The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Washington State! By
Fall in Washington is like no other place in America. Not only are the trees beginning to explode in various shades of yellow, red, and purple, but the smell of apples, cranberries, and grapes being harvested are wafting in on sea breezes making the entire state a paradise of the senses. Add the color and smells from the mazes through freshly-cut corn and Washington in the autumn is where to be. Take a tour of the 10 best corn mazes in Washington below. You'll be a'mazed.
If you want a one-stop shop for your harvest needs, visit the Pumpkin Patch in Centralia, Washington, and pick your own pumpkins after your kids enjoy going through the corn maze. There are train, tractor, and hay rides, a farmers market with concessions for sale, farm animals to pet, a picnic area for those who want to make a day of it. The Pumpkin Patch is perfect for group outings, too. Fall decorations and other harvest vegetables and goodies are available at reasonable prices. Best of all, it’s family-friendly and fun.
Family-owned, family-friendly, and part of the Pierce County program aimed at encouraging people to know where their food is grown by supporting local farmers. Not to mention sweet delicious berries, tender sweet corn, and one of the most non-scary fun corn maze in the area. Open weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Picha’s has been around since 1904, and provides fresh, local produce and prices a family can afford, and affords a family the time for a fun-filled fall farm experience.
Open year-round, Lattin’s Country Cider Mill and Farm has been in operation since 1976. There’s so much to do at the farm, you may just want to spend the day there. Very kid-friendly, your little ones will be able to see, pet, and feed baby animals like goats, chickens, pigs, calves, and lambs. Beginning the last weekend in September and every weekend in October, you can join others in picking your own pumpkins, buy some fresh-off-the-tree apples, participate in face painting, games, bobbing for apples, or sample some award-winning apple cider.
With a love of farming that goes back four generations, Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish, Washington carries on the tradition of providing fresh quality non-GMO farm produce at fair prices. With the sale of the dairy cows in 2001, the pumpkin patch and corn maze became part of the farm and the rest is history. There are two mazes offered both daytime and nighttime. For the adventurous, you’ll have to try the 10-acre corn maze that, according to their website, has “more twists and turns than a bunny rabbit with an old hound on his tail!” There are lots of free kid-friendly activities at the farm including hayrides, a trike track, and a play area, but no pets are allowed.
Besides being a u-pick farm for pumpkins, weekends in October offer great fun. Admission is free all the time, but there are small fees for Jack’s Kid Zone, Gourdy’s corn maze, pumpkin chucking, and pony hop races. Families can get discounts by visiting the webpage. You can join a hay ride, get a bite to eat at the Silo Café, or do a little shopping for fall decorations and produce. Kids will love the corn maze, but will adults dare to visit the Haunted Forest? Those who survive can enjoy hot chocolate around the fire and tell their tale.
Are you looking for a great place to get fresh produce? The friendly staff at Carpinto Brothers in Kent, Washington, can help you find exactly what you want. The family-owned farm, open since the late 1960s, also have garden and yard supplies, and every season has special events and offerings. You can get your seeds for planting in the spring, fruits and vegetables in the summer, pumpkins and squash in the fall, and Christmas trees in the winter. Fall is especially fun because they have a fun family corn maze and festival in October. The corn maze is an intricately-designed masterpiece and product of tractor expertise and the shape and size changes from year-to-year. Great fun for families, groups, and team building, the maze is typically one to two miles of paths.
Over the last 20 years, the old under-managed orchard has taken on a new life, and now there are over 100 types of fruit that can be picked on site or purchased at the store. Among the fruits they have, there are apples, cherries, pears, raspberries, rhubarb, and over 20 varieties of peaches. The Country Kitchen is a great place to stop for breakfast, lunch, or a snack and taste the goodness of freshly prepared items. Besides a fun-filled Easter Weekend event, you’ll want to sample and take home some “World Famous Pumpkin Donuts” when you attend the Fall Harvest Festival. A celebration of good crops, kids can run the giant corn maze, try the hay maze, ride the Cow Train, or jump to their heart’s content in the inflatable castle and haunted house.
The Fall Festival is the place to be at Remlinger Farm in Carnation, Washington. For over 50 years, this small farm has been providing market-fresh produce and creating family fun. What started as a roadside stand has developed into a much larger endeavor with over 200 acres that include a u-pick strawberry patch, restaurant, ice cream parlor, a fun park, and plenty of space for picnics and group tours. More than 200,000 visitors come to the farm every year, but the main purpose of the farm is still the same—a love of the land and the animals there. The autumn corn maze will delight children of all ages.
Part of the King County Farmland Preservation Program, Jubilee Farm in Carnation, Washington, takes an active role in organic farming and tries to pass on the passion of ecological agriculture to younger folks interested in using a more nature approach to farming. With grass-fed beef and pastured pork, the farm offers produce through a shared subscription program per season. Tours are encouraged, and an annual Harvest Festival is held each October with a hay and corn maze, hayrides, pumpkin launches, hot apple cider, live music, cooking demonstrations, food, and farm animals. Jubilee Farm is a great place for good old fashioned family fun.
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What could be more educational than a 12-acre corn maze shaped like a map of Washington State detailing state roads, towns, and landmarks? For a small fee and discounted for families, there’s a daytime corn maze, and for the not faint at heart, there’s a nighttime maze that includes a wagon ride and scavenger hunt. The 125-acre farm has the best cider doughnuts that will complete your trip, and there’s a pumpkin patch just ripe for the picking. Remember to bring boots because it can be a little muddy at times.