From U-Pick patches to cooking demos, fall is a go at these five Washington State farms and pumpkin patches. Here is where to get your gourds and corn maze fix this season.
Note that the farms and patches are adhering to COVID-19 safety protocols, and some activities might be changed.
The pumpkin patch and corn maze at Carpinito Brothers is open daily through Halloween from 9 a.m. to dusk. Pluck a pumpkin from the U-Pick patch, get lost in the corn maze and set aside plenty of time for the Farm Fun Yard with farm animals, a hay maze, rubber duck races and more for the littlest guests.
The Pumpkin Experience at Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm is on, taking place through Nov. 1 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. After picking out the perfect pumpkin—there are more than 60 varieties spread over 40 total acres!—enjoy a hayride, a corn maze, slides, bonfires and more with the whole family. Don’t miss out on the farm store for fresh cider, gourmet cheeses and more fall eats. Weekday admission is $10; weekend admission is $15. Season passes are also available.
Rutledge Corn Maze has something for everyone, from a pumpkin patch and train and wagon rides for the littles to a haunted corn maze and zombie paintball for daring teens and adults. The corn maze is now open with the haunted option kicking off Oct. 2. Prices and hours vary per activity.
Spooner Farms, from sixth-generation farmers, is harvesting more than 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, squash and corn this year. The Harvest Festival offers fun for the whole family, including a pumpkin patch, corn maze and more. Open daily all month long from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Jubilee Farm’s Harvest Festival
Taking place on October weekends from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Jubilee Farm’s Harvest Festival welcomes guests for hayrides, pumpkin-picking, cider-sipping, pony-riding and much more. Harvest Festival even welcomes local artisans and musicians, cooking demos and more. Keep an eye out for safety measures prior to visiting.