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Sequim Summer Travel Guide 2016

Dungeness Valley Adventures Await You in Sequim!

Your guide to all things blooming in Clallam County

Organic Farms, Wildlife, Nature Hikes, Parks, Local Art

Mark your calendars!

Enjoy Beautiful Botanical Wonders!

Delight the senses by celebrating the largest lavender event in North America!

Visit any of the fifteen beautiful lavender farms on tour!

Enjoy FREE Farm Tours & a fabulous Street Fair in downtown Sequim! A photographer’s dream that guarantees FUN for EVERYONE!

Photo Courtesy © Roma Emilio

Jardin du Soleil - Source

Open daily through the summer months, enchanting Jardin du Soleil is located on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula four miles north of “sunny” Sequim, Wa. You will find this lavender farm picturesque even after the blooming season has ended! Beautifully packaged gift items can be found inside the shop filled with amazing scents. Check out their live music schedule on Friday nights, and stop in during the month of July to experience the air flourishing with fragrant Lavender. Because Lavender is such a versatile herb for cooking, culinary products and treats can be found. Treat yourself to some lavender/raspberry gelato and try out one of their recipes below:



2 lbs sweet potatoes 1/4 lb (1 stick) unsalted butter, melted 1/4 c. fresh lime juice 1/2 tsp crushed Certified Organic Jardin du Soleil Culinary Lavender* Sea salt and freshly ground pepper Chopped fresh cilantro leaves Grated zest of one lime

This may be made up to 2 days ahead and refrigerated. Reheat in a microwave for 1 minute before serving.

1)Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 2)Prick the sweet potatoes several times with a fork. Place on a foil-lined baking sheet and bake for 1 hour, or until very soft. Set aside until cool enough to handle. 3)Scoop the flesh into a bowl; discard the skins. 4)Using a blender or food processor, blend until smooth. 5)Stir in butter, lime juice, and lavender. 6)Season with salt and pepper to taste. 7)Top with cilantro and lime zest, and serve.

*Lavender can be finely ground in a spice grinder or in a thoroughly cleaned coffee grinder.

Photos Courtesy © Jardin du Soleil

Photo Courtesy ©Purple Haze Lavender Farm

Purple Haze Lavender Farm – Source

Purple Haze Lavender Farm is open during the Lavender Festival. The barn includes a wonderful shop featuring unique and charming gift ideas. You’ll find delicious garden treats served such as lavender salmon, lavender lemonade and lavender ice cream seasonally! Enjoy the music, food, lavender and grand photo opportunities! They have a nice selection of lavender, poppies, sunflowers as well as peacocks.

Photo © Daniel Jolly, Clear Image Photography

PURPLE HAZE DAZE!! July 15, 16, & 17, 2016

Join us for our 20th Anniversary Celebration with 3 days of music, food, lavender & love! Advanced tickets $10.00 plus receive a $5.00 off coupon! Click Here for more info!

Photos Courtesy ©Purple Haze Lavender Farm

“Olson Family” Photo Courtesy ©Lavender Connection

The Lavender Connection - Source

Visit the Farm July 4th - Labor Day! Admission to the Farm is FREE all summer long!

Located in the lowlands of the north end of the Dungeness Valley on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, The Lavender Connection is situated on a 5 ½ acre farm complete with a rustic, old barn in the background. The delightful owners pride themselves with showcasing more than 2,500 lavender plants which includes more than 20 varieties available for U-Cut. Visit the Corner Store to explore the selection of lovely handmade lavender products. You will even find lavender products for pets! Experiment with different essential oils to make your own lavender room spray and stop by and watch the distilling process of lavender essential oil. The Lavender Connection is pet friendly - just make sure your dog is well behaved and leashed.

Photos Courtesy ©Lavender Connection

Photo Courtesy ©Graysmarsh Berry Farm

Graysmarsh Berry Farm - Source

Bursting with sweet, juicy berries of every flavor, Graysmarsh Farm resides on the luscious soil of the Sequim Prairie below the Olympic Mountains, next to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. On this 1000 acre farm you will find blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, loganberries, thornless blackberries and lavender. Bring your kids and their buckets out to enjoy a fun place to spend the day and enjoy the stunning views and photo ops of this beautiful U-Pick berry farm.

U-Pick open during the Summer

Monday through Saturday 8 to 4 • Sunday 10 to 4

Call (360)683-5563 during the summer for the latest recorded U-Pick information.

They provide picking boxes. U-pick or purchase pre-picked ripe berries in season. This is a pet-free farm. Your pets will have to stay in the car if you care to still bring them.

Be sure to pick up some of the delicious preserves during your visit.

Photo Courtesy ©Dungeness Valley Creamery

Dungeness Valley Creamery - Source

The Dungeness Valley Creamery is an outstanding family owned and operated raw milk dairy farm, located in Sequim, WA. Priding themselves with painstakingly clean and sanitary conditions that customers can find, they provide the highest quality wholesome and pure natural food choices throughout Western Washington.

Mission Statement:

"The Dungeness Valley Creamery, a family owned and operated business, exists to honor God through preserving good stewardship of land and cattle. We strive to offer wholesome raw dairy products and a nostalgic ambiance to enhance our community’s health, well-being and life."

Please visit the website to learn more about the farm, thier wonderful products, and about the many benefits of raw milk.

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