Across the Fraser, it's off to Westham Island.
Once you cross the single land 100-year-old truss bridge to Westham Island, you're on farm time. Home to farm stands from our top organic producers, it's a summer hot spot for berry pickers and ice cream enthusiasts. This itinerary takes you on an island tour, but keep in mind, summer weekends can be busy!
1. Westham Island Herb Farm
Once on the island, down the first country lane to the right is Westham Island Herb Farm. Shop for all your fresh vegetables, berries, fresh-cut flowers, herbs, and freshly baked goods at their loaded farm stand. Take the opportunity to roam this family farm, introducing yourself to resident cows, donkeys, and chickens.
2. Emma Lea Farms
Heading north down the main drive, you'll find Emma Lea Farms. Fill your reusable grocery bay with fresh jams, local honey, baked goods & bulk berries. And if you're up for it, pick your own! The Emma Lea Ice Cream Shoppe is a dream for twister cones, smoothies, and milkshakes created with freshly picked berries grown on-site. Check-in with their social media sites for news on food trucks like @breadandcheese and @skythai, that often park farm side for hungry pickers to indulge.
3. Angel Estate Winery
Up for more adventure? Angel Estate Winery is a berry-to-bottle operation. Fruit crops have been growing here since the pioneer days, and since 2013, their berry crops have been producing a variety of fruit wines. Shop and enjoy their patio views for a tasting session, and a wind down to your fresh air filled day.
Photo Credits @WesthamIslandHerbFarm, @emmaleafarms, and @angelsgatewinery.