We are located in Chimacum, on the Olympic Peninsula just 12 miles south of Port Townsend and about one hour northwest of the Bainbridge Island ferry.
NEW ORCHARD LOCATION
124 Center Road
Chimacum, WA 98325. 360-732-4337
Finnriver has just relocated to out new Orchard & Cider Garden location and Google maps may not be updated with the correct information! We apologize if you get sent to the wrong location. Use this street address: 124 Center Road, Chimacum WA 98325
Directions From Seattle:
- Take the Bainbridge Island or Kingston Ferry.
- Follow signs to the HOOD CANAL Bridge.
- (Be aware that there may be travel delays with the bridge. Check out the Hood Canal DOT website).
- Cross the Bridge and Follow Route 104 west for about 10 miles.
- Take the Chimacum/Port Townsend exit up Beaver Valley Road
- At the Chimacum 4-way stop, go LEFT onto Center Road.
- Our new location is a few hundred yards on your right. Turn at the Finnriver Orchard sign into the gravel parking lot.
Directions From Port Angeles, Sequim:
- Travel east on Highway 101 past Discovery Bay
- Take Route 104 (toward Hood Canal Bridge, but not across)
- Take the Chimacum/Quilcene exit. This is also the "Olympic Music Festival" exit.
- Turn LEFT at the bottom of the ramp onto Center Road, heading North.
- Continue about 6.5 miles to just south of the Chimacum 4-way stop.
- Our new location is just south of the intersection. Turn left at the Finnriver Orchard sign into the gravel parking lot.
Directions From Port Townsend:
- Travel south on Route 19 towards Chimacum.
- At the four-way stop, turn right onto Center Road, heading South.
- Our new location is just a few hudnred yards south of the intersection. Turn right at the Finnriver Orchard sign into the gravel parking lot.
Farm Safety Considerations
When you do come to visit Finnriver, here are some considerations to keep in mind for your safety and enjoyment:
- We do keep bees on the farm, for pollination and honey. And sometimes a wasp nest forms in one of the apple trees. Dress in plain colored clothes so the bees don’t mistake you for a flower and keep still if a bee comes towards you to avoid upsetting it. If you are allergic to bee stings, bring appropriate medications with you.
- We share the farm with other creatures as well: sheep, chickens and a few farm dogs. We ask you to enjoy all of these animals from a safe distance and to avoid getting too close or touching the animals.
- We also ask you to keep a safe distance from all farm equipment and machinery, such as tractors and mowers. This may be hardest for aspiring young equipment operators (the children) but please make sure your kids stay safe by accompanying them at all times on the farm.
- We are fortunate to have Chimacum Creek meandering through the farm. This is a salmon stream and is currently undergoing re-forestation and restoration. The creek area is not open to the public.
- Remember, this is a working farm and so the ground may be lumpy and bumpy; the irrigation hoses may be dripping; the shovels may be at rest in a field. Please watch your step.