Make your spring road trip more fun and colourful than ever! There's a place called Tulip Town right over the border and you won't believe how many cheerful, blooming flowers you'll find. You can walk through the rainbow fields or even go on a trolley ride through rows and rows of nature's colour spectrum.
In the last few years, journeying out to flower farms have become the best spring and even summer activity! From the earliest blooming daffodils, hyacinths and tulips to the late-summer sunflower fields—these farms offer a stunning natural backdrop for Instagram photos! Plus, taking home armfuls of farm-fresh flowers to beautify your home and your living space feels so indulgent!
Located in Skagit Valley, these tulip fields are the ultimate spring oasis. There's even a tulip festival where you can visit a handful of other nearby farms in the area. It's the best way to welcome spring and it's good to get out on the farm now and then for that fresh air and sunshine.
It's always fun to go to the states for shopping and to explore places that we don't have in Canada. When you're going to the states, then you know your road trip fare is going to include American-only fast food like Jack in the Box and Chick-fil-A!
Tulip Town is in Skagit Valley, Washington just across the border about a two-hour drive from Vancouver. They will be open starting on Saturday, March 30 every day from 9 AM to 5 PM until Monday, May 6. Check out their website for more details. You can buy everything from fresh cut flowers to artwork and potted plants, but it's free to visit the farm.