Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm, Snohomish Hop on the free hayride to get to the 40-acre pumpkin patch featuring more than 60 types of the orange treasures. Plan a night visit to the corn maze, where you can also rent one of its 18 fire pits and explore the labyrinth by flashlight.
Past corn maze themes include Captain Phil Harris from “Deadliest Catch,” the vampires of “Twilight” and Seattle Seahawks’ player Marsh awn Lynch. Enjoy lunch and snacks among gorgeous views of Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley, watch some of the farm’s cattle, pigs, sheep, turkeys, chickens and ducks in action and take home some local, organic produce.
Two themed corn mazes, a hay maze for littler ones and a barn full of furry farm friends add extra fun for kids while parents can stock up on seasonal farm-grown favorites at the produce stand (Carping’s sweet corn is always a crowd pleaser). Mitzi Farms, Vancouver One admission ticket to Mitzi Farms' PumpkinPatch and Harvest Festival during weekends in October gets you one pumpkin (any size you can carry) and access to the corn maze, baby animals and children’s activities such as a pedal-tractor driving, calf roping, pumpkin launching and corn shelling and grinding.
One of my favorite things to do with my kids each fall is taken them to a pumpkin patch to pick out pumpkins to decorate our front porch. This farm is located in Kent, Washington, and offers a pumpkin patch, corn maze, kids’ activities and more.
Only a 45-minute drive from Seattle, Foster’s PumpkinPatch offers a 10 acre pumpkin patch, 10 acre corn mazes, animal barn, pumpkin slingshot, and apple cannon blaster. In addition to a pumpkin patch their attractions include a haunted maze, Spooky the Square Pumpkin, a corn train, cow train, calf roping practice, and more.
Creek House Farm, located in Port Orchard, Washington, claims to be the home of the personalized pumpkin. Their activities include farm animals, a hay ride, and a pumpkin play area.
Bill’s Berry Farm is favorite tourist attraction in Grandview, Washington. They welcome field trips for preschool, kindergarten, and grade school aged children.
In addition to a pumpkin patch, their harvest fair also includes a straw-bale maze, straw jump, pyramid, grain play pit, obstacle course, giant teddy bear, many games, and the farm animal petting zoo. It’s pumpkin patch season in Washington, otherwise known as the most wonderful time of the year for the autumn lovers among us.
Since our state is an agricultural mecca, you’ll have your choice of places to enjoy a hayride, pick out your Halloween pumpkins and embrace the fall festivities. This isn’t a complete list of every pumpkin patch in Washington, but these are definitely some of the best and most highly rated options statewide.
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If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here: onlyinyourstate.com/nominate If you have little ones, this farm has all they could ever need: a pumpkin patch, hayrides, farm animals, a hay bale maze, corn bin, pony rides, train rides, trick-or-treating, ATVs and huge inflatables.
While you're at it, check out the barn animals, enjoy a fresh donut, explore the corn maze and go for a hayride (offered weekends only). On Saturdays and Sundays in October, little ones can meet with Anna and Elsa from Frozen.
Rem linger Farms is only open on the weekends (10-6 until October 30), and you could easily spend an entire day enjoying all they offer. Between the steam train, pony rides, 4-H barnyard, hayrides, farm theater and blow up bouncers, your entire family will enjoy the experience.
This charming pumpkin patch is open 7 days a week and offers hayrides on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This year's pumpkin crop is their best one yet, and their corn maze is both fun and challenging.
Union Gap Corn Maze and PumpkinPatch, Yakima area They offer a corn maze, pumpkin slingshots, pedal karts and pony rides, farm animals, face painting, a kids barn and duck races.
The pumpkin patch is open daily from 9-6, and admission is free (activity and pumpkin costs vary). You can sip freshly made apple cider while you pick out your pumpkins, shop for produce and hop on a hayride at Joe's Place.
Country Mercantile started as a small produce stand, and now they supply the entire TRI Cities area with fresh fruits and veggies throughout the year. Their annual PumpkinPatch Festival includes corn mazes, straw bale mazes, straw bale pyramids and a tractor pulled wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch.
Every year, Becerra Gardens hosts a Harvest Maze and PumpkinPatch that's open on weekends from 10-6 through Halloween. Maris Farms has it all: Pumpkins, gourds, cornstalk bundles, hay bales and carving kits.
Their awesome list of activities includes farm animals, a maze, riding in a real life Monster Truck, hayrides, zip lines, pig and duck races and a super-sized jump pillow, plus pony rides, a pedal cart track and The Haunted Woods. This 180-acre farm, located in the Ni squally Valley in Olympia, hosts an annual Harvest Festival every October.
Jessica Wick is a writer and travel enthusiast who loves exploring new places, meeting new people and, of course, beautiful Big Sky Country and every part of Washington State. 24 reviews “We hit the end of the season but will probably end up making weekly visits next Spring, my 4-year-old was had a blast.” See all Wegener Farms reviews.
15604 Sugar land Rd, Mooresville, MD “This place is a gem, and they are doing a great job of handling COVID-19 while still keeping this a fun place for kids and families to visit.” In 5 reviews.
14917 James Monroe Hwy, Leesburg, VA “My daughter was thrilled to be able to pick her own strawberries ... and I love that now she understands where they come from!” In 4 reviews.
3915 Hallowing Point Rd, Prince Frederick, MD “This place is more of a gift shop with food trucks they used to have a lot more produce, but it is still a nice place to stop.” In 2 reviews.
Name: DePaul's Urban Farm Address: 2599 Chain Bridge Road, Vienna, VA 22181Attractions: Buy seasonal plants, pumpkins, apples and cider. Hours: Open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Pricing: Free. Phone: 703-537-0744Website: DePaul's Urban Farm View Gallery It's time to start enjoying some harvest festivals and pumpkin patches.
We've narrowed down the field to the nine best patches (complete with farm fun) to explore this harvest season throughout the Puget Sound region. Pack extra boots and bring cash as not every location accepts cards.
Be sure to check ahead before heading out as farms sometimes change their hours based on field and weather conditions. Find 45-acres of pumpkin patches and a 12-acre Washington State shaped corn maze at this fall harvest-themed farm located on the Snohomish River just 45 minutes from Seattle.
Enjoy fall fun with wagon rides, a petting farm, live duck races, 3-story hay bar, 40-foot slide, U-Pick Apple Orchard and Farmer Ben's Famous Four Little Pigs Show. The maze winds through 10 acres of tall corn with 15 fire pits (all of which are preservable) placed throughout the field.
Find the perfect pumpkin, take a train ride, pet animals, ride ponies, roast s'mores, play in the corn bin and explore the Farm Village during the Fox Hollow Farm's Fall Festival. The farm offers reserved sessions for the Fall Festival which sell out fast at this popular location.
Old-fashioned harvest entertainment can be found at Rem linger Farms with their steam train ride, antique cars, 4-H barnyard animals and hay maze. The toddler play area, flying pumpkins ride pedal go-carts and inflatable slide are barrels of fun.
Find more than 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, squash and ornamental corn at Sooner Farms. The farm's Harvest Festival hosts a corn maze, pumpkin slingshots, pedal karts, pony rides, face painting, duck races and a kids' barn.
The newly updated farm stand has plenty of treats including locally grown fruits and veggies, gourmet food, cheese, bread, dairy and Northwest wines and brews. This operating family dairy farm hosts a large selection of pumpkins, bubble table, duck races, cattle roping, sandbox and slides.