Where to Find Pumpkin Patches Near Seattle (Fall 2023)

Take your people to a pumpkin patch 🎃

Adult woman (30s) attempts and struggles to lift and to pick up a giant pumpkin from a pumpkin patch. Smiling and laughing and having fun

Published September 2022 | Updated September 2023

Welcome to the cozy season, folks. In the Pacific Northwest, it’s a lifestyle. Across the region, people are burrowing their heads into Carhartt beanies, ordering PSLs, and gearing up for one of October’s best traditions: pumpkin patches

If you went to a farmer’s market this summer, you know Seattle is insanely close to a thriving agricultural community. Local gourd-growers go all-out with festive extras like haunted corn mazes, fire pit rentals, and live music. Carpool to one of these patches to pick your perfect pumpkin—mini ornamental baby boos? a giant blue Cinderella?—and go home a little happier.

Don’t forget your boots 🥾

Pumpkin patches can get muddy after even a little rain. Bring a waterproof pair that you don’t mind getting dirty, and some clean sneakers to slip on later. If you’re in a large group, lay out a tarp or plastic trash bag in your trunk to stash your muddy boots.

Stocker Farms

8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish

 
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📍 Stocker Farms: 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish
📅 September 16th – 17th, 23rd – 24th, September 30th – October 31st 
🎟️ Tickets here

This generations-old family farm is a full-on agritourism experience. The Cascade Mountains set behind aesthetic touches—they have a postcard-worthy pumpkin barn—makes this an ideal place for holiday photos. An abundance of active, low-tech playware like zip lines and jumping pillows are grounds for a tablet-free day. The 2023 corn maze will include donations to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington and Alaska. On Sunday nights in October starting on the 8th, stick around for the fireworks extravaganza at 7:30 pm.

Last time we checked, advance midweek tickets to their Fall Festival are $15.95, and weekend tickets are $21.95. Pumpkin cannons and hayrides are available on Saturdays and Sundays. Skip admission if you want to head straight to the patch. You pay for the pumpkins you pick to take home. In the evenings, visit haunted corn trails, “Stalker” Farms.

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm

10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish

📍 Bob’s Corn: 10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish
📅 September 16th – October 31st
🎟️ Tickets here

Last year’s viral “corn-bassador” Tariq has done a number on corn’s national PR, so I’m guessing Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm will be doubly popular this fall. 

Access to the country store and a 12-acre patch is free. Don’t miss hand-packed Amish veggies and gourmet foods like crunchy bread-and-butter pickles and huckleberry preserves. Enjoy sweet corn and squash straight out of the roaster on Saturdays and Sundays. A fun option for groups of all sizes: bring s’mores fixings and rent a fire pit. Bob’s will build and maintain your fire and haul all your supplies down and back from your site for $40-$90/hour. (Festival tickets are required.)

Fall festival tickets are $17.95 and weekends are $22.95. You’ll have access to 60+ varieties of u-pick pumpkins, hayrides, a 12-acre corn maze, a corn-filled sand pit, and more. Shoot apples out of a cannon for $2/shot or $10 for a bucket of 10. The last admission to the fall festival is 5 pm unless you have a firepit reservation. 

Bailey Farm

12691 Springhetti Road, Snohomish

 
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📍 Bailey Farm: 12691 Springhetti Road, Snohomish
📅 September 23rd – October 31st 
🎟️ Info here

Walk through over 50 acres of u-pick vegetable and fruit fields at 5th-generation-owned Bailey Family Farm. This peaceful, rustic patch will fill a gardening hole if you are still on a p-patch waitlist. The emphasis here is on simple, pumpkin-forward fun. Choose from unique varieties right off the vine. There are a few free kids’ play activities like a hay run, farm trikes, and a sandbox. Pose for pictures in front of the pumpkin-clad red Chevy pickup truck. 

There is no admission to enter, just pay for what you pick. Pricing is super reasonable: pumpkins vary by size, corn is .50/ear, cabbage is $1.25/lb, and kale and chard are $3/lb. Shovels are provided for digging up potatoes, garlic, and carrots. Honeycrisp, Jonagold, and Cosmic Crisp apples are available for u-pick later in the season. Sip on cider and take home baked goods weekends in October.

Carpinito Brothers

27508 W Valley Hwy N, Kent

📍 Bailey Farm: 12691 Springhetti Road, Snohomish
📅 September 23rd – October 31st 
🎟️ Info here

📍 Pumpkin Patch: 27508 W Valley Hwy N, Kent
📍 Farm Fun Yard: 6720 S 277th St, Kent
📅 September 29th – October 31st
🎟️ Tickets here

On a clear day, expect the Carpinito Brothers to be busy: Mount Rainier is on full view at this Kent Valley patch. Activities are affordably priced a la carte: In recent years, u-pick pumpkin patch access was $5 and could be applied toward the price of your chosen pumpkins. Pumpkin varieties, including pastel pink and blue dolls, are priced per pound. This year’s corn mazes cost $8 for kids and $11 for adults, with kids under 4 being free. After you’ve escaped the maze, satisfy your kettle corn and roasted corn cravings at the farm stand. Opening day is Friday, September 29th. 

While you’re here, pick up groceries to make dinner with. The trip is worth it just for the produce stand. Carpinito-grown Brussels sprouts on the stalk run around $2.50 each, and most squash varieties are also around $2.50/lb.

Remlinger Farms

32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation

📍 Bailey Farm: 12691 Springhetti Road, Snohomish
📅 September 23rd – October 31st 
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📍 Remlinger Farms: 32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation
📅 September 30th – October 31st

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Good news for beer lovers: Remlinger Farms celebrated the grand opening of onsite Remlinger Brewing last fall. After you’ve found your favorite gourd, kick back on the dog-friendly patio and choose from 20 different brews on tap to build a beer flight. Pick up homemade pumpkin and apple pies before you go. (Tip: Ask about the seasonal caramel apple slushies! They top these treats with whipped cream and a whole caramel apple.)

On Saturdays and Sundays, visit their Fall Harvest Festival from 10 am – 6 pm until Halloween, starting September 30th. Reserved admission starts around $34.95 and includes one pumpkin, whichever one you like. Buy tickets if you want unlimited access to fun park rides, including a giant slide, a big swing, and a roller coaster. Feed the sheep, take a hayride, and walk through the corn maze for your barnyard fix.

Picha Farms

6502 52nd St E, Puyallup

📍 Bailey Farm: 12691 Springhetti Road, Snohomish
📅 September 23rd – October 31st 
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📍 Picha Farms: 6502 52nd St E, Puyallup
📅 September 30th – October 31st

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Come for the pumpkins, stay for the music! Picha Farms’ pumpkin patch and corn maze happens from 10 am to 6 pm on weekends. The Puyallup Valley-based farm also hosts live Bluegrass music featuring local talent like Terry Enyeart and Steelhead Bluegrass Band. (Find the weekly line-up here.) This is also a dog-friendly patch—just keep your pup on a leash and out of the corn maze and hayride.

Meander through nine acres to find your perfect pumpkin. Like in previous years, there’s no admission fee to the pumpkin patch: Third-generation farmers Dan & Russ Picha are carrying on a family legacy of high-quality produce at a great price. (The corn maze is $7 a person, and the hayride is $5.) Munch on a homemade caramel apple and try the slingshot for the full fall experience. 

Author

Meghna Jaradi

Meghna leads with her curiosity when writing about travel, food, and beverages. She previously wrote about cookbooks at Kitchen Arts & Letters, and has managed events and communications at Book Larder, Peddler Brewing Company, and Cascade Bicycle Club. She is newly pescatarian and a Seattle native. Follow along at @wanderingthali.

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