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From ventures into haunted corn mazes and road trips to find the perfect pumpkin, the following places are the go-to destinations for all pumpkin and fall galore in Washington state.
Carpinito Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Carpinito is known for its sea of pumpkins to pick from, puzzling corn mazes and farm animals, but what makes this pumpkin patch different from most in Washington is its Instagram-worthy backdrop. Mount Rainier can be seen just outside of the pumpkin patch and offers the perfect setting for family photos or a quick fall selfie for the ‘gram. Be sure to not forget to grab a pumpkin when basking in all of its beauty. The patch is open daily until Oct. 31 with a $5 admission fee (covers one pumpkin and entry).
To learn more about Carpinito Pumpkin Patch and Cornmaze, visit www.carpinito.com.
Craven Farm’s Fall Festival
Open daily until Oct. 31, Craven Farm’s Fall Festival will feature 20 acres of pumpkins, apple slinging, petting zoos and lots more fall fun. Stay past sunset and into the evening and watch the fall festival turn into a spooky Halloween fright night with a venture into the haunted 15-acre corn maze with just a flashlight to guide you. Entry into the fall fest is free while entry into the Night Owl Flashlight Maze is $17.50.
To learn more about Craven Farm’s Festival, visit www.cravenfarm.com.
Stocker Farms Fall Days
Handpick your very own pumpkin right off the vine at Stocker Farms Fall Days and experience a walk in the sunflower fields, duck races, hayrides, a candy-filled cannon explosion and so much more at this family favorite spot. The Fall Days are open until Oct. 31, and admission is $13.95.
To learn more about Stocker Farms Fall Days, visit www.stockerfarms.com/fall-days.
Thomasson Farm’s Halloween Pumpkin Patch
Celebrating pumpkin season since 1971, Thomasson Farm is back for its annual Halloween pumpkin patch until Oct. 31. With $10 admission, guests will experience more than your average pumpkin fest with laser tag in the corn maze, a zipline, apple slingshotting and, of course, pumpkin pickin’.
Serres Farm Pumpkin Patch
With animal trains with furry friends to visit along its path, an expansive corn maze (perfect for all ages) and all the pumpkin types imaginable to choose from (including the rare, ghost-white pumpkin), you are in for a festive fun time at Serres Farm. Admission is free, and the farm will be open until Oct. 31.
To learn more about Serres Farm Pumpkin Patch, visit serresfarm.com/pumpkin-patch.
Swans Trail Farms Fall Festival
Famous for its fall goodies like fresh caramel apples and other delectable treats, Swans Trail Farm is back for its Fall Festival daily until Oct. 31. Enjoy a day of pumpkin and apple picking, duck and pig races, wagon and train rides, corn boxes, hay pyramids and so much more to help you celebrate fall. Admission is $13 per person and includes all activities.
To learn more about Swans Trail Farms Fall Festival, visit swanstrailfarms.com/pumpkin-patch.