Fall in Mount Vernon, WA is an agricultural precipice of harvest. The bounty of autumnal squash and pumpkins, kale and leeks, potatoes and beets, and more are plentiful. Celebrations including the Festival of Family Farms and historic barn tours at many local farms are experienced daily. Visit our historic downtown waterfront park to find wineries and breweries using local fruits and malts in their original recipes along with modern and country restaurants offering seasonal menus. Along the eastern edge of the county lies a magnificent stretch of highway are the North Cascade Mountains where hikers can discover 50 miles of trails, or day trippers can view spectacular fall color! Check out our list of activities for each season!
Lucky for us, we’re surrounded by family farms offering U-pick pumpkins. Here are a few of our favorites.
Fall is the Skagit Valley is a wonderland of diverse food interests with a byproduct of entertainment. Plan an overnight stay in comfortable accommodations in Skagit Valley and ask the locals where they like to visit-you'll soon discover the hidden gems within Mount Vernon, WA.
You will be delighted by the deliciousness of local wines & microbrews from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries and foodie appetizers using ingredients sourced locally.