Greenbank Farm and Pie!

Come walk the off-leash trails at Greenbank Farm. We'll meet and walk for an hour or so, and then those who want to can end up at the Whidbey Pies Cafe for-what else- pie!
Meet at the north end of the Greenbank Farm parking lot. There are bathrooms and water for dogs. The trails are mowed through open fields and climb the hill to a great view of both Saratoga Passage and Admiralty Inlet (both sides of Whidbey Island.) Off leash 500 feet from the parking lot.

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  • Beth & R.

    sorry we got there so late but it was fun to see and meet more corgis and the pie is always good.

    October 4

  • Kim B.

    Always a great time and the weather was perfect!!!! Of course we came home with a pie and some wine!!!

    October 4

  • Judith

    We were looking forward to this, but I'm "under the weather". Hope to catch you next time.

    October 3

  • Sherry M.

    Thorgi is in Saturday trick training class and loving it. We were so looking forward to Greenbank Farm And Pie that I'm going to have to go there on another day and do it by myself.

    October 3

  • Bobbie M.

    Confirmed- October 4, 10:30 am. October 4th is the Feast of St. Francis.

    September 22

  • Bobbie M.

    Well- I have to check this out as the blurb I read says Oct 4 but then says after Sunday mass...

    September 22

  • Bobbie M.

    For anyone interested- October 4th is also the Blessing of the Pets at St. Mary's in Coupeville.

    Saturday, October 4th @ 10:30 a.m.

    St. Mary’s Catholic Church
    207 North Main Street, Coupeville

    Coupeville is about ten minutes from Greenbank and has many good restaurants where you could find lunch between events. (Or plan lunch at the Pies Cafe.)

    September 22

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