5 Charming Pumpkin Patches Around Seattle You Should Visit This Fall

Jennifer Moreno Jennifer Moreno

Pumpkin Patches Seattle

These pumpkin patches are “fall-tastic”!

Celebrate the beginning of fall at one of these incredible fields! Stroll around the corn mazes, enjoy the family-friendly activities, and take home your very own unique pumpkin!

1. Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Patch

Enjoy an amazing pumpkin patch outing at Bob’s Corn from September to October. This farm offers over 60 varieties of pumpkins spread over 40 acres of land! Take incredible pictures and search for the perfect pumpkin to take home; you can choose between giant orange pumpkins, tall skinny pumpkins, round pumpkins, and even white, ghostly pumpkins. The price of admission also includes fun activities for everyone, like hayrides, access to the play area, food concessions, kids’ activities, a corn maze, and gem mining.

When: September 18 – October 31st

Where: 10917 Elliot Road, Snohomish, WA 98296

Cost: Weekdays $15 / Weekends $20


2. Bailey Family Farm Pumpkin Patch

This field will be open from mid-September to the end of October. Here you’ll have a simple and relaxing experience that emphasizes the pumpkins and simple farm fun. You’ll be able to enjoy all kinds of pumpkins, that will vary in color, texture, shape, and size. Bailey Family Farm showcases their pumpkins in their barn, where you can explore and pick the perfect one for you. Visit during the weekends in October and enjoy free wagon rides, hay runs, farm trikes, kettle corn, and hot cider at an extra cost.

When: mid-September to October (Check their website for more updates)

Where: 12711 Springhetti Road, Snohomish, WA 98296

Cost: No entrance fee to the farm. You pay for the produce you pick.

3. Craven Farm’s Fall Festival

Celebrate the beginning of fall at this incredible pumpkin patch located in Snohomish Valley. Craven Farm provides amazing entertainment for all the family! Navigate through a corn maze, hop on a hayride around the fields, pick your favorite pumpkin, take home autumn decor, and create long-lasting memories with friends and family. Visit during the weekdays and savor cider donuts, stroll around the 15-acre pumpkin maze, visit the adventure maze, play mini-golf, foosball and make your own scarecrow. During the weekends you’ll be able to enjoy all the activities, plus an apple slinger! Tickets are on sale now, so check out their site and plan your visit.


When: September 18 – October 31, 2021

Where: 13817 Shorts School Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290

Cost: Unlimited wristband $22 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) / $15 (Monday-Thursday) / Individual activity tickets are available for purchase


4. Stocker Farms Fall Days

Plan your visit to this U-pick pumpkin patch, and enjoy 10 incredible acres of the farm. Explore their iconic cron maze, handpick your own pumpkin, take insta-worthy pictures at the Pumpkin Barn, have fun at the duck race, climb a rock wall, ride “Crank the Tractor”, visit the sports ball arcade, play Jenga, corn hole, and Tic Tac Toe at this incredible event made for all the members of the family!

When: September 16, 18, 19, and 25 / October 1-31

Where: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296

Cost: Flash Sale begins on September 6 at 8:00 am


5. Novelty Hill Farm Pumpkin Patch and Fall Fun

Enjoy 2 acres of pumpkins still on the vine, explore the 3-acre corn maze, meet some of the farm animals, have fun at the rike track, ride the tractors, and play yard games with your family and friends!

When: September 24 – October 31st, 2021

Where: 26617 Northeast 124th Street, Duvall, Washington 98019

Also, see: 5 Vibrant Sunflower Festivals Around Seattle You Should Visit Right Now

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