In Kalispell, Montana, agritourism isn’t just trendy; it’s deeply ingrained as part of our rich agricultural heritage. From vibrant lavender fields to culinary adventures, our local farms offer enchanting environments with hands-on experiences. When you visit, we invite you to slow down and immerse yourself in this part of Kalispell’s story.

Purple Mountain Lavender. With stunning views of Flathead Lake, you can explore lavender fields, learn about the farm and even create aromatherapy products. While you’re at Purple Mountain Lavender, be sure to visit their on-site year-round shop to purchase lavender-infused treasures as a way to keep a piece of Montana’s fragrant landscape with you wherever you go.

Two Kays Flower Farm. A floral paradise owned by a mother-daughter team, Two Kays has farm-fresh bouquets and farm events (like u-pick days) during the warm season. They also offer classes and hands-on sessions throughout the year, with participants being able to create stunning arrangements or dried wreaths.

Longview Lavender Farm. Open Memorial Day through September, Longview Lavender Farm is a family-owned and -operated business. You can wander through their fields and take in the many types of lavender on a personalized sensory journey. You can also watch as the owners make lavender oils and products, with the mountains creating a perfect backdrop.

Plant Land. Embrace farm-to-table living at Plant Land and enjoy evenings in magical greenhouses with cocktails, canapés and dinners crafted with local ingredients. Year-round workshops provide instructions in seed starting, hanging basket creation, bonsai sessions and wreath decorating.

Don’t miss Kalispell Kreamery’s annual Milk and Cookies Event in June. As part of this open house event, you can join family-friendly farm tours, learn about the dairy process and meet the cows behind the delicious milk. See Kalispell’s full calendar of events here.

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