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Sauvie Island Farms, Portland

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
Sauvie Island Farms is located in Portland. Sauvie Island Farms is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Portland Edition.
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  • Sauvies Island is a nice scenic trip from Portland and its great to see all the farms, especially the specialty farms such as Lavender. This review is for the store/produce stand only. Many people go ...  read more »
  • Sauvie Island Farms would be the place you must visit to get the experience of pick by yourself the vegetables or fruits. 
  • We live in Chicago and visit Portland every summer. After finding Sauvie Island Farms 4 years ago, the kids want to come here every time we are in town. They love the fresh berries - the Hood Strawber...  read more »
  • This is a big farm offering a wide variety of fruits, veggies, and flowers for picking. Service was friendly. The peaches were a bit pricey - we paid $10 for about 10 of them. This is great for a family activity.
  • Impressed with the variety of things! Products are organic! From flowers to fruits to veggies and more! And delicious. Really good wildflower honey
  • A wide variety of fruits, flowers, and vegetables. We often come berry picking here throughout the summer. Closed on Sundays though, so be careful.
  • Not really impressed. But a nice place. You may need a 4x4 to get there when its muddy.
  • Visiting Sauvie Island Farms was one of my favorite parts of a trip to Portland a couple of years ago. We had the best time exploring the grounds and picking the freshest fruit you'll find anywhere. We picked some peaches that were as big as a grapefruit! They have a tractor that goes around and around to take you back to the front if you're too tired from picking fruits and vegetables. Prices are reasonable and easy to figure out. Definitely a required diversion if you plan to visit Portland and have the time.
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