Reviews of Pumpkin Patches & Fall Activities in Washington & Oregon
Reviews of Pumpkin Patches and Fall Activities in WA & OR
What’s more fun to do in the fall than head to a local pumpkin patch, check out the beauty of the fall leaves or go apple picking or squeeze apples at a cider squeeze?! Here in the Northwest, we have some beautiful farms & other outdoor spots that are perfect for exploring in the autumn!
We’re sharing reviews of our favorite places around the Northwest to visit in the fall for family fun! Readers have also shared their favorite pumpkin patches, farm tours & more. These are some of the farms that we have visited over the years to give you a better idea of what to expect. Also, be sure to check out our Master list of Pacific Northwest Fall Festivals & Pumpkin Patches – Western Washington for a bigger round up of places to explore this time of the year!
Skagit Valley Festival of Family Farms Pumpkin Patches - Skagit Valley The farm tours take place the first weekend in October – . It takes both days to visit all of the farms or you can pick & choose the farms you want to see. It is a leisurely tour that you can customize to your own tastes.
Carpinito Bros Pumpkin Patch is located down in the Auburn / Kent Valley area (took over the old Smith Bros. dairy farm down there). This past year they expanded their pumpkin patch to offer lots of family activities too. They have a great corn maze, vegetable stand, hay rides, animals to feed, tractors hay mazes and so much more!
The Thomas farm in Snohomish was tons of fun for the entire family, There was a pumpkin patch, corn mazes (for big kids and little kids) big truck rides, train rides, gold mining, zombie events and more,
Hunters Pumpkin Patch in Union Washington is full of fun for the family, There are Hayrides, Corn maze, Hay maze, The pumpkin thrower, Farmers market type stand, Fresh kettle korn, Fresh corn on cob grilled, Sausage, Photo areas with cut outs
Farm animals to touch and sometimes to name and more!
Jubilee Farm Pumpkin Patch in Carnation Wa - There are no entrance fees & hayrides are also free, so this makes for a great day of visiting the farm animals, picking out a pumpkin in the patch & perusing the barn store at the farm.
Creek House Farm in Port Orchard, Wa offers an organic heirloom pumpkin patches! You will also find "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) and more.
Thomasson Family Farm & Pumpkin Patch in Enumclaw, WA is always a crowd favorite. There is lots to do at this pumpkin farm and we have often been invited to October birthday parties being celebrated here. Check out the Kids Korral play area complete with bubble table, duck water racing, a variety of tractors to climb and explore, slides, etc. There's a corn pit, plus a variety of small farm animals to visit with. There are fresh-made snacks available for purchase. and more.
Scholtz Farm Pumpkin Palace Patch in Pierce County gets best pick for most frugal fun! All of the activities at Scholz are FREE – you do not pay for any activities – you only pay for the items in their retail section & store (pumpkins, seasonal items – corn stalks, hay bales, all sorts our gourds, produce, etc).
Trinity Farms in Issaquah Wa is a family favorite for us. Its up on Tiger Mt and the air is crisp, and scenery beautiful. Its not as large as some of the other pumpkin patches around so the crowds tend to be smaller. There are generally a few bouncy houses, a log cabin gift shop, train rides, fire pit and more. Its also a Christmas Tree farm, so be sure to get the scoop on visiting with Santa and coming back for a Christmas tree while you are there!