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Explore the Best Pumpkin Patches Near Seattle

Pile in the car and head for pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn mazes, cider and catapulting squash

There’s nothing more fun than a pumpkin patch in October.


October is a great time to unearth the perfect pumpkin, enjoy farm activities, and gobble cider donuts while enjoying some family fun. Here are some of the best patches to explore during this harvest season. 

Please note that most farms are not pet friendly. Also, be sure to bring cash as not every location accepts cards. Pack extra boots, and consider leaving the stroller at home to avoid getting it stuck in the mud. Be sure to check ahead before heading out as farms sometimes change their hours based on field and weather conditions. 

North of Seattle

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm offers over 50 varieties of pumpkins on its 30-acre patch, which is accessed by a free hayride. Head to the corn maze for an adventure zigzagging through 10 acres of tall corn. Check out the kiddie trike track, cow train, pony rides and petting farm. 10917 Elliott Rd., Snohomish, 360-668-2506, bobscorn.com

Craven Farm’s 20-acre pumpkin patch features more than 20 varieties of pumpkins. The 15-acre Alice-in-Pumpkin-Land–themed corn maze, hayrides, storytelling, pumpkin catapault, petting zoo and espresso bar are sure to be a hit with the entire family. 13817 Short School Rd, Snohomish, 360-568-2601, cravenfarm.com


Fox Hollow Farm is the perfect place to find pumpkins, take a train ride, pet animals, ride ponies, play in the corn bin and explore a farm village. The Fall Festival books up quickly, so make your reservations soon to enjoy the enormous inflatables, hay-bale maze and Halloween carnival. 12123 Issaquah-Hobart Rd. SE, Issaquah. 425-996-0575, foxhollowfamilyfarm.com

Remlinger Farms is the place for old-fashioned harvest entertainment. The steam train ride, antique cars, 4-H barnyard animals, and hay maze provide hours of family fun. Make sure to check out the toddler play area, flying pumpkin ride, and inflatable slide. The farm also offers a U-pick 10-acre pumpkin field. 32610 NE 32nd St., Carnation, 425-333-4135, remlingerfarms.com

Oxbow Farm has U-pick organic pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, along with a living playground with tunnels, domes and a teepee covered in gourds, hops and other greenery. The house of hay, farm stand, hayrides and pumpkin catapult are fun for everyone. 10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd. NE, Carnation, 425-788-1134, oxbow.org/pumpkins

South of Seattle

Spooner Farms has been a family farm for more than 20 years and has more than 50 varieties of pumpkins. The farm’s harvest festival boasts a corn maze, pumpkin catapult, pedal karts, pony rides, face painting and a kids’ barn. The junior corn maze, candy store and concessions are not to be missed. 9710 State Route 162 E., Puyallup, 253-840-2059, spoonerberries.com

Mosby Farms is a pet-friendly, harvest-style pumpkin patch with tractor-pulled hayrides and an awe-inspiring corn maze. The newly updated farm stand has plenty of treats. 12754 SE Green Valley Rd., Auburn, 253-939-7666, mosbyfarm.com

Thomasson Family Farm features a 10th-anniversary corn maze, which includes pathways that represent a biplane flying over Mt. Rainier. You’ll also find pumpkins, duck races, cattle roping and tractor train rides. 38223 236th Ave. SE., Enumclaw, 360-802-0503, thomassonfarm.com

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