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Agritourism in Pemberton

Pemberton Agritourism

At the heart of Pemberton is an exceptional farming community. The Pemberton Valley has a unique micro climate and great soil conditions. Pemberton is famous for producing seed potatoes (hence the nickname Spud Valley) as well as vegetables, beef, cranberries and much more.

Organic farming is growing in popularity in the valley as demand increases.  Across the Creek Organics and Helmers Organic Farm are two of the most well-known organic farms in the Pemberton Valley.

Pemberton is also on the map as a destination for 'foodies'.  It is easy to spend a day or two exploring the Pemberton Valley and visiting locations such as North Arm Farm, McEwan's farm for u-pick strawberries, Pemberton Distillery or taking part in the annual Slow Food Cycle.

North Arm Farm

Located just 5km north of the Pemberton Valley Lodge, North Arm Farm offers a true family farm experience. The Sturdy family grow organic strawberries, raspberries, blueberries as well as a number of vegetables including beans, squash and carrots.  This 60-acre working farm is open to the public daily from mid-May to mid-October.  The farm has a full kitchen where you can enjoy lunch or a picnic.  Children will love visiting the animals and picking fruit.  North Arm Farm is defiantly worth a visit around Canadian thanksgiving when you can take a horse-drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin patch.  For more information, visit North Arm Farm.

Slow Food Cycle

Pemberton Slow Food CycleThe Slow Food Cycle is now Pemberton's signature agritourism event.  Participants enjoy a leisurely round trip bike ride down the beautiful Pemberton Meadows Road.  En route, there are a number of vendors and farmers offering everything from organic coffee to Pemberton Meadows beef burgers.   For more information visit Slow Food Cycle Sunday.

Pemberton Farmers Market

Each Wednesday afternoon from mid-June to mid-October, visit the Pemberton Farmers Market in the Village of Pemberton under the cover of the Pemberton Downtown Barn. The market is typically open from 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM (check the Pemberton Farmers Market website to confirm times). This is a great place to purchase fresh local produce, crafts, flowers, baked goods and much more.  Make sure you check out our events calendars for more details.

pemberton strawberriesU-pick Farms

North Arm Farm is the most well know u-pick farm in Pemberton.  During the growing season, you can pick your own strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. Strawberry season usually starts around mid-June depending on the weather.  There is usually a sign outside the Scotiabank when the farm is open for u-pick.

Pemberton Distillery

A visit to Pemberton cannot be complete without a trip to the Pemberton Distillery. Discover how artisan spirits are handcrafted in small batches from locally grown organic ingredients. You can sample the award-winning vodka and gin. Guided tours are available and you can browse the gift shop for limited release spirits. For more information and to view opening hours, visit Pemberton Distillery.

Photo Credits: Randy Lincks and David Steers

Whistler Alternative

When visiting Whistler, consider staying at Pemberton Valley Lodge. We offer several advantages over Whistler hotels…

 1  Only 20 minutes

You can get to the Village faster from our Lodge than you can from some parts of Whistler Resort.

 2  Save money

Whistler hotels typically charge for parking. We don't. And you get bigger rooms for your dollar.

 3  Great Perks

Get complimentary super fast WiFi, complimentary bike rentals, and optional keyless room entry!

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