Sequim Lavender Trail Driving & Cycling Guide

Map of the Sequim Lavender Trail driving and cycling route, 9 lavender farms, blue water yellow land
Olympic Peninsula Audio Tours

Audio Tour

Download the free Olympic Audio Tour app, and take a free audio tour of the Sequim Lavender Farms – while you wander, or from your living room!

Sequim Lavender Trail Farms & Shops

Don’t have a printer? You can pick up a copy of the Driving Guide at the Sequim Visitor Center and the individual farms, as well as businesses throughout Sequim and Port Angeles!

Curious about the farms and shops along the Sequim Lavender Trail? Visit the Farms & Gift Shops page fore more information, and to plan your visit!

Sequim Lavender Trail

Sequim lavender farms are located throughout the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, and the Sequim Lavender Trail connects them all. Wherever you start, we invite you to follow the trail to experience the amazing beauty and abundant harvest of Sequim lavender. Whether you’re driving or cycling, you can easily complete the entire trail in a day. But, better yet, take your time and immerse yourself for a weekend (or a week!) in America’s Provence, the premier lavender destination in North America. At each destination, you will experience a gracious welcome, a friendly smile, and owners who love to share all that Sequim has to offer.

The Sequim Lavender Trail encompasses a wide diversity of iconic lavender farms and boutique lavender gift shops. Each stop along the trail welcomes you to explore the beauty and richness of the Olympic Peninsula. Enjoy the mild ocean breezes, gaze at the majestic snow-capped Olympic Mountains, and indulge your senses.

There is so much to do throughout the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, the gateway to Olympic National Park, that you’ll find yourself coming back again and again. The Sequim lavender farmers are delighted to partner with other local businesses in welcoming you to Sequim. Along the trail, in addition to lavender farms, you will find specialty shops, restaurants, other farms, and even a game farm! Be sure to mention that you found them on the Sequim Lavender Trail.

As with any crop, lavender’s bloom is dependent on a variety of factors including soil temperature, sunshine, and rain. Early varieties often begin showing color in June, while other varieties may not bloom until early July. With the abundance of lavender varieties showcased on the farms throughout the Sequim Valley, you can experience color and sweet aroma for most of the summer! Be sure to check out all of the special events on the farms and throughout the valley, and begin planning your next visit.