LOCAL FARMS & AGRITOURISM
VISIT OUR LOCAL FARMS
The buzz word is “Agritourism,” but here on the Plateau it’s who we are and what we do. It’s our history and heritage. Dairy is the second-largest agricultural commodity produced in Washington. Washington ranks 10th in total milk production and fourth in milk production per cow among the 50 United States. Enumclaw is home to a large number of working dairy farms. Enumclaw is also home to a number of smaller working farms.
Cruise around and you’ll find goats, hogs, chickens, sheep, alpacas – there’s even a worm farm here. Summer is berry season, especially blueberries. In the fall, bring the kids to the pumpkin patch or roam through a corn maze. And, in December, pick up a Christmas tree at any number of U-cut farms in the area.
Local produce, eggs, honey and grass-fed beef are sold at a variety of roadside stands, shops and farms. There is also a farmers market, Enumclaw Plateau Farmer's Market.