Fall is officially in the air and that means we’re all looking forward to spooky season. Right? One of the best parts about autumn and Halloween, in particular, is of course decorating your home.

Why not do so with some locally picked pumpkins? Luckily, Washington is full of pumpkin patches for you to find the perfect addition to your Halloween setup. Here are 10 of the best u-pick pumpkin patches around Seattle.

Carpinito Brothers

A classic and well-tended pumpkin patch with a picturesque Mount Rainier backdrop is what you get at Carpinito Brother’s Kent Valley patch & corn maze. You’ll find a sea of pumpkins, challenging corn mazes, kids’ activities, & plenty of photo ops.

When: Opening September 30th
Where: 27508 W Valley Hwy N, Kent, WA
Cost: $5 (Goes towards final pumpkin purchase total)

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm

There’s a ton to do at Bob’s. The farm has over 60 varieties of pumpkins as well as a fall festival full of family-friendly activities like a corn maze, hayrides, and more. So if you’re looking to do more than just take home the perfect pumpkin, this might just be the patch for you.

When: Daily 10 AM-6 PM until October 31st
Where: 10917 Elliott Rd, Snohomish, WA
Cost: Pay per pumpkin or $16.95+

Craven Farm


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This is another farm to check out if you’re looking to do more than just pick pumpkins. Craven has 20 acres of pumpkins, a 15-acre corn maze, kids maze, fall festival food, animal barn, apple slingers, mini golf, party rooms, fire pits, gift shop, and more. You’ll definitely snap a few Insta pics here.

When: Daily 9:30 AM-6 PM until October 31st
Where: 13817 Shorts School Road, Snohomish, WA
Cost: Priced per pumpkin and per activity or $15-$22 for an unlimited farm pass

Remlinger Farms


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Definitely one of Washington’s more iconic farms, Remlinger Farms is an easy pick. They also have a fall festival for you to check out which includes one free u pick pumpkin. So simply pick and go or enjoy the whole shebang.

When: Open weekends 10 AM-6 PM until October 31st
Where: 32610 N.E. 32nd Street, Carnation, WA
Cost: Price per pumpkin or $24.95 fall festival admission

Carleton Farm


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Looking for a classic pumpkin patch? Carelton Farm is a great choice. You’ll find pumpkins, a 5 Acre Corn Maze, a Paintball Gallery, Apple Guns, a Hayride, and Kids Bucket Train. Keep it simple or enjoy picking pumpkins and a few family-friendly activities.

When: Opening September 30th, Friday 3 PM-6 PM, Saturday & Sunday 10 AM–6 PM
Where: 630 Sunnyside Blvd SE, Lake Stevens, WA
Cost: Price per pumpkin or $5-$20 for other activities

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Jubilee Farms


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If you want a bit of a smaller and calmer experience, Jubilee is a great choice. This farm has pumpkin picking as well as apple picking and even hayrides on the weekend. Grab your pumpkins and then check out other local goodies that they sell in their market.

When: October 1st-31st, Monday-Friday 12 PM-5 PM, Saturday & Sunday 10 AM-5 PM
Where: 229 W. Snoqualmie River Rd. NE, Carnation, WA
Cost: Free admission, Price per pumpkin

Fairbank Farm

This farm is pretty dang close as it’s located just north in Edmonds. You can find acres of pumpkins of all sorts of different varieties and even some farm animals. Not to mention they’ve taken careful COVID-19 precautions to make sure visitors are safe.

When: Weekends in October, Saturday & Sunday 10 AM-5 PM
Where: 15308 52nd Ave W, Edmonds, WA
Cost: Admission $5 per person, Price per pumpkin

Picha Farms


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If you’re planning on heading to Puyallup then you might as well stop at Picha Farms. You can pick 25 varieties of pumpkins on over 9-acres. You can also check out other ticketed activities like a corn maze, hayride, slingshot, and more.

When: October 1st-31st, Weekends 10 AM-6 PM, Weekdays 3 PM-6 PM
Where: 6502 52nd ST E, Puyallup, WA
Cost: Price per pumpkin

Serres Farm


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Check out Serres Farm for pumpkins, a corn maze, an animal train, and even a duck race. This farm has a wide range of different pumpkin varieties for you to choose from and fun for the whole family. Plus it’s pretty dang close to Seattle!

When: Opening TBA
Where: 20306 Northeast 50th Street, Redmond, WA
Cost: Price per pumpkin

Thomasson Family Farm

There is so much to be done at Thomasson Family Farm. You can either opt for general farm admission and get the whole shebang or come just for pumpkins and enjoy free admission. Either way, you’re guaranteed to have a ton of fun and

When: October 1st-31st, 9:30 AM-5:30 PM
Where: 38223 236th Avenue SE, Enumclaw, WA
Cost: $10-$15 farm admission, Price per pumpkin

Whether you want a simple pumpkin picking experience or a whole fall festival, these farms have you covered. Happy fall Seattle!