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Pumpkin Patches in the PNW

The best corn mazes, kids activities, and the quest for the perfect pumpkin!

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Michael C. - Bartell's Employee | October 15, 2019
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There’s absolutely nothing wrong with going to the grocery store and picking out pumpkin perfection. Prior to my family’s return to the PNW, I myself had only experienced the orange gourd at the store, in a can, and, in the gross, yet somehow beloved, pie. Yes, I said it. #Applebeatssquash.

However! If you are cut from more adventurous cloth, here’s a list of local pumpkin patches. Put on your Gore-Tex jacket, strap on your boots and let the hunt begin!


Fox Hollow Farms (Issaquah)

This local farm is popular for its close proximity to so many neighborhoods, as well as it’s wealth of evergreen attractions (petting zoo, play structures & pony rides to name a few). Fox Hollow features a respectable pumpkin patch that is especially approachable for smaller kiddos who, let’s face it, will peter out if the hunt for the showiest gourd goes longer than a handful of minutes. I say this from experience.

See more info on their Facebook page.

Mosby Farms (Auburn)

Mosby features a solid picking experience, with quality versions of pumpkin farm staples like a well-manicured corn maze, and tractor pulled hay ride. My little ones greatly enjoyed Mosby Farms and I greatly enjoyed the long nap they took after our family visit.

See more info on their Facebook page.

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Remlinger Farms (Carnation)

A bit more out of the way, nestled in Carnation amongst a variety of other worthy pumpkin destinations, Remlinger Farms, is a primo farm-themed amusement park/actual farm. Animals? Check. Pony rides? Check. Kid-friendly roller coaster? Check.

Although admission can be significantly higher than others on the list, my family has had an amazing time every time we’ve made the trek.

Hitting the U-Pick field here can be tricky to schedule, but they also have the pre-cut variety if you are field averse.

See more info on their Facebook page.

Maris Farms (Buckley)

For those who live in the south end, Maris Farms offers great gourds and more kids activities than you can shake a squash at! If you want a big slice of outdoor fun with your pumpkin patching, this is certainly the place for you.

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Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm (Snohomish)

If you woke up this morning and thought 7 acres of corn maze is just. Not. Enough. Bob’s 10 ACRE CORN MAZE will blow your mind, and, if your will is weak, possibly break your spirit. And there are pumpkins. And APPLE CANNONS! And stuff for not-adult kids too.

Carpinito Brothers (Kent)

These super bros have been in the pumpkin game for 50+ years, so you know their produce is gourd-geous.

Layer in cute animals, fun activities and a cuckoo-bananas corn maze, and you have a can’t miss pick-sperience.

Are we missing one? Let us know in the comments below!