It’s October and officially pumpkin patch season in the Pacific Northwest. There are so many great pumpkin patches around Seattle that it’s hard to choose which pumpkin patch/farm to go to. One of my favorite fall activities in the Greater Seattle area is visiting a local pumpkin patch farm.
I’ve visited pumpkin patches both north and south of Seattle. I’ve found that each pumpkin patch/local farm has its own unique pumpkin patch experience. Some pumpkin patches have fire pits you can rent. Other pumpkin patches have lots of great kid activities. Most of the pumpkin patches in the area also have some combination of the pumpkin patch, corn maze, sunflower field, snacks, and food.
If you aren’t sure which pumpkin patch to visit outside of Seattle, this blog post is for you. I hope sharing this list of pumpkin patches outside of Seattle helps you decide which pumpkin patch(es) to visit this season.
Here are eight pumpkin patches to visit outside of Seattle:
#1: Carpinito Bros in Kent, WA
Address: 27508 W Valley Hwy N, Kent, WA 98032
Carpinito Bros is one of my favorite pumpkin patches in Western Washington. I grew up in Federal Way, so Carpinito Bros was the closest pumpkin patch to us.
I think Carpinito Bros has one of the best pumpkin patches. You can pick pumpkins off the vines in the pumpkin patch. Additionally, the $5 U-Pick entrance fee goes towards your cost of pumpkins.
My family also loves Carpinito Bros because the produce stands outside the pumpkin patch. My mom loves to pick up fresh vegetables and kettle corn after we visit the pumpkin patch.
Additionally, Carpinito Bros has a corn maze as well as Farm Fun Yard. The entrance fee for the Farm Fun Yard to see the farm animals is $7. The corn maze entrance fee for 2022 is $11 for adults and $8 for kids.
#2: Spooner Farms in Puyallup, WA
Address: 9710 WA-162, Puyallup, WA 98374
If you haven’t heard of Spooner Farms before, the Spooner Farms family has been farming in the Puyallup Valley since 1882. Their Harvest Festival this year is open from Oct 1st-Oct 31st.
Spooner Farms has some of the cutest pumpkin patch displays I’ve visited. I loved their pumpkin house and the giant spiders (made of hay) in the middle of their pumpkin patches.
One of my favorite things about Spooner Farms was their gift shop. While there isn’t an entrance fee for the pumpkin patch, the 5-acre corn maze is $10 per person. We were surprised to find desserts, holiday décor, and food inside.
If you’re in the Puyallup or nearby cities, here are a few more pumpkin patches recommended by my friends and family. I haven’t been to these pumpkin patches yet, but these pumpkin patches are on my list:
- McMillin Farm: 12517 WA-162, Puyallup, WA 98374
- Maris Farms: 25001 Sumner Buckley Hwy, Buckley, WA 98321
- Picha Farms: 6502 52nd St E, Puyallup, WA 98371
#3: Knutson Farms Inc in Sumner, WA
Address: 16406 78th St E, Sumner, WA 98390
I take my mom to the pumpkin patch every year on her birthday. On her birthday this year, we visited Knutson Farms. I’ve visited Knutson Farms during spring when they have their tulip fields. It was my first time visiting Knutson Farms during the fall.
One thing that stands out to me about The Patch in Knutson Farms is the number of kid activities they offer. There are animals in the barns kids can check out and the Rogers Raceway, where kids can ride their bikes. There are games for kids in the covered areas near the gift shop. There are games for older kids in The Shed Barnyard Fun.
If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch with many kid activities, I recommend checking out Knutson Farms. Admission tickets for the Patch are $15 per person.
#4: Craven Farm in Snohomish, WA
Address: 13817 Short School Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290
One of my favorite Snohomish pumpkin patches is Craven Farms. This pumpkin patch is open from September 17th-October 30th, 2022. Like many other pumpkin patches around the area, Craven Farms does a great job offering snacks and drinks at the farm. You can find kettle corn, donuts, sandwiches, hot cider, and more food at Craven Farms.
I love the pumpkin display at the entrance of Craven Farms. My friend Maddy and I visited this pumpkin patch in 2019 and loved it!
#5: Gordon Skagit Farms in Mount Vernon, WA
Address: 15598 McLean Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Gordon Skagit Farms is one of the most aesthetically beautiful pumpkin patches I’ve visited outside of Seattle. Gordon Skagit Farms is a family-owned farm operating in the Skagit area since 1969.
One of the things that makes Gordon Skagit Farms unique is how their barn is at the center of the experience. They have pumpkin displays all around the barn. There wasn’t an entrance fee when I visited the farm last year. But I did purchase pumpkins to support the farm.
If you live north of Seattle and want to try a pumpkin patch up north, I highly recommend Gordon Skagit Farms.
#6: Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish, WA
Address: 10917 Elliott Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296
Like many Snohomish pumpkin patches, Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm can get busy. There is so much to do at Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Patch. Besides picking pumpkin pumpkins, you can visit the Country Store for treats and fresh produce. You can wander through the corn maze, shoot apples out of the apple cannons, have kids play on the playground, and rent fire pits.
Admission during the weekends is $22 and on weekdays is $17. You can find more pricing information on Bob’s Corn Farm Admission page.
#7: JB Family Growers Pumpkin Farm & Puzzle Patch in Redmond, WA
Address: 15020 NE 124th St, Redmond, WA 98052
If you’re looking for a pet-friendly pumpkin patch, I recommend checking out JB Family Growers in Redmond. This is the first pumpkin patch I’ve seen outside of Seattle that allows dogs to their pumpkin patch season-long.
One of my favorite things about JB Family Growers was the pumpkin displays they had inside their pumpkin patch. They have such a cute display at the entrance of their pumpkin patch.
Ticket prices for the pumpkin patch + sunflower field, + corn maze are $15. A family pass for the pumpkin patch + sunflower field is $35. You can find more information about pricing on their Pumpkin Farm page.
#8: Swans Trail Farms in Snohomish
Address: 7301 Rivershore Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290
Swans Trail Farms is one of the most popular pumpkin patches outside of Seattle and in the Snohomish Area. They do a great job with their pumpkin displays each year as well as offer lots of fun fall activities for families. They also have apple cider, donuts, a cafe, and the Swans Country Store onsite.
Tickets are $15 for during weekdays and $18 per person during the weekends. You can find more information about admissions on their website.
What other Seattle pumpkin patches do you recommend checking out during fall?
For more fall fashion or fall things to do in Seattle, you can also check out:
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Thank you for reading!
Photos: Holly Phan, Jenny Roso Photography, and Maddy Duggan