Corn mazes & pumpkin patches!

It’s October and fall is here! The perfect time to stay inside and curl up with a hot drink and a good book. With that in mind, we wanted you to know about something worth going outside for this month: corn mazes and pumpkin patches!
Starting south and heading north, here a just some of what the greater Seattle area has to offer.
Thomasson Family Farm
It’s a dairy farm – but in the fall they run a 5 acre corn maze and a u-pick pumpkin patch. It also hosts a Kids Corral with variety of activities for the little ones, including a chance to milk a cow!
Carpinito Brothers
This place hosts a unique corn maze each year, a u-pick pumpkin patch and a farm fun yard. The farm fun yard hosts activities for kids such as a hay maze, rubber duck derby, and the all time favorite corn pen. Where there are countless corn kernels to play in!
Hours and prices listed on their Facebook page.
Serres Farm
This one is a little on the small side compared to many corn mazes. But for those of you looking for a short corn maze, pumpkins, and a few other kid-friendly activities this place is perfect.
Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm
Here you get hayride/tractor pull over to Bob’s big corn maze & u-pick pumpkin patch. They also have a country store full of tasty treats and pre-picked pumpkins. They also host a number of kid-friendly spaces and a hay bale maze.
The Farm at Swan’s Trail
Their corn maze has 4.5 miles of path and is a giant map of Washington with more than 250 state roads and 400 towns and landmarks, each labeled with historical facts. Top off this experience with pumpkin and apple picking!
Stocker Farms
They partnered up with the Ronald McDonald house and your visit helps kids in need! They offer a corn maze, pumpkin patch and more, including reservable fire pits.
Lake Stevens
Carleton Farms
Located just north of Snohomish this place offers more than just corn & pumpkin picking. They have Zombie Paintball. And on weekends only they have pumpkin cannons! That has to be awesome.
This list only scratches the surface, there’s plenty more out there. And if those aren’t your thing there are still loads of great things happening this month in the Seattle region. Things worth getting out for, even getting wet and maybe even muddy for! And after that, then you can go home, curl up with a hot drink and read that book.
And don’t miss our handy house-hunting checklist below.  If you know anyone who could benefit from this information, just let us know and we’d be happy to follow up with them!