The Yakima Valley's farm stands are your outdoor markets for the best farm-fresh flavors. With more than 3,000 farms, you'll find the best the seasons have to offer from one end of the Valley to the other. Take a tour or two and head home with a fresh abundance you can't find elsewhere in the Northwest. The Upper Valley farm stands dot the farmlands that extend from Naches to Yakima. Check out Lower Valley Farm Stands and Farmers Markets or Check Out Farm-Fresh U-Pick Fun.
Don't forget to make your first stop the Yakima Valley Visitor Information Center where you can find more information and plan your trip with one of our travel consultants.
2811 South 74th Avenue • Yakima, WA 98903
509-731-4094 • ahtanumberrypatch.com
This fifth-generation fruit and produce farm and bakeshop was born of a childhood dream. In addition to thorn-less blackberries, red, gold and black raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries and rhubarb, you'll find premium desserts featuring wholesome, natural ingredients and berries picked just at the peak of flavor.
14 South First Street • Yakima, WA 98901
509-961-2055 • downtownyakimafarmersmarket.com
Be sure to leave time for a stop at the farmers market in the heart of downtown Yakima on Sunday mornings. They're dedicated to providing only fruits, vegetables and artisan goods directly from local and regional producers. Visit for a taste of the Valley, with local, seasonal produce, handcrafted goods and artisan products.
4906 Summitview Ave • Yakima, WA 98908
509-966-7479 • johnsonorchardsfruit.com
Farming since 1904, Johnson Orchards produce stand is located right in the city of Yakima. In addition to a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, you'll find a wide variety of locally made artisan foods and goods. They're especially known for their bake shop treats such as their delicious pies.
5703 Tieton Dr, Yakima • Yakima, WA 98908
509-426-2043 • publichouseofyakima.com
This is your stop to sample craft brews, ciders and wines from the Yakima Valley and the Northwest. In addition to 60 taps celebrating our craft beverage culture, you'll find a great menu of pizzas and other delicious treats. Hang out on the newly expanded patio with additional seating, corn hole and bocce ball.
10 Old Naches Hwy. • Yakima, WA 98908
509-480-2676 • mcilrathfarms.com
The McIlrath family began farming in the Yakima Valley in 1976. With more than 300 acres in production, McIlrath Farms now grows more than 10 varieties of apples, pears certified organic cherries, peaches, pluots and strawberries. You'll also find locally grown in-season vegetables, colorful hanging baskets locally made artisan goods!
101 E Selah Rd • Selah, WA 98901
509-457-5963 • Learn More
Conveniently located as you approach Yakima on I-82 from the west, this farm stand is a long-time favorite. In addition to produce throughout the growing season, pick up local wine, signature foods such as candies, jams, preserves and pickles, and artisan goods. It's a favorite destination for antique lovers.
9950 US-12 • Naches, WA 98937
509-653-2589 • fruitplace.com
Be sure to check their website for seasonal u-pick availability! But, don't miss the produce stand in Naches where you'll find all the farm-fresh fruits you want! This multi-generational farm provides a great on-the-farm experience but sells most of their fruit at the farm stand, along with a variety of local and regional artisan goods.
5629 Summitview Ave • Yakima, WA 98908
509-965-5830 • inklingsbookshop.com
Independent bookstores might be falling by the wayside in a lot of places, but Yakima is home to a quintessential, independent bookstore complete with all the quaint and quirky characteristics you expect. In addition to the latest (and past) titles attested to by aficionados of every genre, find unique gifts, games, puzzles, journals and artisan craft goods throughout the store.
1209 Pecks Canyon Road • Yakima, WA 98908
509-966-1275 • fruitplace.com
This is far more than a farm stand. The sixth generation farm harvests cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, apples and pears to sell at the “red barn” in Yakima. The quaint shop also offers a wide array of décor, locally made ice cream, candles, artisan foods, cheeses and more. Plan ahead for u-pick cherries in the spring.
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