From berries to blues, fairs to ’50s sock hops and lots more in between, there’s no slowing down when it comes to Summertime fun in WA! Here are some of our favorite adventures this weekend.
Raspberries love the climate and soil of the Pacific Northwest! If you’ve got a hankering for raspberries, grab your bucket and your kids and get pickin’! Here are some of our favorite spots.
The Fourth may be over by Saturday, but summer fun has just begun! Head to more firework displays, festivals, art shows, marketplaces and farmland excitement for you and the kids! It’s all just a car ride away.
Washington is the largest supplier of cherries in the United States, and exports them to places like China, Korea, Australia, Brazil and Japan. July is the perfect month for picking this gorgeous (and tasty) Washington fruit! Here are some of our favorite u-pick spots.
A Washington state herb farm that was forced to lay off more than 200 illegal immigrants because of a government audit rehired dozens of those workers, paid them cash and asked them to work at night because production began to drop, according to court documents filed Monday.
If your city kids want a chance to visit a real farm with animals and plenty of room for running around, just outside Seattle you’ll find fun, friendly farms with tons of hands-on experiences and adventures for the whole family.
Just because it’s wintertime, doesn’t mean you can’t get farm-fresh produce, organic meats, eggs and baked goods. Here are some of our favorite year-round farmer’s markets.
Come out to Stocker Farms, go through the corn maze, pick out your pumpkin, and help tigers and bears at Woodland Park Zoo!
Fall is here! Time for pumpkins, corn mazes, costumes and spooky fun! Here are some places where you can take the kids to celebrate harvest time!
According to the Washington State Apple Commission, the 2011-2012 apple crop in the state could be the third largest ever! That means those dreamy thoughts of apple pie, caramel apples and apple cider can come true! Here are some of the places you can go to pick your own Washington apples, and you don’t have to venture too far from Seattle.