Fall has arrived in Snohomish County and so have some of the best festivities. Warm beverages, beautiful autumn colors, and freshly grown pumpkins are all in store. Step outside and embark on some of the autumn fun right in the heart of Snohomish County. From Snohomish to Marysville, there is a family-friendly pumpkin patch just waiting to be explored. Pick out your annual pumpkin and join in on the festivities as you head over to Snohomish County’s pumpkin patches of 2022.

Snohomish County pumpkin patches
Wander through the vibrant Pumpkin Barn at Stocker Farms in Snohomish. Photo courtesy: Stocker Farms

Stocker Farms

8705 Marsh Road, Snohomish

Fall Festival Hours
September 17 – 18, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
September 24 – 25, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
October 1 – 31, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Located right in Snohomish, Stocker Farms is ready to bring the harvest festivities to life. From the Fall Festival starting on September 17 and running the entire month of October to Stalker Farms providing spooky delights after dark, there is something for everyone of all ages to enjoy. Pick out the perfect pumpkin at the U-pick pumpkin patch and stroll through some of the seasonal activities including the iconic corn maze with a fun Seattle Krakens design, the pumpkin barn, zipline, hay rides, and much more. With over 30 attractions, you’re sure to find something exciting this fall at Stocker Farms.

Visit over the weekend and bring your appetite as there will be a variety of food options Friday evenings and all day on the weekends. Enjoy other weekend-only activities, including hay rides, candy and pumpkin cannon, and beautiful sunflower fields on select weekends. Celebrate the season of pumpkins and Fall Harvest at Stocker Farms in Snohomish.

Snohomish County pumpkin patches
Check out the colorful variety of pumpkins at Carleton Farm in Lake Stevens. Photo courtesy: Carleton Farm

Carleton Farm

630 Sunnyside Boulevard Southeast, Lake Stevens

Opening Friday, September 30

Head out to Lake Stevens for a no-frill pumpkin patch at Carleton Farm kicking off the season on September 30. Enjoy a simple, straightforward experience with free entry to this delightful pumpkin patch. You’ll find farm animals, a fresh market ready to shop, concessions available for purchase, and free on-site parking. Purchase a wristband for access to additional fun and games at the lower farm including the Game Zone for kids, Kids Korral featuring a zip swing, roller slides, punch pumpkins and more. You’ll also find a corn maze, paintball gallery, apple guns, hayrides, and a kid’s bucket train.

Check out details online for full pricing and ticket information to prepare for your visit. Whether looking to go all out for your experience or take a simple trip to the patch for the perfect pumpkin, Carleton Farms has all your needs covered with a variety of options.

Snohomish County pumpkin patches
Find the perfect photo opportunity at Legacy Farm this Fall in Monroe. Photo courtesy: Legacy Farm

Legacy Farm

22601 US 2, Monroe

Open weekends in October
Friday, 1 – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 10 – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m.

Celebrate the second annual Farm Festival at Legacy Farm in Monroe. Not only will you find an incredible pumpkin patch, but you’ll also experience some of the best of fall with these fun-filled activities. Take a covered hay ride, check out the goat playground and animal petting, carnival games, tire pyramid and more. Take a look at the antique tractors and bring your camera for plenty of fantastic photo opportunities. You’ll even find festive food and beverages available to enhance your day out on the farm.

Adults ages 13+ can get admission tickets for $12, with youth ages 3 – 12 costing $8, and children two and under are free. Plan your weekend visit to Legacy Farm in Monroe when looking for a fun, family-friendly pumpkin patch.

Snohomish County pumpkin patches
Take a tour of the pumpkin patch at Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish. Photo courtesy: Thomas Family Farm

Thomas Family Farm

9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish

Open October 1 – 31
Day Activities 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.,  Monday – Thursday
Day Activities 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday

Visit Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish and experience one of the largest pumpkin patches in the area with over 150 pumpkin varieties. Newly added in 2021, the Fun Park is open again this year with new slides, putt-putt golf, an inflatable corn maze and other newly added attractions. Spend the day in the Fun Park and come nightfall, experience the Nightmare on 9 Haunted House, Haunted Trail, and Zombie Paintball.

Go online and purchase your tickets now for the day or night activities offered at Thomas Family Farm. Whether looking to explore the field of pumpkins in all assortments or looking for the fright of your life, be sure to pay a visit to Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish.

When looking to celebrate the autumn season, look no further than Snohomish County’s pumpkin patches. From harvest festivals to spooky nights on the farm, there is surely something for everyone at these fantastic local pumpkin patches. Find your way through the corn maze and stop for exciting photo opportunities — these are memories worth remembering. Embark on a pumpkin search at the U-pick fields and take in the beautiful sight of autumn in Snohomish County. Head over to Snohomish County’s pumpkin patches of 2022 for a delightful farm experience right in the heart of town.

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