One of the favorite fall/Halloween activities of many people in the Pacific Northwest is to visit the pumpkin patches of local area farms. Snohomish County is the place to find some of Western Washington’s best pumpkin patches and fall festivities.
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Some say this is the longest-standing pumpkin patch in the Snohomish Valley. At Craven, you can find a selection of already picked, and u-pick pumpkins. In addition to pumpkins, there is a 15-acre corn maze, animal barn, mini-golf, food, and other fun activities.
The pumpkin patch itself is over 20 acres. Take a hayride out to the field and pick out the perfect one. There is no entry fee at Craven Farm and no time limit. Weekdays are much less crowded. Come at night to enjoy the Night Owl Flashlight Maze until 10 pm, tickets for the night maze are $17.50. Craven is located at 13817 Shorts School Road in Snohomish and open from 9:30 am to 6 pm daily from September 18- Halloween. Furry family members can join you in the patch for the Pooches in the Patch event on Halloween day.
This farm is on the shores of the Snohomish River offering a pumpkin patch, corn maze in the shape of Washington State, u-pick apple orchard, petting farm, duck races, and more. The farm is open every day until all produce is picked clean. This is a great stop for a gorgeous Instagram photo op. Tickets are available online to access all activities including the tractor pulls, petting zoo, duck races, etc. Any food or u-pick apples do not require a ticket. Admission is $13/weekday for adults and $18/weekend. Children under three are free. Swan Trail is at 7301 Rivershore Road in Snohomish.
This is a popular no frill pumpkin patch in Lake Stevens. Come and pick a pumpkin, see the farm animals, browse the store, or have something yummy at the concession stand. For an additional cost you can enjoy weekend activities that include a corn maze, paintball gallery, apple guns, hayrides, and a bucket train. Wristbands can be purchased for the Game Zone, Kidds Korral, tube slides, zip swing, and punch pumpkins. Each attraction requires a certain amount of pre-purchased tickets like going to the fair. Carleton is located at 630 Sunnyside Boulevard Southeast in Lake Stevens.
The Farm Market is named Miller’s Produce and is the best place for fresh seasonal fruit as well as other farm-fresh goods including cheese, meats, dairy products, salsa, and more.
If you have a little one that gets overwhelmed by the whole pumpkin patch and fair-style festivities you can grab a fresh-picked pumpkin out at the farm store. It is a great way to get the farm experience without overwhelming your child.
Visit one or all of these three favorite local farms in the heart of Snohomish County this fall. There is so much to do at each one that it can easily become a fun all-day family adventure. You could even take multiple trips to each farm and not get bored.
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