Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains and encompassing hundreds of acres of some of the best farms in the Pacific Northwest and the oldest vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley, Milton Freewater is an agricultural treasure for the more adventurous of epicures.
Apple orchards and wheat fields abound. Cherries, prunes, plums, grapes, peas, peonies, alfalfa, corn and asparagus dominate the areas’ markets. The local neighborhoods and ranches also include grazing cattle, sheep, goats and roaming horses.
Stroll through our 35 acres of park land, bike through the foothills of the Blue Mountains, walk along our orchards, harvest your own cherries, picnic in a vineyard or horseback ride right up to a winery.
Play an 18 hole round of golf, try some of our freshly made truffles from the main street chocolatier house or finish the night off with a double feature at one of the last remaining drive in movie theatres in the country. From gardeners to foodies, wine lovers to lavender harvesters, the athletic to the relaxed, horseback riders to birdwatchers, Milton Freewater has a little something for everyone.