Boasting tulips of every shade, colour, and variety, the wild parks become the perfect spot to sit and take in the awe and majesty of nature!
Historically, the tulip was a symbol of paradise on earth and Skagit valley welcomes you to our modern-day paradise on earth with tulips all around.
Along with tulips, the fields of Skagit County burst into bloom with daffodils, a month ahead of the more famous tulips which is a free add-on!
Acres of color against a mountain backdrop will dazzle your eyes for sure!
Those colorful blooms shake loose the gray days of winter and announce to all that warm summer days are on the horizon.
Stripes and stripes of color at fields in Roozengarde - which total more than 1000 acres and 16 acres of greenhouses, are the largest in North America.
The first tulip farm in Skagit Valley, known as Tulip Town!
A ride on the tractor trolley ...
... and barns giving full farm fields and providing picturesque backdrop!
Photo-ops infront of the color tulip field? Yes, please
Chuckanut Drive - a scenic 20-mile roadway that hugs the cliffs of Chuckanut Mountain one side with views of waters of Puget Sound on the other side
The infamous Oysters Bar on the drive provides a perfect pit stop offering stunning views of the San Juan Island from every seat.
Tasting oysters for the first (and last?) time!
A dramatic white arch rises from the green lawns and flowering gardens on the U.S.-Canada border at Blaine and reads "Children of a common mother" on the USA side, referring to the two nations common origin from the British Empire
Oh did I just walk into Canada for a few seconds? My 10th country? Technically yes, but I'll let this pass