Heading to KushMart from Canada

The #1 Stop After The Border

Heading to KushMart from Canada

When you’re on a road trip, getting grass is like getting gas, meaning the further you get it from a big city, the better off you’ll be. So when heading down I-5 on the way to Seattle from Canada, herb-friendly travelers know to stop at Everett’s KushMart before heading downtown. Located right off Evergreen Way, and well outside the beginning of Emerald City congestion, it’s the perfect, no-hassle place to stock up on Washington’s best legal weed.

There’s no residency requirement in Washington, so 21-year-old Canadian customers will be stoked to find KushMart’s entire stock available available for purchase. Recently, the shop has seen the return of our super-popular Phat Panda joints, rolled with potent strains like Gorilla Glue, Bubba’s Gift, and F?#k Yeah. If you’ve ever used the phrase, “there’s no kill like overkill,” these jumbo joints are right up your alley.

Obviously, there are plenty of Washington destinations which can be much improved with a little THC. So whether you’re heading into Seattle to check out a punk band at the Crocodile Cafe, see a touring musical at the Paramount, or even heading to the slopes at at Steven’s or Snoqualmie Pass, KushMart will make sure you’re covered for your entire time in the Evergreen State.

Regardless of where you’re going, Canadian visitors will be hard-pressed to find a dispensary more convenient than KushMart. The shop is open from 10 A.M. until 10 P.M. every day, and is located just minutes off the interstate, which makes stopping by a breeze. Unlike many places in Seattle, KushMart also features plenty of parking, which means customers can be back on the road in less time than it’d take to find a parking spot in Seattle. And as we said, everything, including marijuana, is more expensive further south, so smart shoppers who stop at KushMart will save money as well as time. We call that a win-win.

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