Whether it’s the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington or Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Oregon, flowers are blooming throughout the Pacific Northwest. We sent our cameras out to capture some of the breathtaking beauty and splendor. We’ve also compiled a handful of other events and festivals in Oregon and Washington where you can experience the wonder of Northwest blooms first hand.
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
The festival is open April 1 - 30. Tickets must be purchased online in advance and a limited number of visitors will be allowed on the preparty at any given time.
Address: 15867 Beaver Marsh Road in Mt. Vernon, Washington
Wooden Shoe Festival
The festival is open now through May 2, 2021. If you purchased a pass in 2020, they will honor it for 2021. However, day passes are being released and sold in limited numbers from their website. Be sure to get your passes today.
Address: 33814 South Meridian Road in Woodburn, Oregon
Brookings Azalea Festival
The 2021 festival is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend (May 29-31). Join them in celebrating the wonder of Azaleas.
Location: US‑101 & 5th Street in Brookings, Oregon
Everett Dahlia Festival
The festival usually happens in late August. This year’s event has not yet been cancelled. Check the event website for updated information.
Location: 802 E. Mukilteo Blvd in Everett, Washington
Hulda Klager Lilac Days
The 2020 Event was cancelled, but keep checking their website for updated information about a possible 2021 event to celebrate the wonderful Lilac.
Address: 15 South Pekin Road in Woodland, Washington
Keizer Iris Festival
The festival usually happens every May, but due to Covid, 2020’s event was cancelled. This year could still happen. Check with the Kaizer Chamber of Commerce site for updates.
Address: Keizer, Oregon
Mount Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower Show
Last year, due to Covid restriction, the festival went virtual. This year they may do the same. Check their website for updated information as it becomes available.
34901 Frank Parrish Rd in Eugene, Oregon
While the festival, which usually happens on the third weekend in July, has been canceled for 2021, the Sequim Lavender Growers Association plans to open its free farms with Covid restrictions in place. Learn more at the organization’s website.