BasketCase Greenhouse

12106 Sandridge Road,
Long Beach, WA


  • Vibrant annuals & perennials
  • Lovely hanging baskets
  • Grasses, succulents
  • Herbs & veggie starts
  • Organic soils




From July to September each year, visitors to Cranguyma Farms can pick their own blueberries in our 50-year old historic blueberry patch located in the center of the peninsula off Sandridge Road. There are picnic tables and plenty of shade under the holly trees to gather with family for a break from picking on hot summer afternoons.

The Cranguyma Farms Blueberry Patch is open 7 days a week until 6 p.m. Regular U-pick price is $1.75/lb. There is no charge to picnic. Buckets are provided- It is recommended that people bring their own take home containers. Redi-picked berries are sold at Ilwaco’s Saturday Market or the Astoria Sunday Market and by special order at $4/lb.



Many visitors are surprised to learn that America’s native fruit, the cranberry, is grown locally in great quantity.  In fact, approximately one-third of the nation’s cranberry crop is produced in Washington State.

Most of the berries grown on the Peninsula are destined for juice, due to the weather conditions of the area bringing out the valued red color.  These berries are harvested ‘wet’, in flooded bogs.  You can watch the harvest, each October, at the WSU Cranberry Demonstration Farm.

In addition to its fine Cranberry Museum, the facility offers self-guided walking tours of the bogs.  Tours are interesting and beautiful year-round, but particularly during the peak growing season mid-September through harvest in early to mid-October.  The walking tour around the demonstration farm is open each day until dusk. In November and December, visitors are able to see various farming operations needed to prepare the ground for planting, which is planned in April or May. Harvest takes place each October; typically the first or second weekend, depending on weather.

Self-Guided tours of the cranberry farm are available year-round; groups are invited to phone to arrange guided tours: 360.642.5553

U-pick cranberries (dry harvest) can be found at Cranguyma Farms beginning October 1st.  Freshly harvested berries can be purchased at the farm throughout October, as well as along the roadside in Seaview and Chinook. Group visits/field trips to witness harvest in action can be scheduled through the farm office.

“Farm Walks” can be accommodated for groups with arrangements made through the Cranguyma Farm office. Walk approximately 3 miles in total through old growth forests, scenic wetlands and the picturesque setting of a working family farm where you will learn about the history and 65-year old tradition of cranberry farming at Cranguyma. Witness harvest in action (October only), view wildlife and participate in the adventure of cranberry farming at its finest. Beverages provided, please bring a backpack and brown bag lunch. For group reservations, call 360.244.1553.

Cranberry Museum & Demonstration Farm

Cranberry Museum & Demonstration Farm

2907 Pioneer Rd
Long Beach, WA


Open April-Dec. See cranberry harvest 2nd weekend in October. Self-guided walking tours.

Green Angel Gardens Organic Produce

6807 Sandridge Rd
Long Beach, WA


Sustainable living center, organic farm, store, yoga studio. Visitors welcome. Call to reserve tour. Store open 8am-6pm daily.

Painted Lady Lavender Farm & Gardens

1664 Hwy 101 South
Ilwaco, WA


Starvation Alley Farms

Starvation Alley Farms

203 Bolstad Ave.
Long Beach, WA


Starvation Alley, named after the country road leading to its first bogs, is a cranberry farm in Long Beach. The state’s first organic cranberry growers, Starvation Alley now assists its neighbors through the tough  3-year organic transition process, preserving more northwest watersheds. Starvation Alley makes handcrafted, healthy products like 100% cold-pressed, unsweetened juice and seasonal sauces. You can purchase products on the peninsula and online. Visit www.starvationalley.com for details.

The Planter Box

12702 Pacific Way
Long Beach, WA


1.5 acre nursery and garden store. Farm feed. Hay. Dog, cat & horse supply. Open Year-round.

Vegetables & Flowers

Vegetables & Flowers

Green Angel Farms is a greenhouse production farm on 2.5 beautiful acres. Using locally produced fish fertilizers, compost and cover crops, the farm is a certified organic operation currently producing 5 to 10 varieties of greens and edible flowers for the local farmers market and discerning restaurants.

The farm store is stocked with organic greens grown on the farm, local fresh eggs, and a variety of certified organic produce obtained from regional growers.

This family-friendly farm encourages kids and adults to visit the farm and learn how quality food is grown. Saturdays between 10 am and 1 pm are volunteer times when all are welcome to participate by assisting in putting up greenhouses, weeding, planting, clearing areas etc.
Water and refreshments are provided.
The farm also offers Yoga classes and workshops in sustainable living practices.  Phone for tour information: 360.244.0064.

In Ilwaco, nestled on the hillside off Highway 101, Painted Lady Lavender Farm & Gardens grows lavender as well as producing lavender products in a charming setting.  Will host tea parties and small events, call for reservations. The 2-acre farm includes a chicken coop, guest cabin and magical surrounds just waiting for guests to explore.  Open 7 days until dusk. Call or stop in for guided tours of the plantings of lavender and other organic herbs.  360.642.3531