Sequim Lavender Festival®

As a part of the Sequim Lavender weekend, The Sequim Lavender Festival® celebrates its 17th year in the heart of Sequim and the surrounding Dungeness Valley.  The Sequim Lavender Festival is the 3rd weekend  of July each year.  In 2013, the dates are July 19, 20, and 21.  That’s starting on Friday and lasting through Sunday.  Please share it with us–any day or every day!

Our farm hours that weekend are 10 AM to 5:30 PM.  Blackberry Forest is open for U Pick and a chance for you to see our products in person.  The farm has grand views of Sequim Bay and the Olympic Mountains, so please bring your camera.  We would love to see you here!

Children of all ages are welcome at Blackberry Forest during the Lavender Festival.  Consider stopping in town for supplies and bringing a picnic lunch for dining on our lovely field.

Pets with well-behaved owners are also welcome at Blackberry Forest.  We have especially clean Porta Potties for their owners and acres of “natural plantings” for your leashed pet’s privacy and comfort..


Lavender growers are showcased and made available all weekend through a self-guided and FREE “U-Tour” attraction.  With a map in hand, visitors may leisurely drive at their own pace and visit the smallest and largest lavender farms located in Sequim WA the Lavender Capital of North America®.  Lavender themed gifts and fresh cut bouquets will be available for purchase at all of the farms.

Admission, advice and fragrance at the  Sequim Lavender Growers Association farms are FREE.  Additional regional attractions will be highlighted on the map and include some very large non-SLGA farms that offer entertainment and food for an admission price of $15.

We hope you will visit us, but we know that the other farms in our area offer unique experiences, as well.  Enjoy!


The most community-spirited Lavender Festival Street Fair in this part of the world occurs on Fir Street.  Admission to this event is FREE.   Visitors will be surrounded by three days of fabulous and interesting food, musical entertainment, and greetings with the fragrance of the Sequim lavender brought to you by the local growers.  A talented group of artists, jewelers, photographers and “craftsmiths” will showcase their products for purchase.