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6 ultimate summer experiences at Topaz Farm on Sauvie Island

Enjoy a slice of Sauvie Island now through October.

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This family-owned and operated 130-acre working farm on Sauvie Island is just 20 minutes from downtown Portland.

Photos provided by Topaz Farm, @wlapointephoto, and Julia Varga

The official start of summer is right around the corner (read: only 15 days away). Portlanders have plenty of opportunities to take advantage of warm weather and sunny skies at Topaz Farm.

Located just 30 minutes away, Topaz Farm offers an array of activities that cater to all ages — making it the perfect destination for family outings, date nights, or solo adventures. Here are our top recs:

  • Enjoy exquisite farm-to-plate dinners under a massive 500-year-old oak tree.
  • Pick fresh berries and cut fresh flowers on the island’s only regeneratively grown, no-spray field.
  • Experience Sauvie Island’s original and largest sunflower festival.
  • Take in live folk, indie, bluegrass, and country music during Americana Harvest Fest nights.
  • Enjoy free kids experiences, including hands-on tractor rides, animal talks + storytime sessions.
  • Attend a special event like Sip ‘n’ Cut flowers, Sip ‘n’ Paint classes, plus cooking, pickling, and canning classes.

Create lasting memories this summer by enjoying the farm’s bar and grill, adorable animals, and the island’s largest farm store.

Plan your visit to Topaz Farm.

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