This isn’t a complete list of every pumpkin patch in Washington, but these are definitely some of the best and most highly rated options statewide.
1. Fox Hollow Farm, Issaquah
If you have little ones, this farm has all they could ever need: a pumpkin patch, hayrides, farm animals, a hay bale maze, corn bin, pony rides, train rides, trick-or-treating, ATVs and huge inflatables. They have two daily Fall Festival sessions you can reserve in advance, and they are open daily until Halloween from 10-5.
2. Craven Farm, Snohomish
The pumpkin patch here is 20 acres, so you'll have no problem finding your future jack-o-lanterns. While you're at it, check out the barn animals, enjoy a fresh donut, explore the corn maze and go for a hayride (offered weekends only). On Saturdays and Sundays in October, little ones can meet with Anna and Elsa from Frozen. The farm is open daily through Halloween from 9:30 AM-dusk.
3. Remlinger Farms, Carnation
Remlinger Farms is only open on the weekends (10-6 until October 30), and you could easily spend an entire day enjoying all they offer. Between the steam train, pony rides, 4-H barnyard, hayrides, farm theater and blow up bouncers, your entire family will enjoy the experience. Before you leave, make sure you pick up one of their homemade pies.
4. Vancouver Pumpkin Patch
This charming pumpkin patch is open 7 days a week and offers hayrides on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is only $6 and includes tons of fun activities (and a pumpkin!), and you can go home with veggies and fall decorations from their u-pick farm.
5. Colville Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, Knight Farms
This family-owned farm is open Monday-Thursday from 4PM - dark, Friday from 4PM - 7:30PM, and weekends from 11AM - 7:30PM. This year's pumpkin crop is their best one yet, and their corn maze is both fun and challenging.
6. Thompson’s Farm, Naches
Thompson's Farm is open on weekends from 9-4, and you can also visit on weekdays by making an appointment (email firstname.lastname@example.org). You'll love picking out pumpkins in a farm setting, firing pumpkins from a cannon, and shopping their fresh market.
7. Union Gap Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, Yakima
This family-friendly corn maze and pumpkin patch has been a local favorite for years. Admission is $10 for ages 3 and up (children 2 and under are free). They're open Wednesday-Sunday until Halloween with varying hours. From Wednesday-Saturday starting at 7PM, the big corn maze is haunted.
8. Spooner Farms, Puyallup
For over 20 years, this farm has been a favorite for Southsound families. They offer a corn maze, pumpkin sling shots, pedal karts and pony rides, farm animals, face painting, a kids barn and duck races. The pumpkin patch is open daily from 9-6, and admission is free (activity and pumpkin costs vary).
9. Joe’s Place Farms, Vancouver
You can sip freshly made apple cider while you pick out your pumpkins, shop for produce and hop on a hayride at Joe's Place. They're open 7 days a week with varying hours. Admission is free.
10. Country Mercantile, Pasco and Richland
Country Mercantile started as a small produce stand, and now they supply the entire Tri Cities area with fresh fruits and veggies throughout the year. Their annual Pumpkin Patch Festival includes corn mazes, straw bale mazes, straw bale pyramids and a tractor pulled wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch. They're open 7 days a week.
11. Harvest Maze and Pumpkin Patch at Becerra Gardens, Quincy
Every year, Becerra Gardens hosts a Harvest Maze and Pumpkin Patch that's open on weekends from 10-6 through Halloween. Admission is $6 per person to wander the maze, $5 per person for groups of five or more. Pick out your pumpkins and enjoy a slide, games, fire pits and pumpkin painting.
12. Maris Farms, Buckley
Maris Farms has it all: Pumpkins, gourds, cornstalk bundles, hay bales and carving kits. Their awesome list of activities includes farm animals, a maze, riding in a real life Monster Truck, hayrides, zip lines, pig and duck races and a super-sized jump pillow, plus pony rides, a pedal cart track and The Haunted Woods. Their open daily (hours vary) with a cost of $6-$17 depending on what you'd like to do.
13. Schilter Family Farm, Olympia
This 180-acre farm, located in the Nisqually Valley in Olympia, hosts an annual Harvest Festival every October. They offer a giant themed corn maze, hay maze, farm animals with a goat walk, hay rides, round-up railway cow train, hay jump, busy bee garden and play area. You can also enjoy some classic farm treats like fresh roasted corn, apple cider donuts and spiced cider. They're open daily from 10-6.