From now until Halloween, farms, pumpkin patches, and apple orchards around Washington State will be abundant with fall produce that you can pick yourself. Plus, many of the sights will also host seasonal activities for kids and adults alike, including corn mazes, hayrides, and apple slingshots. See all the options below, and find even more seasonal events on our fall calendar.
EAST OF SEATTLEBaxter Barn
When you're not picking pumpkins from the patch, check out miniature donkeys, horses, chickens, bunnies, and other farm critters. Also enjoy tractor rides, fresh eggs, and farm tours.
Fall City, 26 miles east, Oct 5-31
Fall City Farms
Eat fresh mini doughnuts and sip hot apple cider whilst riding on a wagon and looking at baby animals at the farm's pumpkin patch.
Fall City, 27 miles east, Sept 28–Oct 27, Fri–Sun only
Fox Hollow Farm
Guests are asked to reserve a session time through the farm's website for this popular fall festival, featuring a pumpkin patch, a haunted forest, a hay maze, a corn bin, farm animals, and more. Guests can also eat pumpkin pie, drink cider, and roast s'mores by a bonfire. You can also watch salmon swimming up the creek and pick apples.
Issaquah, 20 miles east, through Oct 31, Wed–Sat only
Jubilee Biodynamic Farm
Every weekend in October, the farm offers free hayrides to the fields for U-Pick pumpkins and gourds, a pumpkin cannon, a market with artisan vendors, a kids' hay maze, farm animals, and more.
Carnation, 25 miles east, Oct 5-27, Sat–Sun only
Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
Venture east for this annual fall festival to visit a U-Pick pumpkin patch and farm stand, dance to live music, graze from food trucks, ride on hay rides, and indulge in more fall activities.
Carnation, 24 miles east, Oct 5-27, Thurs–Sun only
Red Barn Farm
Find classic fall activities every weekend of the season, including a U-Pick pumpkin patch, hayrides, cider-pressing, and petting zoos.
Redmond, 18 miles east, Sept 21-Oct 20, Sat–Sun only
This Carnation farm boasts more than 25 rides and attractions—including a roller coaster, mini ferris wheel, and canoe rides—in addition to a U-pick patch, hay rides, and more than 400 scarecrows to set the mood.
Carnation, 32 miles east, Sept 28-Oct 27, Sat–Sun only
Pumpkins and gourds in all shapes and sizes—from Jack be Littles to White Luminas—cover the 24-acre farm for you to pick yourself. The season also brings kids' activities like duck races, train rides, and a corn maze.
Redmond, 18 miles east, Sept 28-Oct 31, Tues–Sun only
Two Brothers Pumpkin Patch at Game Haven Greenery
In addition to its U-Pick pumpkin patch, this farm also has baby animals and stands with winter squash and corn for purchase.
Carnation, 45 miles east, Sept 28-Oct 31
NORTH OF SEATTLEBailey Farm
Pluck pumpkins, gourds, apples, and corn from a U-Pick, or buy fresh produce that's already picked, as well as kettle corn and hot apple cider. The farmers will also pull you around in a wagon anchored to a tractor.
Snohomish, 32 miles north, through Oct 31
Claiming to be one of the Northwest's largest apple orchards, this property's U-Pick boasts over 20 varieties of ripe pommes. They also have a pumpkin patch and a farmer's market for all of your other fall produce needs, as well as a country store slinging such delights as apple turnovers, jams, honey-roasted peanut butter, and more. Plus, come on the weekends to check out the corn maze, take a distillery tour, fire a corn cannon, and munch on treats like cider donuts and pie.
Lynden, 96 miles north, through Oct 31
Biringer's Black Crow Pumpkins and Maze
This pet-friendly pumpkin patch features a five-acre corn maze, a smaller hay maze, slides, a covered wagon, a snack bar with mini donuts and pumpkin pie, and a graveyard full of skeletons. Don't miss the dog costume contest on October 12th to give your pup a chance to shine.
Arlington, 47 miles north, Sept 28-Oct 31
Bob's Corn and Pumpkin Farm
Once you've navigated your way out of Bob's famous corn maze, reward yourself with autumnal foods like roasted corn, apples, and squash. You can also fire an apple cannon, book a private bonfire, pick pumpkins, hop on a hay ride, and relish in the crisp fall air, among many other activities.
Snohomish, 32 miles north, Sept 28–Oct 31
The farm's "pumpkinland" offers a daily pumpkin patch and corn maze, as well as kids' areas, a pumpkin cannon, a bucket train, zip lines, and wagon rides. Stick around for Carleton Farm Frights, opening the first weekend in October.
Lake Stevens, 32 miles north, Sept 28–Oct 31
Throughout October, the farm transforms into a fall haven replete with a pumpkin patch, an "Alice in Pumpkinland" corn maze and an adventure corn maze with an obstacle course, a hayride through Minionville, farm animals, mini golf, an apple slinger, and more. Come after dark on Fridays and Saturdays for "Flashlight Nights," a "non-scary family-friendly" opportunity to explore the farm's 15-acre corn maze in the dark (but make sure to bring your own flashlight!)
Snohomish, 36 miles north, Sept 21–Oct 31
Buy gourds, see chicks, ducklings, calves, sheep, goats, ponies, pigs, and rabbits, explore the vegetable garden, walk up the hidden bear trail (which leads to the pumpkin patch), and enjoy a mini maze and hay tunnel at this family-oriented farm with "nothing scary."
Edmonds, 20 miles north, Oct 6-28, Sat–Sun only
The Farm at Swan's Trail
Check out a 55-acre pumpkin patch, walk through a Washington State corn maze or a three-story barn maze, pet farm animals, ride a wagon, pick apples, see ducks racing, and enjoy Farmer Ben's Famous Four Little Pigs Show.
Snohomish, 34 miles north, Sept 28–Oct 31
Foster's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Walk through a 10-acre Wizard of Oz-themed corn maze and pick pumpkins throughout the week. On weekends, there are cow barrel train rides, a pumpkin sling shot, and more. (Hitting the target with the slingshot wins you a free ice cream cone.)
Arlington, 46 miles north, Oct 1-31
In addition to its haunted festivities, the farm offers a non-scary, 10-acre pumpkin patch open daily, an Instagram-worthy pumpkin barn, as well as over 30 other family-friendly attractions, including a 10-acre corn maze, pumpkin cannon, jumping pillow, hayrides, animal barn, crafts, rubber duck races, face painting, and more.
Snohomish, 31 miles north, Sept 29–Oct 31
Thomas Family Farm
If you're not into the farm's scary activities, check out its pumpkin patch and 10-acre corn maze, or take your little ones to Kid Land for rubber duck races, putt-putt golf, and a hay maze. Other daytime activities include monster truck rides, gem-mining, a kids’ paintball blast, and an apple cannon.
Snohomish, 30 miles north, Oct 5-27, Sat–Sun only
SOUTH OF SEATTLECarpinito Brothers
Enjoy a U-Pick pumpkin patch, a corn maze, hot roasted corn, and a fun yard with a backdrop of Mount Rainier at this family farm's October transformation.
Kent, 18 miles south, Sept 27-Oct 31
Lattin's Country Cider Mill and Farm
The farm's apple harvest yields all the cozy fall treats you crave, including apple cider, apple pie and cake, cider doughnuts, and more. Plus, you can pick your own pumpkins from a patch and listen to bluegrass music.
Olympia, 70 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 27, Sat–Sun only
In addition to its Haunted Woods, take advantage of a corn maze and pumpkin patch, farm animal meet-and-greets, and, on the weekends, activities including an escape room, mechanical bull, trout fishing, zombie paintball, an apple cannon, and pig and duck races. Plus, stop by Area 253’s Glassblowing‘s glass pumpkin patch and snack on mini donuts.
Buckley, 40 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 31
Find a wide variety of pumpkins, gourds, and squash at this “family oriented, simple, harvest-style” U-Pick. Also enjoy a corn maze in the shape of an astronaut, in honor of this year’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Auburn, 30 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 30
Wander through the fields for the perfect pumpkin, find your way out of a five-acre corn maze by answering trivia questions, launch a gourd into the air from a slingshot for a chance to win a free pumpkin, and keep warm with apple cider and kettle corn aboard a hayride (opening October 11). There's also live bluegrass music on October 12–13 and 27th.
Puyallup, 32 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 31
Rutledge Corn Maze
The farm hosts a variety of haunts (including zombie paintball), as well as a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, and corn train rides to help you recover from your scares.
Olympia, 68 miles south, Sept 29-Oct 31
The 180-acre farm hosts a harvest festival that offers a pumpkin patch, an old-fashioned hay ride, a corn maze, and lots of seasonal treats.
Olympia, 52 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 31
The Puyallup farm boasts over 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, squash, and corn at their Harvest Festival, which also includes a corn maze, autumnal treats like caramel corn and caramel apples, a pumpkin slingshot, and more.
Puyallup, 37 miles south, Sept 28-Oct 31
Thomasson Family Farm
This Enumclaw dairy farm and its Heifer cows welcome families to pick pumpkins, ride on wagons, press cider, and weave through corn mazes. Kids can also play laser tag, shoot apples from sling shots, and race rubber ducks.
Enumclaw, 43 miles south, Oct 1-30