Pumpkin Patches in Washington

Nothing kicks off the start of fall better than a trip to a pumpkin patch with a hot apple cider in hand. Lucky for us, Washington state offers a multitude of patches to find the perfect future jack-o’-lantern, fall decor and seasonal treats. The following are the top five pumpkin patches to visit this fall in Washington state. 

Craven Farm Fall Festival 

Snohomish, Sept. 17 to Oct. 30

Back for its 40th year in Snohomish, Craven Farm Fall Festival features 20 acres of pumpkins, apple-slinging, petting zoos and lots more fall fun. The fest is perfect for everyone in the family, with autumn decor, sweet goods and even photo ops for four-legged family members. Admission starts at $5 but varies depending on your experience package. To learn more about the Craven Farm Fall Festival, visit cravenfarm.com

Swans Trail Farms Pumpkin Patch

Snohomish, Sept. 24 to Oct. 31

With fresh-pressed warm apple cider in hand, enjoy strolling through the expansive pumpkin patch at Swans Trail Farms. The 50-acre lot is free to enter and open to the public, with pricing depending on the size of your pumpkin. From traditional bright orange pumpkins to ghostly pale squashes, Swans Trail Farms will surely have the perfect one for you. To learn more about Swans Trail Farms Pumpkin Patch, visit swanstrailfarms.com.

Stocker Farms

2022 Fall Festival at Stocker Farms

Snohomish, Sept. 24 to Oct. 31

From now through Oct. 31, autumn enthusiasts hunting down the perfect future jack-o’-lantern can stroll through Stocker Farms to find the ultimate pumpkin in its massive patch. The fest will also offer fun along the way, including duck races, pumpkin and candy cannons, a corn maze, tractor rides, photo ops and much more. Admission is $14.95 daily or $45.95 for a month-long pass. To purchase tickets for the 2022 Fall Festival at Stocker Farms, visit secure.interactiveticketing.com

Carpinito Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

Kent, Sept. 30 to Oct. 31

One of the most popular pumpkin patches in Washington, Carpinito Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze has returned for another fall season of pumpkin picking, puzzling corn mazes, petting zoos and Insta-worthy photo ops for the ‘gram. Before making the venture home, be sure to stop by the on-site shop for a homemade pumpkin pie and other seasonal goodies. Admission is $5 per person and includes one pumpkin. To learn more about Carpinito Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, visit carpinito.com.


Thomasson Farm’s Halloween Pumpkin Patch

Enumclaw, Oct. 1 to Oct. 31

For those who haven’t ventured into Thomasson Farm’s Halloween Pumpkin Patch since its opening in 1971, you are in for a real treat. The cozy farm offers a massive pumpkin patch with a variety to choose from, in addition to enjoying laser tag in the corn maze, zip lines, apple slingshotting, duck races and more. Tickets are $12 per person, with discounts for military members. To learn more about Thomasson Farm’s Halloween Pumpkin Patch, visit thomassonfarm.com.

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