Pumpkin Patches

 

 

 

The Sunshine Farm

(directions on website)

Sept, daily 8am – 8pm; Oct, daily 9am – 6pm

During September and October, come on out to pick your own apples and press your own cider on our old-fashioned hand-crank press.  You have to taste it to believe it.

We will also have a U-Pick pumpkin patch and 2011 will be the inaugural year for our corn maze! The Corn Maze is designed as a scavenger hunt and will be most enjoyed by pre-school and school-age children, but everyone will enjoy the views from the Corn Palace in the center!

Camp Korey

Oct 1 – 30, Sat & Sun 10am – 4pm

Have fun and give back at the annual Fall Festival held at Camp Korey. Choose a pumpkin in the lush pumpkin patch, go on a hayride, wind your way through the corn maze and make some s’mores! They also have special pumpkin pancake breakfasts, harvest lunches and sugar pie pumpkins.

Gordon Skagit Farms

15598 McLean Rd, Mt Vernon, WA 98273 360-424-0363

Oct 1 – 31, 9am – 6pm

One of the last fruits of Summer waits in the field under changing skies to bring tradition and memories to those who pick and gather them for their own personal harvest. Pick your pumpkins from the field in which they came and become more connected to the earth. There are also some apples left on the trees that are ready for picking. Pumpkin carving – a celebration of the historical tradition of carving vegetables into lanterns. Prizes will be handed out for first second and third place winners. On the weekends, hot cider and tasty baked treats will fuel your internal fire, keeping you comforted against the atmospheric wilds of nature. Don’t miss the seven acre corn maze created by the same aliens who have made those mysterious patterns found in farmers’ fields around the world.

Carleton Farm

630 Sunnyside Blvd SE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Oct 1 – 31, daily 10am – dusk

GIANT pumpkins, tiny pumpkins and sizes in between – we got ‘em in weird shapes and strange colors, even pumpkins with bumps! Each year we plant a plethora of gourds, pumpkins and squashes.  You can pick them yourself or choose one from the barn. Pumpkins are priced by size (starting at about $1).  There are samples across the farm, so you know the price of your pumpkin before you buy. Check out the other fun activities for kids and adults – hayride, corn maze, pumpkin cannon and more.

Bellewood Acres

231 Ten Mile Rd, Lynden, WA 98264 360-398-9187

Sept 1 – Dec 31, 10am – 6pm

Two great ways to get your pumpkins here at BelleWood Acres.  Our market stand is open daily with an assortment of pumpkins already harvested for your convenience. Don’t forget to take home some decorative gourds and Indian corn too. For the adventurous pumpkin gathers take a short walkor train ride down to the large pumpkin patch to find that pumpkin perfect for carving.  We grow acres of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. When you are all finished join our staff in the farm store for some hot apple cider and an apple cider donut.

Stoney Ridge Farm

2092 VanDyk Rd, Everson, WA 98247

Oct 1 – 29, Thur – Sat 10am – 5pm

They just opened the largest pumpkin patch in the country. Partake in the fresh-pressed apple cider while you’re wandering around looking for the perfect pumpkin. They also serve apple cider donuts and pumpkin and caramel pies. If you find a pumpkin with time to spare, you can pick your own apples, play with the farm animals, or go through the corn maze.

 
 

 

Posted on October 12, 2012 at 10:35 pm
Maggie Weissman | Category: Uncategorized

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