Fresh Finds at These 5 Vancouver Farm Stands

The Gorge fruit loop is great and all, but everyone in Clark County knows you don’t have to cross the river to savor farm fresh flavors. With a thriving local farm community, you can simply order online, swing by a roadside stand, or plan ahead for those limited seasonal favorites. Want fresh roasted chestnuts in winter? We’ve got that here. Artisan chevre? Got that, too. And in the springtime: fresh bouquets, organic produce and locally crafted sauces. Yep, it’s all here in Southwest Washington, and it’s worth the drive. So pack your picnic basket but leave ample room for fresh additions. Here’s your 2024 farm guide for local families.

Botany Bay Farm

Courtesy of Botany Bay Farm

Botany Bay is your Clark County destination for “truly pasture raised meats.” Lamb, poultry, beef, pork, eggs and more. If you’re planning to grill in the sunshiney weather, start here. Choose home delivery or pick up your online order at the farm stand. All meat is raised using holistic and family-friendly farming practices without synthetic hormones or chemical pesticides.

Conway Family Farm

Courtesy of Conway Family Farm

The Conway Family Farm is your home for goats, gardens and goodness. If farm-exclusive cheeses catch your attention, stop here. Plus, there’s goat milk-based gelato in summer. The farmstand is an honor-based DIY open year round, so check in regularly for seasonal goodies.


Get to Gather Farm

Courtesy of Get to Gather Farm

Open Saturdays year round, and Friday through Sunday in the summer, Get to Gather Farm is a Washougal favorite. If Peach Huckleberry pie was on your eating list, the winter store stocks pies from Sweet Things by Baldi, in Bingen WA and gift like fresh wreaths, too. Don’t miss seasonal events shared on their website such as farm tours or planning your favorite picnic spot. This extensively stocked farm store has so much to sample!

Kestrel Cascadia Farm & Creamery

Courtesy of Kestral Cascadia Farm & Creamery

Kestrel Cascadia is a working farm and creamery, quickly soaring in popularity and popping up at local restaurants all around the area. Going through a rapid expansion, the best place to get your fresh chevre may be to arrange an on-farm pickup. Products are updated seasonally, but think VAT (low-temp) pasteurized milk, plain chevre and honey chevre. While farm tours aren’t currently listed, the creamery’s social media is basically filled with puppies and baby goats for spring — so it’s a can’t miss follow. Pro tip: Kestrel is currently only licensed in Washington, so for now, Portland locals will have to make the trip north.

Thiselle Creek Farm

Courtesy of Thiselle Creek Farm

Known for slow living and cultivating harmony, Thiselle Creek Farms is your wholesome destination for all things farmlife. The farm stand is open Friday-Sunday featuring both Thiselle goods and other local artisans. Make a picnic and add a visit to Moulton Falls nearby, or sign up for a summer workshop such as beekeeping. If you simply want to buy some honey or pastured pork, they have that too, check for seasonal availability.


Honorable Mentions

With an abundance of local growers and producers in Clark County, there’s too many to mention at once. Here are some honorable mentions worth a visit too!
Barn Dog Flower Farmstand
Battle Ground Blooms
Brush Prarie Farms
Dilish Farms
Gather and Feast Farmstand
Half Moon Farms
Preserving the Harvest
Red Truck Farm
Tillie’s Acres Farm Stand
Windy Ridge Tree Farm Farmstand

Kate Hagan Gallup
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