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Remlinger Farms offers exciting Part Time and Full Time Seasonal Employment in a fun, family environment!

Our seasonal employment opportunities run from May through October each year. Positions are available for employment with our Pony Barn, Country Fair Fun Park, Corporate Picnics, October Tours and October Harvest Festival; the Restaurant, Snack Bar, and Farm Market; and our U-Pick Fields. Our farm also offers seasonal management positions that can be a great resume builder!

You must be at least 14 years old to work at the farm and must be available to work weekends to be considered for employment.

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Love it. A great place to work for a first time or summer job.

J. Baldridge ~ Facebook

Everyone that works there is SO nice and so helpful! We really enjoyed the day! Thank You Remlinger for providing our community with such a kid friendly safe environment!

J. Lindemulder ~ Facebook

We love Remlinger Farms!!

T. Gilbert ~ Facebook

Meet the team...


Meet Diane...

Diane Hart is a vital part of the “heart” of Remlinger Farms. No task is to big or too small to warrant Diane’s undivided attention. Diane has literally grown up on the Farm. Diane and her husband Will are the third generation of the Remlinger family to lead Remlinger Farms. At any given time you may find Diane and Will’s children Trevor, Tyler and Trenton participating in the family activities at the farm.


Meet Cheryl...

Let me see just how can we describe Cheryl? One of the busiest bees on the farm is our very own Cheryl. If you have come across her at the farm then you will probably remember her by her friendly smile and helpful ways. Cheryl is a vital part of all operations at Remlinger Farms and if you are unsure of where to start with your inquiries she is the perfect person!


Meet our Restaurant Staff...

Very rarely do you visit a family restaurant like the one here at Remlinger Farms where you are being served by several generations of actual family! Here at Remlinger Farms it is not uncommon to have your wait staff as well as your chef a mother and child team, working to serve you like they have invited you to their home for a home cooked meal. Be sure to stop by on your next visit and say hi to the family.

A bit about the Family behind our Family Farm ...

It was the summer of 1965 when Gary and Bonnie Remlinger began realizing their dream of opening their own road side produce stand.

When Gary finished college, his father turned over the wholesale corn business to him. With fresh picked corn being brought in from Eastern Washington to sell wholesale, Gary had the idea of also selling corn in gunny sacks for $1.00 per sack to local folks. To his delight, this clever idea brought new customers to the farm from all over the Greater Seattle area.

When Gary's father, Floyd Remlinger, fully retired, Gary took over all aspects of running the family farm. Many a bright and sometimes risky idea has contributed to the growth of Remlinger Farms since then. In the wholesale strawberry business, one year the farm's primary buyer dropped out of the Washington-grown strawberry market in favor of the longer shelf life of the California strawberry. With over 100 acres of ripe strawberries to sell, Gary advertised and opened up a "first and best fruits" U-Pick. Into the fields strawberry lovers came!

By responding to visitor requests for more choices of fruits and vegetables in the fruit stand, the farm began to grow. Pumpkins, the first crop that Gary and Bonnie grew as a newly married couple, have continued to play a major role in farm activities. Now each October, schools from the Northwest Washington area visit the farm for educational weekday tours. Every October weekend the farm holds the northwest's largest Harvest Festival, bringing families from far and wide to join in the family festivities.

Diane (Remlinger) & Will Hart, and their sons
Trevor, Tyler & Trenton

What began over 30 years ago as a humble produce stand has grown into a 200 acre tourist center offering a full service restaurant, bakery, ice cream parlor, large picnic areas, U-Pick fields, Birthday Party Packages, fun and educational tours and Country Fair Fun Park. The farm annually hosts more than 200,000 visitors from all over the world. Remlinger Farms is also famous for its pies and other products which are sold commercially in over 200 Northwest grocery stores.

At its heart, Remlinger Farms has not changed its original purpose. It is still a family owned and operated working farm with a produce stand. Gary's love of the land and Bonnie's love of animals sets the stage for everything that goes on at the farm. Gary still plows the fields and harvests the crops while Bonnie watches over the farm's animals and continually produces ideas to educate young children about the history and future of farming.

Daughter Diane and her husband Will are very active in the operation and management of the farm, overseeing the office, restaurant, and corporate picnics. Will has worked 20 years in sales prior to coming to Remlinger Farms, and is enjoying the challenges of Remlinger Farms, not to mention the additional time with his wife and family.