Blueberry season is in full swing, and Bow Hill Farm is ready for a bountiful season. The oldest blueberry farm in Skagit Valley offers you-pick berries beginning in mid-July and running most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the season, which usually lasts through mid-September.
Established in 1947, the farm transitioned into new ownership in 2011, and it is family-run, with all members taking part in the business. Aside from you-pick berries, they also sell a variety of products both on-site and online, including pickled and dried blueberries, jams, vinegars and cold-pressed juices.
This summer, Bow Hill has many exciting events lined up. In addition to giving tours of the farm and posting new recipes on their blog, they are planning to host a chef’s dinner on August 5. Watch their website for details.
If you’re ready to stain your fingers blue and stuff your stomach full of these organically grown superfoods, visit Bow Hill’s website at bowhillblueberries.com.
Bow is about 1.5 hours north of Seattle; plan your trip to Skagit Valley, Washington, at visitskagitvalley.com.