Victor’s Lavender: Farm, Festival, Giftshop

Victor’s Lavender
3743 Old Olympic Hwy., Port Angeles
WA 98382 • 360-681-7930

Farm and Farm Store open Memorial Day Weekend – late Sept.
Tuesday-Sunday from 10 am – 5 pm
Lavender weekend July 21-23 , 2017 9 am – 6 pm

Come visit and experience Victor’s Lavender Farm!

  • Specializing in in Lavender Plants, Dried and Loose Lavender.
  •  Organic Soaps, Lotions and Oils.
  •  Products and Gifts for the Home.
  •  Pet Products.

When it comes to propagating lavender, Victor Gonzales, a wholesale lavender grower and supplier, is considered the North Olympic Peninsula’s resident expert. He has successfully propagated more than one million lavender plants and counting. During the last decade,
Victor’s green thumb has helped Sequim, Washington become the official lavender capital of North America.

Victor possesses an almost intuitive knowledge of growing lavender, which he credits to his family’s farming background. “Although I had never grown lavender before moving to Sequim, my family farmed so I grew up learning about different soils and farming
practices,” he said. “I was able to apply my knowledge of farming to lavender growing.”

Since planting his first lavender plants in 1997, Victor has developed growing practices
that have allowed his plants to thrive. Victor continues to expand his knowledge with each plant he cultivates. Today, lavender growers, local gardeners and other experts rely on Victor’s advice for successful plants. When local lavender farms, gardeners and businesses need lavender plants, they depend on Victor’s Lavender for the healthiest plants money can buy.

Chocolate on the Beach Festival

chocolateonbeachlogo.jpgEarly February annually! One weekend where the chocolate – nearly – flows in the streets of Pacific Beach!

Attendees will find chocolate that is gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, fair-trade, raw and even healthy treats for furry friends.

3-Day Culinary Cruise

Experience the unique culinary bounty of Pacific Cuisine while touring Washington’s Olympic Peninsula by boat!

October 2-4,2015: departs from Seattle

musselsTrip Highlights:

  • Lunch and tour at Penn Cove Mussels
  • Luxury accommodations and cooking class at Resort at Port Ludlow
  • Visit Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Make chocolate truffles at Port Townsend’s Elevated Ice Cream
  • All you can eat Dungeness Crab dinner
  • Ciders, wines and brick oven pizza at Finnriver Farm and Cidery
  • Wildlife, including whales, birds, sea lions and more!

$1195 Double Occupancy; $1295 Single



GreenHouse Inn by the Bay Bed & Breakfast

Near Sequim, WA on the Dungeness Bay, serving those who appreciate terrific mountain and ocean views, great food, drink, outdoor activities. The goal at the GreenHouse Inn by the Bay bed and breakfast is to ensure you appreciate your time here and have a positive, memorable experience.

630 Marine Dr., Sequim, WA 98382
360-504-2489 • Daily 8 am – 8 pm

  • hiking in the Olympic National Park,
  • kayaking and birding in the protected waters of the Dungeness Bay and on into the Strait of Juan de Fuca,
  • biking the Discovery Trail through farm and lavender fields and more with like-minded people.
  • Local, Fresh and Delicious Breakfast is served from 8:30am to 9:30 am with a
    “take and go option” available by request.

    • Start your morning with a cup of certified organic coffee and then make your way to breakfast – on your schedule- for a selection of breakfast options throughout the week:
    • Enjoy the homemade quiche or other hot entrée made with fresh seasonal ingredients and organic eggs;
    • Fresh fruit and a selection of juices are available daily;
    • Greek yogurt with toppings or baked oatmeal for those opting
      for a lighter fare;
    • Follow it all up with a featured daily pastry and of course…more coffee or tea.


Mystery Bay Farm

Mystery Bay Farm


Mystery Bay Farm is a small scale, family farm operating on five acres on Marrowstone Island. A WSDA certified Grade A Dairy, producing farmstead, goat milk cheeses and yogurt for general sale. (Farmstead means we make all of our cheeses and yogurt using only the milk of our animals.)

In addition to cheese and yogurt, Mystery Bay Farm offers educational farm tours and cheese making classes.


Our Products

Try our products. including: CHEVRE, FARMSTEAD YOGURT, Spring’s WHOLE MILK RICOTTA and Fall’s SPECIAL GOAT MILK CARAMEL SAUCE! Throughout the year taste the uniqueness that each season imparts care of various flavors and textures in each Mystery Bay Farm offering.  Every bite of Mystery Bay Farm fare offers a seasonal uniqueness; spring brings creaminess with the freshness of green grass, while fall walks us into winter with rich, almost double cream, balanced by a subtle tang.


Farm Tours, Milking and Production tour options are available. We milk 100% American Alpine dairy goats. They each have been raised on our farm and have names and distinct personalities! Try Mystery Bay Farm products throughout the year to see the uniqueness that each season imparts on the flavor and texture.



Culinary Adventure Map

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It’s here! Your new and improved Culinary Adventure Map!

Packed full of tasty itineraries and delicious destinations you won’t what to travel around the Olympic Peninsula on an empty stomach or without this culinary guide!

Download your copy here or request large format printed and mobile app versions be sent to you.

Looking forward to seeing you on the LOOP!


Olympic Peninsula Winery Assoc.

Olympic Peninsula Wineries

1984 Hastings Ave W, Port Townsend

Superb local wine, fresh regional cuisine, and spectacular scenery, make a visit to the Olympic Peninsula Wineries the quintessential Northwest experience. The artisan wineries of the Olympic Peninsula invite you to enjoy this beautiful part of Washington State Wine Country and taste award winning wines that are as distinctive as their locations.

Three signature “Trails” hosted each year enable you to experience the region during various seasons and delicious tastes to pair award winning wines and ciders.

Don’t miss these annual Wine & Cider Trail events:

  • Red Wine & Chocolate Tour! (Two weekends of fun each February)
  • Northwest Wine & Cheese Tour (Spring has arrived!)
  • Harvest Wine Tour (From the Crush to the barrel, there’s a bounty of celebration)

Contact us for full details, 360-452-0160,


Elk Meadows Farmstay

Elk Meadows Farmstay

3485 Dosewallips Rd, Brinnon

Elk Meadows Farmstay offers more than simply great custom lodging. Our guests enjoy the peace and quiet of our historic working farm, as well as the pristine Dosewallips River. For details visit

Black Ball Transport

The Black Ball Ferry Line is proud to be a reliable leader in our tourism and transportation industry. In our 50 years of service, we have transported over 21 million passengers.