We are featuring a series of pumpkin patch & fall farm activity reviews with you this month from readers as well as our reviews. If you’d like to share your favorite pumpkin patch or fall farm activity, submit a pumpkin patch review through our form and if we use your review, we will send you a $10 Amazon Gift Card.
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Creek House Farm & Pumpkin Patch
Creek House Farm is located in Port Orchard, WA, where they raise 20 varieties of organic, heirloom pumpkins. They offer U-pick pumpkins, farm animals to visit with, hay rides, pumpkin play area, & fall crafts.
Highlights of Creek House Farm & Pumpkin Patch:
Creek House Farms has rows upon rows of various types of beautiful pumpkins including organic and heirloom varieties. Kids will enjoy getting to know the farm animals, taking a wagon hay ride & swinging on the rope swing.
Recommended Ages for the Pumpkin Patch:
All ages, though the farm’s kids play area (Kids Korral) would probably be best suited for 2-12.
Review of the Pumpkin Patch:
Creekhouse Farm is a favorite of ours. On a nice day, we can spend hours walking through the fields & taking those colorful pumpkin patch photos. The family there truly enjoys having families stay, play & visit.
I love having a great patch right in the heart of Kitsap County. There is a “pumpkin” play area and autumn crafts for kids. The Harvest sells some yummy fall treats (like fudge!) and the Garden Gate Craft Cottage sells handmade crafts (soaps, etc).
Thank you to a Thrifty NW Mom reader for this review – we’d love to send you your $10 Amazon gift card, but you didn’t leave a name or email address! Please email us at thriftynorthwestmom (at) gmail (dot) com with your information.
We’d love to hear from you if you’ve visited Creek House Farm & Pumpkin Patch & what your experience was like!
You can also find a BIG list of Northwest Fall Festivals and Pumpkin Patches to use as a resource for finding a fun family outing for the fall near you. If you’re on the hunt to check out the beautiful changing of the leaves, here are a few of the best places to view the autumn colors around the Northwest.
Here are more reviews of pumpkin patches for you to check out:
- Thomasson Family Farm & Pumpkin Patch – Enumclaw, WA
- Skagit Valley Festival of Farms – Skagit Valley, WA
- Scholz Farm – Sumner/Orting, WA
- Trinity Farms – Issaquah, WA