Farm Premises: 300-acre farm, 5-acre homestead with 100+ year old home, barn, and hen house. “Great Pumpkin Patch” located on the south side of State Route 536
Learn While Touring These Premises: Meet Farmer Steve and let him educate you on farming with the Schuh’s. Find out how he now sells everything he grows himself. Participants receive a free hot corn on the-cob! Head to the animal areas and meet the FFA students to inform you on the local farm animals.
Food ($): Hot roasted corn on the cob, chili, ice cream, espresso, hot apple cider, fresh pies.
Retail($): Retail barn featuring fresh produce, flowers, seasonal pies, jams, syrups, gourmet foods and local pickles. Artisan cheeses, and butter. Gourds, pumpkins, cornstalks, and fall plants. Great fall and Halloween merchandise.
Free Samples: Seasonal vegetables, fruit and beverages.
15565 State Route 536
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
From I-5 exit 226 (Kincaid St.) go west. Turn right onto S. 3rd St., stay in center lane. Straight through light at 1st St., over Skagit River Bridge, road becomes State Route 536. Drive 3 miles, farm is on right and left hand side. Ample parking on the south side.
Miles Off of I-5: 5
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