These Grays Harbor farmers sell their products directly to the public. Information courtesy of Washington State University’s Grays Harbor County Extension. For WSU’s complete printed guide and map (which also includes farms in Elma, Oakville and beyond), contact the Extension office at 360-482-2934 or visit www.graysharbor.wsu.edu.
Brady’s Oysters Inc.
Oysters grown on suspended culture. We sell shucked and smoked oysters, live and cooked crab, fresh fish, shrimp, prawns, razor clams, smoked salmon. Tours and video available. Annual Oyster Feed on the second Saturday in September. Open seven days a week: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in summer, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in winter. Take State Route 105 west from Aberdeen; we are just past the Elk River Bridge on the right.
We pick or you pick a variety of vegetables and flowers. Horse boarding facility with hay, pasture and training available. Open year-round; call for hours. Delivery available. North on Wynoochee Valley Road 2.5 miles, then turn left on Geissler Road approximately three-quarters of a mile; it’s the second place on the right.
Hidden River Farm
Evan Mulvaney and Lucia Wyss
627 Wynoochee Valley Road, Montesano
Organic grain and livestock operation run by young farmers on a historic dairy farm. Our grain operation draws on a long history of wheat, peas and barley being grown in Western Washington before the Columbia Basin irrigation project. We raise heritage breeds of pig on pasture in the summer, and we are committed to organic grains and sustainable nutrient cycling.
Lytle Seafoods Oyster Shack
Oysters grown by suspended culture in the north bay of Grays Harbor. We offer oysters smoked, shucked and in the shell. Copper River salmon direct from owner/fisherman and a wide variety of seafood, fresh, frozen and smoked. Open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Six miles west of Hoquiam on State Route 109 toward Ocean Shores.
Farm fresh vegetables, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, beans, pickling cucumbers (we pick or you pick), dahlia flowers and tubers for planting. Yakima fruits in season; hanging baskets, Japanese maple trees. Pumpkin patch and corn maze starting Oct. 1 every year. Jams, jellies, preserves, pickled vegetables, dressings, etc., available for purchase. Spring hours begin May 15 for vegetable starts, dahlia tubers, weekends only. Summer hours are Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. From U.S. 12 heading east, turn left on West Wynooche Road, go 2.5 miles and turn right on Geissler Road. Farm is a half-mile down on the left.
Sky Island Farm
Produce, microgreens, cut flowers and nursery stock. We use only organic methods. When the holidays come around, we sell handcrafted artisan wreaths, garlands and centerpieces. Open to the public by appointment.
Wynoochee River Winery and Gardens
Wines produced from quality fruits and berries, many which are sourced from the local area and farm. Berry plants, and potted flowers and vegetable starts are available to purchase during the summer months. Open Wednesday through Sunday 1 to 7 p.m., or by appointment.
Wynoochee Valley Meats
Custom cutting full-service meat shop, from pasture to freezer we can take care of all your needs. We raise sem/angus cross cattle that we sell in quarter, half or whole sides. All natural grass-fed. Also offering natural grain-fed pork by half or whole. We raise cow/calf pairs, replacement heifers and steers as well. Visit our shop or call to schedule services.
Wynoochee Windmill Farm
John & Terry Stevenson
1381 Wynoochee Valley Road, Montesano
Custom hanging baskets and vegetable starts, including 50 tomato varieties, many from locally grown seed for better results.
19 Robertson School Road, Hoquiam
Organic practices used, fresh vegetables and blueberries available April through September. You pick or we pick. Call or email for times and selection. Located 8 miles north of Ocean Beach Road.
Dale’s Lavender Valley
Fresh lavender in bloom available July through August, you pick or we pick. Lavender wands and other arrangements. Also hosts annual Lavender Festival, set for July 20-21 this year. Drive to mile marker 8 on Ocean Beach Road and look for signs.
994 South Bank Road, Oakville
Over 500 varieties of dahlias, cut flowers and tubers. Open Aug. 1 until the first frost. From Elma, take U.S. 12 east to Porter and turn right onto Porter Creek Road West. Then go half a mile and turn left onto South Bank Road.
Ida M’s Blueberry Row
2262 Ocean Beach Road, Copalis Crossing
Season is generally July through September. We supply buckets for picking. Berries are free, but you must pick a gallon for me to get your gallon free. We advise you to bring water, sunhat, sunblock and a picnic lunch. We are 14 miles west of U.S. 101, on the way to Seabrook. Open 10 a.m. Sunday through Tuesday, or by appointment.
Monte and Loni Hooper
6 John Wayne Lane, Aberdeen
Over 300 varieties of daylilies. Potted Oriental (fragrant) and Asiatic lilies, perennials and unique plants. Bouquets, fresh produce, retail garden/gift shop/antiques. Lily bulbs available in fall. Open Thursdays through Sundays from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are 9 miles west of Grays Harbor College on U.S. 105. Look for signs just past Arbor Road.
Randall Street Garden Produce
1015 Randall St., Aberdeen
Naturally grown seasonal vegetables, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, cut flowers and honey. Farm stand is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or by appointment, half a block east of B Street on Randall Street. Look for the green fence posts, a rowboat garden, and the white house with blue trim. Perennial and annual bedding plants and herbs. Farm is open Fridays through Sundays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., through June 23. Visitors also welcome by appointment. Call to check availability of garlic, fresh-cut flowers and vegetables later in the season. Located 9 miles up the Wynoochee Valley Road, just before the Wishkah cutoff.
239 Brady Loop Road E., Montesano
You-pick pumpkins of all sizes, squash, gourds, sweet corn and fall decor. Many varieties of sweet corn. Large corn maze and free hay maze for kids. Open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in September and October. South off U.S. 12 at Brady exit, then turn left at the T and go 1.5 miles. Gravel driveway on left.
Hockett Family Christmas Trees
Timberview Lane, Montesano
Noble, grand and Douglas fir trees. You select, we cut. Some pre-cut trees available. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., starting the day after Thanksgiving. From U.S. 12 between Aberdeen and Montesano, turn south on Timberview Lane.
KC’s Christmas Tree Farm
950 State Route 105, Aberdeen
Danish Noble trees and boughs; larger trees available. You choose and we cut, or you cut. Open Friday to Sunday from day after Thanksgiving until Christmas. Hours are 10 a.m. to dusk. We are 7 miles west of Aberdeen on State Route 105 toward Westport, across from O’Leary Creek Rd.
Kurt and Lynn Lubbe
211 Brady Loop Road E., Montesano
Yellow Finnish potatoes available from Oct. 15 until sold out (around Christmas). Open daily in season, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. South off U.S. 12 at Brady exit, then turn left at the T and go 1 mile. Large warehouse on left.