Whether this is your first visit or you’ve enjoyed the magic of the Skagit your whole life, we’re glad you’re here! Mother Nature has blessed us with stunning natural beauty and world-class soils and we hope you enjoy this piece of paradise.

Be it strolling through the tulip fields, visiting one of our premier farms, enjoying a forested hike, or watching the tides roll in and out, we know you’ll find things to love in Skagit Valley. Just like we do.

We are delighted to be such a special part of how people connect with nature and beauty, it’s THE driving force behind our mission and vision. That we get to do this on our “home field,” where we grew up, alongside our friends, families, and neighbors is truly a dream come true.

Your friends at Spinach Bus;
– Donnie, Kristen, Rachael and Randy

Getting Here
From Seattle: Drive about 50 miles north on I-5.
From the Whidbey Island and the Olympic Peninsula: From Port Townsend take the Keystone Ferry to Whidbey Island. Follow SR 20 across the Deception Pass Bridge.
From the San Juan Islands: Take the Anacortes Ferry.
From Vancouver, B.C.: Follow I-5 south about 50 miles from the Canadian border.
Greyhound, Amtrak, and air service to Skagit County is also available.