Tarryall Mountain Farms

Educational, sustainable and high altitude farm located in the Tarryall Mountains of Colorado. Summer produce, historic homestead and managed recreation. Ongoing development to restore historic homesteads on the property, manage invasive weeds, and create innovative sustainable techniques for high altitude small scale farming and resource management. Produce sold at the farm (weekends 11-4 through mid July- September) and at local farmers markets and donated to deserving local organizations. Educational workshops offered periodically. Opportunities for volunteers and internships throughout the summer months.

Listing last updated on Sep 23, 2011

High quality naturally grown produce available mid summer through September including potatoes, carrots, lettuce, spinach, peas, arugula, turnips, kale, chard, radishes, dill, cilantro, Chinese cabbage, mustard, beets, fennel and garden sorrel.



Schedule and Location:

Saturdays/Sundays 11 am- 4 pm at the farm located 17 miles north of Lake George on County Road 77. Farm located at mile marker 25.



Latest Reviews


Friendly and informative growers, profound beauty, and beautiful, beautiful produce! I've been talking about this place the entire week, since I found it. Thank you for being there!


I haven't been to the farm, but I am a faithful customer at the Woodland Park Farmer's Market. Tarryall Farms has brought to that farmer's market Items that I've wanted and couldn't figure out why no-one brought/farmed them. Thank you, TF!


Visiting Tarryall Mountain Farms is as good for the soul as it is for the body. The scenery alone is worth the trip--even at $4 a gallon. We purchased Russian kale, chard, arugula, carrots, a red and a green lettuce, and the most fabulous potatoes I've ever tasted!!! These pink fleshed potatoes are absolutely delicous roasted! I can't wait for next Sunday to go and get some more.

See All Reviews