7 pumpkin patches near Seattle to visit this fall

Sep 26 2022, 4:00 pm

With sweater season making a quick return, so are the pumpkin patches.

This year, you’ll be able to fully enjoy viewing some adorable animals and hayrides, private fire pits, and bonfires.

Here are seven pumpkin patches that are opening this spooky season.

Craven Farm — Snohomish

 

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Craven Farm will open daily from September 17 through October 31. The pumpkin patch includes 20 acres of pumpkins, a 15-acre corn maze, a kids’ maze, fall festival food, an animal barn, apple slingers, mini golf, party rooms, fire pits, a gift shop and more. Entry to the farm is free.

Location: 13817 Shorts School Road, Snohomish
Phone: 360-568-2601

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Carleton Farm — Lake Stevens

 

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Carleton Farm has already started selling decorative and mini pumpkins and is currently setting up its five-acre corn maze, paintball gallery, apple guns, pumpkin cannon, hayride, game zone, and more. The full fall fun begins on September 30.

Location: 630 Sunnyside Boulevard SE, Lake Stevens
Phone: 425-343-4963

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Remlinger Farms — Carnation

 

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Starting on September 24, the iconic Remlinger Farms Fall Harvest Pumpkin Festival will begin. Enjoy a family fun park, u-pick pumpkin, farm market, and bonfire.

Location: 32610 NE 32nd Street, Carnation
Phone: 425-333-4135

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Stocker Farms

On October 1, Stocker Farms becomes Stalker Farms — a haunted version of the family-favorite spot. With a beer garden, zombie paintball, communal campfires, giant jumping pillows, games, and haunted mazes, everyone is sure to be spooked. Of course, you can skip the scares and enjoy the fall festival between September 17 and October 31.

Location: 8705 Marsh Road, Snohomish
Phone: 360-568-7391

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Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm

 

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Enjoy an array of family-friendly activities including a 12-acre corn maze, a u-pick pumpkin patch, and a country store. Those interested in visiting the farm’s fall offerings can do so beginning September 17, 2022.

Location: 10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish
Phone: 360-668-2506

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Carpinito Brothers — Kent

 

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For over 50 years, the Carpinito brothers have been known to produce gorgeous vegetables and pumpkins on their family’s farm. Today, they have one of the prettiest pumpkin patches in the state. Their fall festival begins on September 30.

Location: 27508 W Valley Highway N, Kent
Phone: 253-854-5692

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Maris Farms — Buckley

 

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Through the month of October, Maris Farms throws its annual fall festival. Enjoy the corn maze, Feed Mill ropes course, ziplines, jumping pillow, live pig & duck races, wagon ride, kiddie cow train, tubeslides, gaga ball, human foosball, trike racing, animal barn, live honey bee hive, corn room, mechanical bull, wall mazes, and more.

Location: 25001 Sumner-Buckley Highway, Buckley
Phone: 253-862-2848

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