The Yakima Valley’s farm stands are your outdoor markets for the best farm-fresh flavors. With more than 3,000 farms, you’ll find the best the seasons have to offer from one end of the Valley to the other. Take a tour or two and head home with a fresh abundance you can’t find elsewhere in the Northwest. The Lower Valley farm stands dot the farmlands that extend from Wapato to Prosser. Check Out Farm-Fresh U-Pick Fun.
561 Ragan Road • Wapato, WA 98951
509-877-3193 • Learn More
Located just south of Yakima, nestled against the foothills, they’ve been part of the Valley’s agricultural traditions since 1907. They’re committed to delivering the most flavorful and unique produce grown in this beautiful corner of the world. Visit their farm stand as you begin your journey in the lower Yakima Valley.
4817 Lateral A Rd. • Wapato, WA 98951
509-877-2766 • imperialsgarden.com
The Imperial family came to the Yakima Valley from the Philippines in 1983. They put their agricultural education from home to work, creating a large family farming operation in Wapato. The expansive farm stand bursts with produce throughout the growing season, from fresh spring garlic and summer squashes to heirloom tomatoes, peppers, chiles, corn and more.
2020 Thacker Road • Granger, WA 98932
509-829-3002 • jonesfarmsinc.com
Jones Farm has been a family operation since 1946. They open the farm stand in Zillah in July when harvests are abundant. Find everything from sweet tree fruits, such as nectarines and peaches, as well as tomatoes, corn, squash, pumpkins and more. This is a must-visit on your farms stand tour of the Lower Yakima Valley.
2560 Donald Wapato Road • Wapato, WA 98951
509-952-4414 • hoptownpizza.com
The team at HopTown crafts authentic, wood-fired pizzas with reverence to the old ways. They’re dedicated to using ingredients from the source, right here in the Yakima and finish their pizzas with a sprinkle of hops on top! They’re house crafted Frisky Seester Cider pairs perfectly. Enjoy in their on their expansive yard and patio during your farm stand tour.
462 Knight Lane • Wapato, WA 98951
509-877-3677 • kruegerpeppergardens.weebly.com
They’ve been farming in the Valley since 1937 and proudly grow more than 100 varieties of hot and sweet peppers, as well as tomatoes, melons, squash, onions and much more. In addition to u-pick, their produce and specialty market offers even more, including gifts to share the flavors of the Valley. Gather your bounty and enjoy with tried-and-true family recipes on their website.
Cabernet Court • Prosser, WA 99350
Just off I-82, exit 80, Prosser Vintner’s Village is an established 32-acre site with meandering trails leading you to 10 unique wineries.
902 7th St. • Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-9174 • prosserfarmersmarket.com
Nestled in the heart of Yakima Valley Wine Country in Prosser’s quaint, charming downtown, enjoy this open air market and all the surrounding businesses on Saturday mornings. In addition to an abundance of local produce, you’ll also find cut flowers, plants, artisan foods, breads cheeses, cookies and pastries. Make it a night at the Historic Mercer Guest Suites.
74610 US Highway 97 • Wapato, WA 98951
509-865-5121 • Learn More
The Yakima Nation fruit stand was created in the early 1990s in Wapato to showcase the outstanding produce grown by the Yakima Nation Land Enterprise. In addition to a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, experience the culture and history of the Yakima Nation with artwork, artisan goods and beaded textiles.