, wineries and attractions are dog-friendly. In fact, we have so many fun places to visit with your pooch that we created a fun website to guide you through your Yakima Valley adventure. Check out our listings of pet-friendly locations, their pet policies, our "doggie bloggie" and more at

Craft Beverage Mecca

In addition to visiting our family farms, taste the difference of the Yakima Valley's agricultural bounty in a variety of experiences in Yakima Valley Wine Country and on the Spirits and Hops Trail.



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