Activities Off The Farm
Trillium Woods Farm is located on a two-lane country road that quickly connects visitors with a host of wonderful off-site activities. A 25-mile drive north brings you to Port Townsend, a small Victorian seaport town known for its eccentric shops, Northwest Maritime Center, Jefferson Museum of Art & History, and Fort Worden State Park, where Centrum offers workshops and a variety of musical programs nearly all year round.
Seven miles south of the farm is the old logging town of Quilcene, gateway to the Olympic National Forest. And if you drive through the Park, you’ll find yourself on Hwy. 101, traveling along the Hood Canal coastline, where some of the finest oysters in the world are cultivated and harvested.
Wherever you go, you’ll encounter organic farms, wineries, and a cidery or two. Every direction points to a new adventure!
Here are a few of our favorites:
Libation Tasting Tour: Taste and learn about locally crafted mead, cider & wine.
Farm to Fork Tour: Visit local farms and fill produce baskets for your evening meal. If you are seeking ethically-raised meat and have an adventurous pallet, there are local farms that raise chicken, turkey, rabbit and yak.
Visit historic Port Townsend: Spend some time on the beach and shopping in local stores.
Ecology Tour: If you are curious about local seafood, visits to Coast oyster hatchery and research facility and Quilcene National Fish Hatchery can be arranged.
History: Quilcene Historical Museum offers multiple exhibits, a few include Quilcene Pioneers and Settlers, Logging, Mining & CCC Camps and Worthington Park. Tour Worthington Mansion, the only example of a Victorian residence of this scale in rural Jefferson County.
Outdoor Activities: With the Olympic National Forest in our backyard and multiple accessible bodies of water within reach, hiking, kayaking and fishing are all local favorites