There is nothing more peaceful than strolling a field of blooming lavender. When the purple flowers bloom, it is absolutely breathtaking and makes for an incredible selfie spot. If you love the purple flowers as much as we do, you need to add this lavender trail near B.C. to your bucket list.

The Sequim Lavender Trail is just outside of Seattle in the town of Sequim. It is roughly a four-hour drive from Vancouver and is where you will want to road trip to this summer.

On the trail, there are nine different farms that you can visit, so there is plenty to see and do. It is possible to bike to many of the locations, but if you wish to see all the spots, you'll need a car.

It makes for an unforgettable experience to share with your friends. As you'll be able to fill up on lavender flavoured treats like ice cream and cookies.  

Or you can visit one of the many gardens where you can pick your own bouquet. Several of the farms even have vacation rentals so you can fall asleep to the soothing smell of the flowers too.

The best time to visit is in July and August when the flowers are in peak bloom. 

Each farm has different visitor hours, so before you arrive, make sure to check their website for updates on the state of the flowers and their hours. It is also a good idea to download their handy map of the area too.

Jardin du Soleil Lavender

Address: 3932 Sequim Dungeness Way, Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to enjoy a peaceful stroll at this 10-acre organic lavender farm.


Victors Lavender Farm

Address:  3743 Old Olympic Hwy., Clallam County, WA

Why You Need To Go: This adorable farm is one of the largest producers of lavender in North America.


Washington Lavender

Address: 965 Finn Hall Rd., Port Angeles, WA

Why You Need To Go: This massive lavender farm has more than 5000 lavender plants and a charming b&b where you can spend the night.


 

Cedarbrook Lavender

Address: 134 1/2 West Washington St., Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: At this breathtaking farm you can satisfy your sweet tooth and try some of their lavender cookies, chocolate bars, and white chocolate drops. They also have a vacation rental too where you can fall asleep next to the blooming garden.


Purple Haze

Address: 180 Bell Bottom Rd., Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: Purple Haze is perfect for a weekend getaway. At the 7 acre farm, you can pick your own bouquet of flowers, eat some tasty lavender ice cream and spend the night at their farmhouse.


B&B Family Farm

Address: 5883 Old Olympic Hwy., Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: From May to September they offer free tours of the 12-acre farm where you can see 14000 lavender plants.


Olympic Lavender Company

Address: 120 W. Washington St., Sequim WA

Why You Need To Go: There is so much to do here aside from seeing the pretty flowers. On select dates, they offer hands-on lavender craft classes, while in July they host a festival where you can pick your own bouquet of lavender.


Fleurish Lavender Of Lost Mountain

Address: 1541 Taylor Cutoff Rd., Carlsborg, Clallam County, WA

Why You Need To Go: From Memorial Day weekend till Labor Day you can visit this farm. What makes Fleurish Lavender Of Lost Mountain so unique is that they grow 86 different types of lavender, in every shade of purple.


Lavender Connection

Address: 1141 Cays Rd., Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: From July until Labor Day you can spend a fun-filled afternoon at Lavender Connection. They grow 40 different varieties of lavender, most of which are available for you to cut and bring home. 


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