With more than 40 commercial crops are grown in the sunny, fertile Yakima Valley, farm fresh produce is within reach nearly year-round. The Yakima Valley has the largest variety of produce in the Pacific Northwest.
Don't forget to make your first stop the Yakima Valley Visitor Information Center where you can find more information and plan your stops with one of our travel consultants.
As you arrive, stock up on just-picked produce and more at in-town farm stands ? Precision Produce & Antiques, McIlrath Family Farms and Thompson's Farm Market. Visit Thompson's Farm in the fall for the Pumpkin Festival.
1209 Pecks Canyon Road • Yakima, WA 98908
509-966-1275 • fruitplace.com
Pick your own tree-ripened cherries in season or simply shop their quaint store for other freshly harvested fruits through the seasons, as well as specialty foods, gifts and unique d?r all year. Don't miss the Cherry Festival in summer and October Days in the fall!
4508 Main St, Union Gap • Union Gap, WA 98903
509-457-8735 • centralwaagmuseum.org
If history's your thing, stroll through 15 acres of vintage and restored farm equipment at the Central Washington Agricultural Museum.
2710 Terrace Hts Dr • Yakima, WA 98901
509-452-8100 • provisionsyakima.com
Enjoy an evening of from-scratch, chef-inspired cuisine. Provisions features casual favorite pastas, burgers and pizzas and creative fresh sheet specials rotating with the seasons.
Make a night of it at one of the Yakima Valley's craft breweries or Downtown Yakima winery tasting rooms and toast to wine grape and hop harvests! You'll likely find live music! Our breweries are family friendly!
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Get a good night's rest at your local Yakima hotel!
4 N 3rd St • Yakima, WA 98901
509-575-5570 • cowichecreekbrewing.com
Find the perfect morning bite, from artisan pastries to breakfast sandwiches and hearty oatmeal, along with coffee, espresso and a collection of teas.
11901 Zier Rd • Yakima, WA 98908
509-945-5406 • westvalleyupick.com
Hand-harvest all season long! Pick everything from blueberries, marionberries and cherries to pluots, peaches, apples and pears ? and more! In the fall, press your own cider.
4906 Summitview Ave • Yakima, WA 98908
509-966-7479 • johnsonorchardsfruit.com
Take home one of everyone's favorite handmade pies and pick up produce and other locally made goods, such as caramels, candles and more.
Hang out at the Yakima Valley's family friendly breweries and grab a casual lunch from local food trucks. Check for updates about trucks on rotation on their social media.
320 Wine Country Road • Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-2055 • chukar.com
Make a delicious stop for Chukar Cherries delectable treats, handcrafted using locally and regionally sourced fruit. Pick up signature dried cherries, nuts, chocolates and more.
202 E Yakima Ave • Yakima, WA 98901
509-457-2007 • cowichecanyon.com
Enjoy a leisurely bite at this polished American tavern serving updated classics for the Pacific Northwest.
14 South First Street • Yakima, WA 98901
509-961-2055 • downtownyakimafarmersmarket.com
Stroll and shop locally grown produce, flowers, specialty foods and handmade artisan goods at the farmers market May through October.
101 N Fair Ave • Yakima, WA 98901
On your way home, stop at the Yakima Valley Visitor Information Center to grab Yakima themed gifts.
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