The 10 Best Pumpkin Picking Spots in Washington!

Fall is the best time of year to experience the changing colors of the season and celebrate the harvest. Pumpkin picking has always been a fun family activity and there are many farms where you can select your own pumpkin, enjoy a sweet treat, pick up some other fresh fruits and veggies to take home, and have a great time with your friends and family. Here are the best pumpkin picking spots in Washington.  

Hunter Farms, Union, WA

Family is at the center of everything that happens at Hunter Farms in Union, Washington. This family-owned farm is open year round with seasonal fruits and vegetables, animals, and hay. Fall signals the opening of the pumpkin patch where there are pickable pumpkins of every size, color, and shape. You can also have fun in the corn and hay mazes, take a ride on a tractor, and enjoy the colorful fall beauty.

Schilter Family Farm, Olympia, WA

Schilter Family Farm loves to celebrate holidays. Check out the pumpkin patch open from the end of September to the end of October. You can enjoy a hay ride with the kids, find your way out of a five-acre corn maze, rope a cow, bowl a pumpkin, and play a challenging game of corn hole. Kids can ride a pony, pet a pig, walk a goat, and dig in a giant sand table. There’s fun for everyone.

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm, Snohomish, WA

Forty is the magic number at Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm. There are 40 acres with over 60 different pumpkin varieties at this popular pumpkin patch. And the only thing you pay for is the pumpkins you pick. There are pumpkins of every shape and size and color. There are pumpkins with warts and smooth pumpkins. There are pretty pumpkins and “ugly” pumpkins. While you’re there picking your pumpkin, check out the corn maze, bon fires, and family fun activities, too. 

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Fall City Farms, Fall City, WA

If you live near Seattle, you’ve probably heard of Fall City Farms. If not, you need to make your way out to the farm that’s become a fall destination for your friends and neighbors. There’s a pick your own pumpkin patch and loads of fun planned for every weekend in October. Fall wouldn’t be the same without doughnuts and hot apple cider, so make sure to get some when you go out to pick your pumpkins.

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Jubilee Farm, Carnation, WA

Just about everything you need in the way of vegetables, fruits, grass fed animals, eggs, and dairy products can be found at Jubilee Farm in Carnation. Make a point to stop by soon and pick your own pumpkin in October. Ride the hay wagon to the patch and after you’ve selected your favorite pumpkin, come back and enjoy a hot cup of apple cider to celebrate the harvest. There are cooking demonstrations, a pumpkin launch, music, and food for a fun family time. 

Picha Farm, Puyallup, WA

There are so many ways to have fun at Picha Farm in Puyallup. Take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch to pick a pumpkin, then come back to the main farm and enjoy some apple cider, a caramel apple, kettle corn, or a hot dog. After that, grab a partner and head out to the five-acre corn maze for a stroll and see if you can answer the trivia questions for a prize. Live music and great family memories for all!

Bellewood Acres, Lynden, WA

Kids and kids at heart will have a blast at Bellewood Acres, a family friendly farm for fun fall frolicking. There’s a farmers market where you can pick fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, and a gift shop. Stock up on baked goods at the Country Café. Pick your own apples from the orchard and visit the pumpkin patch for a great selection of pumpkins.

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Carver Farms, Newman Lake, WA

You and your family will have fun picking out the perfect pumpkins to carve and adorn your front porch at Carver Farms in Newman Lake. If you enjoy decorating for the holidays, you’ll find decorative gourds, hay bales, and other ideas for making your fall celebration special. Schools are welcome to bring children out to the pumpkin patch and learn about farming. 

Creek House Farm, Port Orchard, WA

Organic and heirloom fruits and vegetables are found in great supply at Creek House Farm in Port Orchard. And you never know where you’re going to find the perfect pumpkin. There are over 20 varieties and whether you use your pumpkin for decorating or eating, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect one.

Thomasson Family Farm, Enumclaw, WA

You’ll get to learn about life on the farm when you visit Thomasson Family Farm. Located in Enumclaw, this family owned and very family friendly farm loves to help people enjoy the harvest. Walk through the corn maze, take a ride on the hay wagon, and play in the barns. Invite your friends and have fun picking out your pumpkins to carve or make into pies.

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