Puget Sound Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes and U-Pick Apple Farms

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Puget Sound Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes & U-Pick Apple Farms

Fall is in the air (yay!) and if you’re hoping to take your family on a fun outing this fall, here’s an extensive list of Puget Sound Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes & U-Pick Apple Farms for your reference. Remember that apples on actual farms are much more seasonal than apples in stores. I also recommend that you call ahead as hours and availability can change.

Please note that this post has been updated for the 2017 season.

Jefferson County

Wilderbee Farm. (223 Cook Ave, Port Townsend, 360-379-2434). Offers U-pick pumpkins in October. Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Certified organic; other products are available for purchase.

King County

Baxter Barn. (31929 SE 44th St, Fall City, 425-765-7883). Offers pumpkin tour field trips for $5/person by appointment only. Visit with the farm animals or create and paint something to take home. Kids get a free pumpkin in October with a parent.

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Carpinito Brothers. (6868 S 277th St, Kent, 253-854-5692). The pumpkin patch, corn maze and farm fun yard opens on September 29th and will run daily through Halloween. Family-owned and operated for over 50 years.

Fall City Farms. (3636 Neal Road, Fall City, 425-246-5249). Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October (hours vary) and opening day is September 30th. They have pumpkins, squash and a store full of goodies. Watch cider being pressed and visit with the farm animals.

First Light Farm & Learning Center. (8710 Ames Lake-Carnation Road NE, Carnation, 206-719-8602). This eco-friendly farm has U-pick fields and is open weekends in October from 10am – 4pm. Pumpkin prices range from $5-20. Fall activities are available including making scarecrows, hayrides, and s’mores roasting.

Fox Hollow Farm. (12123 Issaquah Hobart Rd SE, Issaquah, 425-996-0575). Open starting 29, then select days and weekends through October. See this calendar. Activities include an enormous hay maze, train rides, corn bin, pony rides, hay rides, and a pumpkin patch. Admission is $50/family (up to 7 people) on weekends or $10/person weekdays.

Jubilee Biodynamic Farm. (229 W. Snoqualmie River Rd. NE, Carnation, 425-222-4558). Offers September harvest tours as well as October pumpkin tours as well as U-pick pumpkin weekends every Saturday and Sunday during October, 10am – 5pm.

Mosby Farms. (12754 SE Green Valley Road, Auburn, 253-939-7666). Pumpkin patch is open September 30 – October 30, 10am-dusk. Corn maze entrance is $9/adult, $6/kid, under 3 free. Print a coupon for $2 off maze admission (valid for up to 4 people).

Oxbow Organic and Education Center. (10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE, Carnation, 425-788-1134). Organic farm offering farm education programs for kids of all ages. The U-pick pumpkin patch and kids’ farm is open to visitors Saturdays and Sundays between October 7th – 29th 10am – 5pm.

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Remlinger Farms. (32610 N.E. 32nd Street, Carnation, 425-333-4135). Pumpkin U-pick is every weekend and Friday September 23 through October 29. Their Country Fair Fun Park has over 25 rides and attractions geared especially for children. (The photo above was taken at a family visit to Remlinger Farms. It’s a great location for the little ones in particular.)

Serres Farm. (20306 NE 50th St, Redmond, 425-868-3017). The corn maze and U-pick pumpkin patch opened September 23rd; you can also purchase gourds, corn, ornamental and other fall decorations.

Thomasson Family Farm(38223 236th Avenue SE, Enumclaw, 360-802-0503). Activities include a Kids Korral, U-pick pumpkins, corn maze, tractor train rides, hop-along horse race, pumpkin sling shot and more. Open daily from October 1-31 from 9:30 am – 5:30 pm.

Tracy’s Roadside Produce. (23112 SE 436th St, Enumclaw, 360-825-1250). This website doesn’t appear to have been updated in awhile, so I’d definitely call before driving out.

Two Brothers Pumpkins. (7110 310th Ave NE, Carnation, 425-333-4313). Offers U-pick pumpkins along with a variety of crops. Visit the farm animals and pick pumpkins and gourds of many sizes. The pumpkin patch is open daily from 9:30am-6pm starting September 29.

Kitsap County

Pheasant Fields Farm. (13274 Clear Creek Road, Silverdale, 360-697-6224). This is a family-run, working farm that serves up farm fresh produce and good old-fashioned family-oriented fun. They’re open daily from October 1-31. If you’re there to visit the corn maze, download this coupon for $2 off admission.

The Pumpkin Patch at Creek House Farm. (6060 E. Collins Rd., Port Orchard, 360-871-7267). This is a small family farm that is well suited to younger kiddos. They raise organic, heirloom pumpkins and are open weekends and Fridays starting September 29 at noon for U-pick pumpkins, farm animals, autumn crafts, a hay ride, pumpkin play area, and lots of photo opportunities.

Pierce County

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Double R Farms (formerly known as Richen Farms). (5820 44th Street East, Puyallup, 253-227-5385). Offers a 5-acre corn maze in October and a large selection of pumpkins. Free tractor pulled hay rides on the weekends and live animals for the kids to see. Hours and days aren’t posted, so I’d definitely call ahead.

Maris Farms. (25001 Sumner-Buckley Hwy, Buckley, 253-862-2848). Opening September 30 and running through October 31, this farm has a 5+ acre corn field maze (this year has a Snoopy theme) and an 8+ acre pumpkin patch. Stop by for more than 20 activities included with your daytime admission (and even more on weekends). See website for information on special events and promotions/deals, including military & teacher appreciation days.

Picha Farms. (6502 52nd St E, Puyallup, 253-841-4443). Opening day will be September 30 and hours will be weekends through October 10 to 6 and weekdays 3 to 6. Fall activities include U-pick pumpkins, a 7-acre corn maze (with trivia questions), slingshot, hayride, treats for purchase, and more. The most current information seems to be available on their Facebook page.

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Scholz Farm. (14310 128th St E, Puyallup, 253-848-7604). This fourth-generation working farm offers U-pick pumpkins, a free corn maze, farm animals, and more. Educational farm tours are available during October. We’ve personally gone here in the past for preschool field trips – it’s a great place to choose if you’re looking for something that’s a little less busy. Pumpkin Palace officially kicks off October 1st this year.

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Spooner Farms. (9622 State Route 162 East, Puyallup, 253-840-2059). Family-owned farm since 1882. Offers U-pick pumpkins, gourds and squash– both edible and ornamental. They also have a giant themed corn maze, homemade caramel apples, animals, an activity barn, pumpkin sling shots, and more. The picture above was from our visit a few years ago. Word to the wise, this popular pumpkin patch can get VERY busy. So plan on packing some patience when you go or get there early. Opening day is September 30 and the event runs through October 30.

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Wild Hare Organic Farm (formerly known as Terry’s Berries). (4520 River Road, Tacoma, 253-922-1604). School groups can schedule a fall educational tour where kids will go on a hayride and learn where real food comes from, visit the animals, and harvest organic produce and pumpkins to take home. Cost is $8/child with a 10-child or $80 minimum. Tours are booked on a first-come, first-serve basis; more details here.

Skagit County

Jones Creek Farms. (32260 Burrese Rd, Sedro Woolley, 360-391-3904). Offers U-pick apples during the season (approximately August-September). You can also pick pears, Asian pears, plums, pumpkins and winter squash.

Schuh Farms(15565 State Rte 536, Mount Vernon, 360-424-6982). Offers U-pick pumpkins and seasonal produce as well as paid and free homestead and pumpkin patch activities.

Snohomish County

Bailey Vegetables & Pumpkin Patch. (12711 Springhetti Rd, Snohomish, 360-568-8826). U-pick Jonagold apples available September 30 – October 1. The pumpkin patch is open weekends in October 10 am – 5 pm, with weekend activities available including a free play barn and wagon rides.

Biringer’s Black Crow Pumpkins & Corn Maze. (2431 Hwy 530 NE, Arlington, 360-435-5616). I’m not sure of this year’s dates, but last year it was open October 1 – 31. Keep an eye on their Facebook page! Explore the pumpkin patch and the 5-acre corn maze. There is also a kiddie hay maze, kiddie slides, covered wagon for picks, and free trolley rides to U-pick pumpkins. Several commenters on their Facebook page have noted this is a dog-friendly patch.

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm. (10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish, 360-668-2506). Pumpkin patch is open starting the last weekend in September (beginning Fridays at 3pm) through the end of October. Lots of fall family activities available including a 10-acre corn maze, school tours, birthday parties, bonfire and picnic area and more.

Carleton Farm. (630 Sunnyside Blvd SE, Lake Stevens, 425-334-2297). Fall festivities run Saturdays & Sundays September 30 – October 31 10 am – 6 pm, including a pumpkin patch, corn maze, kids area, fire pits, and more. No general admission charge; just pay for what you like.

Craven Farm. (13817 Shorts School Road, Snohomish, 360-568-2601). Fall festival runs September 23 – October 31 daily from 9:30am-dusk (5:30). Activites include a 20-acre pumpkin patch, 15-acre corn maze, pumpkin adventure, hay ride, farm animals, and more.

Fairbank Farm. (15308 52nd Ave. W, Edmonds, 425-743-3694). Pumpkin farm open on weekends starting September 30 – October 31 from 10 am – 5 pm; reservations required for weekdays. Buy pumpkins and see the animals. There’s also a vegetable garden, “maize maze” and Hay Tunnel. This looks like a good bet for younger kiddos. They do not accept credit or debit cards.

The Farm at Swan’s Trail. (7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish, 425-334-4124). Offers a 45-acre pumpkin patch, Washington State corn maze, petting farm, wagon rides, U-pick apple orchard, live duck races, and a pig show. Open daily beginning in September 24 through October 31. General admission and parking is free and includes some activities.

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Foster’s Produce & Corn Maze. (5818 SR 530 NE, Arlington, 360-435-6516). Offers a 10-acre U-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze, pumpkin activities, and more. Opens September 30 and runs through October 31.

Skipley Farm. (7228 Skipley Rd, Snohomish, 206-679-6576). Organic pick your own apples, nursery, and classes. Opens October 5th.

Stocker Farms. (8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, 360-568-7391). The country market is open daily with a traditional pumpkin patch, but they also have a weekend family pumpkin park with a 10-acre pumpkin patch and 10-acre corn maze. Admission is $12.95 ($12 online) and includes lots of fun activities. Now open.

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Thomas Family Farm. (9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish, 360-568-6945). The October Fallfest features both daytime and nighttime activities including gem mining, 10-acre corn maze, 0.5-mile kiddie maze, and a Zombie Paintball Hayride…? (I think I’ll pass on that last one.) See the calendar for exact dates and times open this year.

Thurston County

Hunter Family Farm. (7401 Yelm Hwy. SE, Olympia, 360-456-0466). Open starting September 30 – October 31 daily. There is no cost for admission; tickets are sold for activities which include wagon rides, hay maze with giant slide, giant corn maze, junior corn maze, and lots more.

Lattin’s Country Cider Mill & Farm. (9402 Rich Road SE, Olympia, 360-491-7328). The Apple Festival starts the last weekend in September and runs every weekend through October. Parking is $5/vehicle, otherwise there is no admission charge. Pick your own pumpkins, sample apples, visit farm animals, and enjoy lots of other fall activities.

Pigman’s Organic Produce Patch. (10633 Steilacoom Road SE, Olympia, 360-491-3276). Offers U-pick pumpkins in October. The website has not been updated since January 2017, and it appears the owners have had some challenges, so I would reach out by phone if you’d like to visit.

Rutledge Corn Maze. (302 93rd Ave SE, Olympia, 360-357-3700). Offers an 8-acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, haunted attractions, and more. Pumpkin patch opens October 1 and runs through October 31.

Schilter Family Farm. (141 Nisqually Cutoff Road SE, Olympia, 360-459-4023). In the fall, they offer a harvest festival with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and more. They open September 30 and run daily through October 31 from 10 am – 6 pm (closing 4 pm on Halloween).

Whatcom County

Apple Creek Orchard. (5367 Barr Road, Ferndale, 360-384-0915). Open for apple picking on September 30 through October 29. Jonagold apples are $0.75/lb. or $15 for a 5 gallon bucket; carts are provided but bring your own boxes.

BelleWood Acres. (6140 Guide Meridian, Lynden, 360-318-7720). Offers U-pick apples, a cider press, and pumpkins. They also have lots of special events including Friday Fish Frys.

Will you be visiting a Puget Sound farm this harvest season? Any traditions your family has for harvest time? And, if you’ve visited and can vouch for any of the farms noted above, I’d love it if you would consider leaving a comment for other pumpkin-patch goers!

9 thoughts on “Puget Sound Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes and U-Pick Apple Farms”

  1. My husband and I have gone to Craven Farms in Sohomish the last two years. I was a day past my due date last year and the woman selling the tickets for the corn maze told me not to get too lost, just in case ;). We will take our 11 month old daughter there this year to pick her first pumpkin. She missed being born on Halloween by only 43 minutes but I still suspect it will be her favorite holiday.

    I thought the prices were reasonable but all we have paid for was coffee, hot cider, and the maze. Entry is free and there is a small petting zoo that is free and we just enjoy walking and looking around at all the pumpkins. Parking was good. I recommend going early in the day before it gets crowded and be sure to wear boots and pants that you don’t mind getting muddy. Everyone who worked there was kind and helpful.

    • Thank you so much for advocating for this farm and sharing your experiences! Appreciated.

      Hope your daughter enjoys her time! 🙂

  2. The Farm at Swan’s Trail in Snohomish is my absolute favorite. Free entry and there is a free kids’ play area, animal viewing and petting area, duck races, etc that are free. You can pay for pumpkins (always cheaper than advertised if you buy more than one), apple orchard picking, a giant corn maze in the shape of Washington state, hay maze, food, fishing, hay ride, and specialty kids’ area.

  3. I think Fosters is the one with the crazy goat that hangs out on the 2nd floor balcony of the faux Western storefront. You buy some food pellets for 25c, put it in a coffee can that’s hanging from the top and the goat pulls it up and feeds himself. It’s hilarious!

    • That sounds like a lot of fun! I love how each of these places has its own special quirks. Thanks for sharing.

  4. In Thurston county, I love Ashley Creek Farm! It’s the cutest real pumpkin farm and I buy all of my pumpkins from them :). Lattins is also a favorite! They have the best homemade apple fritters and it’s fun to feed the animals (buy feed at the store). Both are great experiences for different reasons!!!

  5. our family has gone to Spooner Farms for over 10 years. It has gained popularity and gets extremely busy! weekdays are slower, but many activities are closed weekdays, so I still suggest going on the weekend. Bring Boots, its always muddy!
    The corn maze has gotten expensive over the years, but they do a great job at making it unique and have a new theme every year.

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