North Idaho's
Farm Stand Guide


Visit working farms and enjoy farm-fresh food and products produced right here in your backyard!

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The Panhandle Farm Corridor is a collective of small farmers in North Idaho educating, showcasing, and selling local agriculture products to our customers directly from our farms.


Throughout each farm's season, you'll be able to visit their farm stand, learn where your food comes from and buy local!


Our goal is to share our love of farming with our community and give you a chance to see where your food and farm products are grown and raised.


Geographically, the PFC is defined as Kootenai and Shoshone counties plus Bonners county as far north as Sandpoint.



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OPEN July - Early September

Monday - Saturday

Blueberries - U Pick and We Pick, Alfalfa Hay, Vegetables

28405 W Hwy 53

Hauser, ID 83854

(208) 777-0986


OPEN by appointment only

September - April

Grassfed/Grassfinished Beef, Beef Bundles, Cuts, Quarters, Halves, Pastured Meat Poultry, Honey

13801 N Matheson Rd

Hauser, ID 83854

(208) 659-9429

OPEN through the summer. Check their Facebook Page for hours.

Grass-fed Beef/Lamb

Pastured Pork/Chicken/Eggs


15111 3 Forks Rd

Hauser, ID 83854

Lely Greenhouse

OPEN May 14 - 30

Vegetable Starts and Hanging Baskets

12564 W Burlington Rd

Rathdrum, ID 83858

(208) 777-5645

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Berry & Nut Farm

OPEN All Year - Self Serve

Blueberries, Blackberries, Goji, Hazelnuts, Apples, Pears, Peaches, Jams, Applesauce, Pie Fillings, and Cherries

2795 Boekel Rd

Rathdrum, ID 83858

(208) 691-9955

(208) 659-1953

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OPEN All Year

Friday & Saturday

11 AM - 6 PM

Farm-craft Beer, Fresh Eggs, Stone-Milled Flour

25415 N Ramsey Rd

Athol, ID 83801

(206) 684-6708

OPEN All Year - Self Serve

Blueberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, Jam, Syrup, Goat Milk Soap.

41 Whitney Way

Priest River, ID 83856

(208) 263-4114

Fresh Berries

OPEN All Year

Wednesday - Saturday

10 AM - 3 PM

Alpaca Yarn, Clothing, Roving, Toys, Alpaca Manure, Alpacas.

1701 Edgemere Cutoff

Priest River, ID 83856

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OPEN June 18 - October 31

Tuesday - Sunday

10 AM - 5 PM

Lavender goods - fresh and dried flowers, essential oil, hydrosol, soap & other body products.

34391 N Old Hwy 95

Athol, ID 83801


(208) 216-9954


OPEN Seasonally

Visit their Facebook Page for the latest hours.

Seasonal goods such as pies, apple cider syrups, apple cider caramel, beeswax products, apples, pears, raw honey, farm fresh eggs, fresh-cut sunflowers, pumpkins, future fresh-pressed apple cider.

13467 E Bunco Rd

Athol, ID 83801

(208) 771-9908

OPEN 7 days a week

By appointment only

Pigs, Meat Chickens, Eggs, Lard and Garden Produce

28706 N Panhandle Rd

Athol, ID 83801

(208) 215-9218

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OPEN May - October

10 AM - 5 PM

Petting Farm and Family Fun Activities

6803 E Son Shine Way

Athol, ID 83801

(208) 561-9771

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OPEN August 28 - Oct 2


9 AM - 2 PM

Honey & Soap

5794 E Garwood Rd

Hayden, ID 83835

(509) 933-0762

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OPEN October

Field Pumpkins, Heirloom/Specialty Pumpkins, Other Squash, Corn Stalks, Straw Bales, Indian Corn, Gourds.

7790 N Atlas Rd

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

(208) 762-3289

OPEN June 1 - Oct 5


4:30 - 6:30 pm

Organic Vegetable, Flower, and Herb Starts. Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers, Herbs, Nuts, Cranberries.

11235 South Highway 3

Cataldo, ID 83810

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OPEN November 26-28 & December 3-4

10 AM - 4 PM

Christmas Trees

3866 S Stateline Rd

Post Falls, ID 83854

(208) 659-1223

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Are you a farmer who would like to participate in the Panhandle Farm Corridor? Apply here!

Questions? Send us a note.

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Contact Info

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Mailing Address


28405 W Hwy 53, Hauser, ID 83854


Thank you, sponsors!

Because of you, we are able to share our love of farming with our community, make local food more accessible, and give everyone a chance to see where their food and farm products are grown and raised. 

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Conservation District


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