Top 5 Seattle Area Picks to Get Your Pumpkins

 

It’s Fall y’all, therefore it’s time to plan your great pumpkin adventure.  So grab your PSL, check out our Pinterest Board for pumpkin carving ideas, and let’s get to it.  Here are our Top 5 Picks to Get Your Pumpkins:

 

 

1) FOR THE SLACKER PARENTS:

We totally get it – busy lives, kids, soccer and more. Who wouldn’t want to spend the weekend in traffic only to arrive at the farm in a muddy bog while your toddler is screaming because the stem on their pumpkin broke off and the baby needs a diaper change and everyone is STARVING!

We got you!  Head over to the our very own “in-city” Hunter Farms to let the kids frolic in the manageable sized pumpkin parking lot to their heart’s content.  The perfect opportunity to quickly grab your pumpkins and head to your next soccer game in Poulsbo.  Enjoy!

PS: while you’re there, consider purchasing a pumpkin to put in the donation box for children to decorate that are receiving services from Ryther Center.

Hunter Tree Farm Pumpkin Patch

7744 35th Ave NE

Seattle, WA  98115

Hours: Open weekends only through 10/27

Admission: Free

 

                                             

 

TODDLER HAVEN:

Fox Hollow Farm has everything you need to get the toddler wiggles out.  Animal sanctuary and petting zoo, bouncy castles, hay maze, toddler tractor races, scenic hay rides, hot cider and of course pumpkins!  While you’re there, don’t miss the corn bin, a tactile experience that even adults enjoy.

Fox Hollow Farm

12123 Issaquah Hobart Rd SE

Issaquah Wa 98027

Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, opens at 10:00 AM

Admission: $10 (Advance Purchase)

 

 

BARGAIN DEALS:

You’re on a mission – round, orange and cheap.  We’ve got you covered!  Our research team conducted an intensive investigation to find the least expensive jack-o-lantern in Seattle.  Here’s what we uncovered:

Trader Joe’s – $2.99

Walmart – $3.28

Grocery Outlet– $4.99

Safeway – ($0.39 per lb) about $5.50

 

 

FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY:

With one of the best corn mazes west of the mountains, Remlinger Farms has enough to entertain the entire family including hay rides, roller coaster, pony rides, pedal go-carts, animals, climbing wall and canoes.  And, of course loads of pumpkins!

 

Remlinger Farms

32610 N.E. 32nd Street

Carnation, WA 98014

Hours: Weekends only through 10/27, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Admission: $22.75

 

 

ORGANIC LOVERS:

Oxbow Farms offers all shapes and sizes of certified organic pumpkins.  Fall festival activities include hay rides, farm tours, arts and crafts, scavenger hunt and the house of hay.  While you’re there, stock up on their seasonal vegetables grown right there on the farm.

 

Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center

10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE

Carnation, WA 98014

Hours: Weekends only through 10/27, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Admission: Free

 

 

PS: Don’t forget to check out our pumpkin carving Pinterest board for some great Pinspiration!

 

 

 

 

Posted on October 11, 2019 at 09:54
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