Favorite Pumpkin Patches of the Northwest 2


Just in time for weekend planning, we’ve compiled a list of the most highly recommended Pumpkin Patches around. Don’t see your favorite here? Be sure to leave it in the comments below! There’s nothing more fun than throwing on boots and tromping through fields in search of the perfect pumpkin. Have fun and be sure to use the tag #nwhealthymama to share your fall photos. You’ll likely be featured on our Instagram page!

Bellewood Acres, 6 miles from Bellingham. Open to pick 10am-5pm September 30-October 31

“BelleWood Acres is home to Whatcom County’s premier pick your own pumpkin patch. Small pumpkins or large ones, skinny or fat, funky-shaped or classic round— our pumpkin patch has whatever size, shape and color you’re looking for.”bellewood-acres

Gordon Skagit Farm, Mount Vernon. Hours of operation: October 1st through the 31st, 9 to 6.

“One of the last fruits of Summer waits in the field under changing skies to bring tradition and memories to those who pick and gather them for their own personal harvest. Pick your pumpkins from the field in which they came and become more connected to the earth.”gordon-farms-collage

Craven Farms, Snohomish. Open daily, 9:30a.m. – dusk from September 24 – October 31

“Travel through 15-acres of paths of our Alice-in-Pumpkinland Corn Maze, relax on our Hayride through Minionville (can you count how many Minions are at our farm?), and visit the animals in the barnyard. Be sure to stop by our Mouseville Mercantile Gift Shop for plenty of treats, our Espresso Shop for a fresh cider donut and a coffee. If you’ve worked up an appetite, be sure to visit our Snack Shop for plenty of hearty and yummy farm fare, including our famous Chili in a Bag!  Don’t forget to pick up a pack of S’mores to roast at our fire pit! And for you night owls, we are keeping our corn maze open late on select Fridays in October for our Night Owl Corn Maze! This is a non-scary adventure for all ages. Before you head home, make sure to check out our Harvest Market for fresh squash, gourds, apple cider, honey, mums, kale, and apples!”


Thomasson Family Farm, Enumclaw. Open Oct 1st through the 31st from 9:30am to 5:30pm daily.

“Being dairy farmers by trade, we have opened up part of our farm, hoping to share with the children (and children at heart) a little bit of farm life. We share this facility with our ‘dry cows’ and heifers. They let us play around a little in their barns, and we leave them all the corn, hay and pumpkins to eat when we are done. Grandpa Tim brings out his ole’ John Deere’s and lets you hop aboard for the ‘imaginary’ ride.”thommason-farm

Walter’s, Mead WA. Pumpkins are ready! 9-5 daily.

“Walters’ Fruit Ranch is the place to experience all that this region has to offer. Spend some time here and you’ll see why. Whether you prefer to nibble, sip or slurp, you can do it all with the freshest fruit imaginable.”walters

Bob’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, Snohomish WA Pumpkin Patch Open Sept. 24 thru Oct. 31

“Bob plants over 60 varieties of pumpkins, spread over40 acres total—giant orange pumpkins, tall skinny pumpkins, perfect round pumpkins, and even white, ghostly pumpkins. We’ve got a great selection of those fun, gnarly pumpkins with the funny bumps that look like Witch’s Warts! You’ll find the tiny, mini pumpkins, right on up to pumpkins that weigh 200 lbs, and even gourmet eating pumpkins. Enjoy our free hayride into the the pumpkin field!”2016bobscornmaze

The Farm at Swan Trail, Snohomish WA Pumpkin Patch is open to the public from September 25 to October 31 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

“Set along the beautiful Snohomish River just outside of Seattle, The Farm at Swan’s Trail is home to authentic fall fun for everyone. Enjoy the enormous 50-acre pumpkin patch, the Washington State Corn Maze, the petting farm, wagon rides, U-Pick Apple Orchard, live duck races, and Farmer Ben’s Famous Four Little Pigs Show.”swans-trail

Carleton Farms, Lake Stevens. Open Sept 24th – Oct 31st Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Daily) 

“Our focus is Farm Fresh and Family Fun, growing veggies, pumpkins and family traditions. Many families visit our farm each year with our seasonal Farm Market, Equine Facility and our Fall Festivities: pumpkin patch, corn mazes, haunts and kids fun. We are very excited to share our farm and be a part of your special day.”carleton-farm

Serres Farm, Redmond. Opening day is Saturday, October 1st Hours: Saturday and Sunday 10AM – 6PM Monday – Friday 3PM – 6PM
The Corn Maze and Duck Races are open everyday. The Animal Train is available on weekends.

“We feature a wide range of pumpkins from tiny Jack be Littles, White Luminas, Red French, to giant Atlantic Giants all in the field where they grow for your choosing. We have a large variety of Orange pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. Grab a wheelbarrow, put on some boots and let the hunt begin for your perfect pumpkin.”serres-farm

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About Angela Strand

Angela is a wife, mama to three little ones and a lifelong Washington State resident. Besides facilitating the NW Healthy Mama website, she loves being involved in her kids' school, hiking with her girlfriends, growing all the things, writing, reading and taking photos.

2 thoughts on “Favorite Pumpkin Patches of the Northwest

  • Sarah Pabody

    It’s our very first Pumpkin Patch year at our new farm, but we have big dreams & a vision for the future at Triple Wren Farms!
    We’ll be open for You-Pick Pumpkins
    Fridays 12noon – 5pm and
    Saturdays 10am – 5pm
    September 30 – October 29, 2016.
    Our new farm is located at 2424 Zell Road in Ferndale, WA.
    We have tiny pumpkins, warty squash, striped pumpkins, pie pumpkins, delicious delicata, carving pumpkins, pink pumpkins, blue pumpkins, even giant pumpkins, and we’ll have farm fresh honey, flowers, and other goodies for sale, too!
    Stop on by to pick up the perfect fall decoration for your home or business. We hope to see you soon at the farm!

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