Farmer's Market & Pick-Your-Own Guide for Snoqualmie Valley & Beyond

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By Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah-Sammamish Macaroni KID June 14, 2024

It's farmers market and pick-your-own time in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish region!

We love supporting our local farmers and buying locally-grown produce and goods. Plus, it's fun for the whole family to visit a pick-your-own (PYO) farm or a farmers market in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish.

Here are four things to note before heading out to farmers markets or PYO farms in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish:

  • Pick-your-own farms can sometimes change hours on short notice dependent on weather, produce availability, and other factors. It's best to call ahead to make sure pick-your-own is available that day. Prices can also change from day to day.
  • Bring your own containers or bags to avoid any extra charges! 
  • Bring cash, as some Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish farmer market stands and pick-your-own farms don't take credit cards.
  • Some farmer markets and pick-your-own farms in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish might have rules or requests in place due to COVID. Please check their websites or social media sites before heading out!

Here are the details on Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish farmers markets and pick-your-own farms:

Farmers Markets in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish

Farmers markets in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish typically open for the season in Spring and Summer. Here are Farmers Markets in Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Sammamish:


When: Saturdays, May - September , Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  

What: Visit the Issaquah Farmer’s Market for a fresh experience. The market hosts 4,500 shoppers on a busy summer Saturday, so this market is no snooze fest. Shoppers will find a long list of edibles, collectibles and entertainment including fruits and vegetables, baked goods, food trucks, fresh flowers, multiple performance artists, crafts, and more.

Where: Pickering Barn

More information: Link to website and Facebook page


When: May through October  Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Rain or Shine.

What: Expect plenty of fun for the whole family at the Eastside’s oldest farmer’s market. Listen to live bands every Saturday. Find one-of-a-kind gifts made by local artisans. Zany zucchini races, hula dancers, free make n' take crafts for kids, celebrating veterans, Kids Day, and pet parades are just some of the fun in store for this season! Check the events calendar for details.

Where: Leary Way

More information: Link to website  


When: May through September, Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rain or shine!

What: Fun for family and friends, the Sammamish Farmer’s market offers farm fresh produce, plant starts, dairy and grass-fed beef, along with products from local beekeepers, crafts, prepared foods and more! Check the market events calendar for weekly entertainment offerings. Kids can participate in the “Color the Cow” coloring contest. Turn in entries any week on market day, and receive a special stamp as a prize.

Where: Sammamish Commons

More information: Link to website or FB page


When: June thru September  Thursdays from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rain or shine!

What: Taste the freshness. Meet local farmers, and find a fantastic selection of seasonal, locally grown items. Vendors offer fresh produce, berries, honey, flowers, and botanicals, baked goods, delicious prepared foods, unique handcrafted goods, and more. Bring a lawn chair or a picnic blanket and enjoy the summer sounds with the music in the park series. Live entertainment begins at 6:00 p.m. each week.

Where: Si View Park

More information: Link to website or FB page


When: May through mid-October, Thursdays from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Rain or shine!

What: The Duvall Farmer’s Market presents live performances each week for “Music at the Market.” Grab some meat pies or pizza for dinner and some flourless goodies or Georgia’s baked goods for dessert! Discover beautiful fresh flowers and plant starts for the garden. Then, pick up some farm-fresh produce, cheese, butter, or meats to take home. Kids will find fun hands-on crafts and more at the children’s booth.

Where: Taylor Landing

More information: Link to website and FB page or Cherry Valley MacaroniKID

Pick-Your-Own Farms in Snoqualmie Valley & beyond

Pick-your-own farms in Snoqualmie Valley  & Surrounding areas are fun for both kids and adults! PYO is a great family afternoon outing in Snoqualmie Valley. Here are some Snoqualmie Valley area farms that offer PYO:

Here is a list of some of our favorite local places to pick your own berries:

Blue Dog Farm | 7125 W. Snoqualmie Valley Road, Carnation

Bybee Farms | 42930 SE 92nd St, North Bend

Cottage Gardens Blueberry Farm | 14510 Kelly Road NE, Duvall

Harvold Berry Farm | 5207 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE, Carnation

Henna Blueberry Farm | 1800 Fall City Carnation Rd SE, Fall City

  • Ten varieties of blueberries, u-pick or pre-picked
  • 425.806.2751 (weekdays) or 206.605.4420 (weekends) / @hennablueberryfarm / Facebook /Insta

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm | 700 148th Ave. SE, Bellevue

  • U-pick and pre-picked blueberries
  • 425-499-5322 / Facebook 

Pine Lake Blueberry Farm | 21509 SE 28th Lane, Sammamish

Remlinger Farms | 32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation

Do you have a favorite spot to take your family for pick-your-own in Snoqualmie Valley & Beyond that you don't see listed here? Let me know by email and we'll add it to our list!

Name of Farm

What: What you can pick there

When: When the picking season typically is (exact dates likely not available, but can base on prior years' info, or a quick call to the farm)

Where: Location

More information: Link to website, FB page or phone number

published 2022