San Juan Island (postal address “Friday Harbor”) lies off the Northwest coast of Washington State, approximately midway between Seattle, WA and Vancouver, B.C. It is directly accessible by vehicles, bikers and foot passengers (Washington State Ferry from Anacortes, WA and Sidney, B.C., Victoria Clipper from Seattle, WA and Victoria, B.C.), or by air (San Juan Airlines, Kenmore Air).
Once you reach the island, regardless of how you get to the farm, the lavender fields and the white Gatehouse Store with its cupola and spire located across from the large lake on Wold Road can’t be missed. In general terms, we are located in the southwest portion of the island.
Coming from the town of Friday Harbor, follow Spring Street through town until it becomes San Juan Valley Road. After about a half mile, turn left on Douglas Road. After about a mile, Douglas bends to the right and becomes Bailer Hill Road. Follow Bailer Hill Road west for several miles down into the valley, up the hill and down into the second valley before turning right on Wold Road. The farm is located about a half-mile up on the right.
Coming from Roche Harbor and the North and center of the island, get to Boyce Road via either Roche Harbor Road – Egg Lake Road – Beaverton Valley Road or West Valley Road. Wold Road leads south from Boyce Road. This time the farm will be on the left.
Located just a block from the Friday Harbor ferry landing, at 150 First Street.