Celebrate 26 years with us

October 5th & 6th, 2024, 10am to 4pm


Tons of kids activities! Bring your whole family!

Visitors learning about alpacas

Wondering What to Expect?

Here is what previous festival visitors have to say.

"Thank you for opening up your farm, heart to all of us city folk."
"It was great to find out all the farm offering that Skagit Valley offers to the public, great quality and great people. Loved it and will be back every year!"
"I really like attending every year! I learn something new every time and enjoy seeing where the food I buy comes from."
"Always love the selection of the best produce."
"Don’t change a thing. Meeting the farmers and learning about our food is an opportunity I wouldn’t want to miss."
"We love coming each year, always something new to learn and see."
"Love the live music and the samples."
"Beautiful places, I know I want to help preserve Skagit Valley for the future."
"Love how you share your time and farm with us and give us the chance to learn of your hard work on the beautiful farms."
"GREAT EXPERIENCE- wagon tour and excellent farm and animal displays the kids don’t want to leave."
"Thank you, Thank you, Thank you I love that you open your homestead to us."
"Very informative and helpful, keep this going I will be back every year."
"I like experiencing life on the farm and getting lots of goodies to take home."
"We look forward to this every year and love it."
"Excellent variety of animals and produce. We learned and saw so much, Thank you."
“We love it and come every year!” ~

Feel free to contact us and share your experience at the Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms

Don’t forget to bring your camera and boots to come play on the farms.

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