Charm on the Farm: Gourmands and Go-Getters Find Fun on Camano Island, Wash.

Situated on scenic Camano Island, 60 miles north of Seattle, Kristoferson Farm, home to Canopy Tours Northwest zipline adventure and Terra Teams Challenge Course, announces a line up of events and offerings designed to deliver visitors the quintessential island experience. New events and offerings include:

  • An Island Adventure. A new, inclusive day trip curated by the Kristoferson Family, the Island Adventure package includes round trip transportation from Seattle, Camano Island Coffee and freshly baked scones made with lavender from the farm, a zipline adventure through the forest and an island-sourced lunch prepared by local Chef Donna King of Cama Beach Café. The island adventure is $149 per person and advance registration at KristofersonFarm.com is required.
  • Lavender Crafting Workshops. Using the farm’s both fragrance and culinary organic lavender, join the family for hands-on crafting workshops to create lavender wands, sachets, wreaths or soaps, as well as culinary crafts like lavender tea, lemonade or ice cream. Offered select Fridays and Sundays from June 15 – July 22, workshops are $40 per person.
  • Pop-up Dinner Series. The historic and lovingly restored barn at Kristoferson Farm will host pop-up dinners featuring the handiwork of local ranchers, fishers, farms and chefs prepared by local Chef Donna King of Cama Beach Café. The series of dinners takes place select dates June 23 through October 20, 2018. Sit down at the long table within a restored century old barn to enjoy a Washington Wine paired five-course meal.

 

Ziplining and challenge course tours are available year-round on an ongoing basis. Connect or make reservations for Terra Teams, Ziplining or the packages listed above by calling 360-387-5807 or visit www.kristofersonfarm.com.

 

Founded in 1912, family-owned Kristoferson Farm has played host to everything from dairy cows to alpacas and now, with the help of the Kristoferson family’s newest generation, it continues to grow hay, fragrance and culinary lavender and pumpkins. It’s also getting a second life as a recreation and culinary destination. The sustainably managed property covers 231 acres total, 100 of which are forested, 100 are dedicated to agriculture and the remaining property is open lake and streams. The farm’s centerpiece is a restored barn built in 1914 and listed on the national historic register. Kristoferson Farm is located at 332 NE Camano Drive, Camano Island, Washington.