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Fall Season

Fall in Mount Vernon is a season to experience. Come for the Festival of Family Farms and historic barn tour, explore historic downtown and the nearby waterfront park. Wineries and breweries, featuring local fruits and malts, welcome visitors any time of year. On the eastern edge of the county along a magnificent stretch of highway are the North Cascade Mountains where hikers can discover 50 miles of trails. Check out our list of activities for each season!

 

U-Pick Pumpkins 

Lucky for us, we’re surrounded by family farms offering U-pick pumpkins. Here are a few of our favorites.

 

 

 

 

 

Skagit River Salmon Festival

September 12, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m
The event will be a FREE, fun-filled experience for families featuring youth activities and crafts, recreational and educational booths, live music and cultural opportunities

 

Skagit Valley Festival of Farms

October 3-4, 2020
The seasons collide colorfully in Skagit Valley. Pick gourds and pumpkins for fall, play on the beach and enjoy the last summer berries and produce.  Coast to Cascades – Skagit Valley is the “haycation” of choice this October!

 

Skagit Wine & Beer Festival

Skagit Wine and Beer Festival

November 21, 2020
You will be delighted with wines & microbrews from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries as well as gourmet appetizers, divine chocolate and delectable cheese samplings made right here in Skagit County.

Fall in Mount Vernon includes Festival of Farms, Historic Downtown, waterfront park, historic barn tour, wildlife, wineries and breweries welcome you to experience adventure here in Mount Vernon. On the eastern edge of the county along a magnificent stretch of highway are the North Cascade Mountains where you can view eagles on the Skagit River or take a hike on 50 miles of trails. Check out our list of activities for each season!

U-Pick Pumpkins 

Lucky for us, we’re surrounded by family farms offering U-pick Pumpkin farms. Here are a few of our favorites.

 

 

 

 

 

Skagit River Salmon Festival

September 8, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m
The event will be a FREE, fun-filled experience for families featuring youth activities and crafts, recreational and educational booths, live music and cultural opportunities

 

Skagit Valley Festival of Farms

October 6-7, 2018
The seasons collide colorfully in Skagit Valley. Pick gourds and pumpkins for fall, play on the beach and enjoy the last summer berries and produce.  Coast to Cascades – Skagit Valley is the “haycation” of choice this October!

 

Skagit Wine & Beer Festival

Skagit Wine and Beer Festival

November 17, 2018
You will be delighted with wines & microbrews from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries as well as gourmet appetizers, divine chocolate and delectable cheese samplings made right in Skagit County.

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