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Our 5 Favorite Pumpkin Patches in Pierce County!

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We asked our area experts (aka our agents!) what their favorite pumpkins patches in Pierce County were, and they delivered! From pumpkin slingshots to pony rides, we’ve got you covered this fall.

Spooner Farms in Puyallup

Spooner Farms is our most frequently recommended pumpkin patch in Pierce County! REALTOR® Trish Stone shares, “Spooners off the Orting highway has a plethora of activities, food trucks, a corn maze, farm animals, picture taking opportunities, and even some shopping!” A gift shop on the farm offers pumpkin carving tools, kitchen and home products, Halloween decorations, even caramel apples and fudge! REALTOR® Amber Tuck adds, “Also so many fun, free family activities at Spooners! Just the cost of a pumpkin gets you a whole day of fun for all ages.” REALTOR® Maggie Feagin-Schauble raves, “Spooners is the best! The corn maze is so much fun!” Along with the corn maze, the farm offers pumpkin slingshots as well! The farm is definitely iconic in the area and REALTOR® Linda Solheim shared with us, “Spooners Farm is going five generations strong. There is always a great experience for the whole family.” REALTOR® Erin Dobrinski shares, “I've always been a big fan of Spooner Farms too! Even when it's off-season, I love driving by - it always evokes great memories and good feelings. It's part of what makes Puyallup and the Orting Valley special all year long.”

Picha Farms in Waller

“Picha Farms near river road in the Puyallup valley is great for picture ops, slingshots, corn maze, and reunions,” Says Trish. “If you were a product of Puyallup schools, you'll either see Russ Picha, a favorite Junior High science teacher and/or your old classmates!” Russ' brother Dan Picha also owns the farm and is a teacher at Puyallup High School! If you treasure family farms, Picha is another great choice. REALTOR® Morgan Reay shares,”Picha Farms is family owned and the hayrides and corn maze are a blast for all ages. Always treat yourself to a caramel apple (or two)!” REALTOR® Steve Sloboda adds “I 100% agree with Morgan. We hit Picha’s every year.” Picha is appreciated for their great owners. REALTOR® Kelli Jo Hjalseth says, “Family-owned Picha Farms is a favorite! FUN for the kiddos and and the rest of the clan too! The owners are the nicest people you will meet.” REALTOR® Lindsay Heidal adds, “Pichas is an easy stop, not a long walk with kiddos, lots of cute photo ops. It’s one of my favorites on weekday evenings.”

Maris Farms in Buckley

“Maris Farms in Buckley entertained my teens for hours.” Says REALTOR® Monica Wylie. “They are open September 29 through October 31st this year.” Maris Farms is known for their pumpkin cannons, an amazing corn maze, and pig racing. Maris farms even has a lookout tower in the middle where you can take some fun pictures. They even offer delicious hot dogs! Learn more about Maris Farms here!

Schilter Family Farm in Nisqually

Schilter Family Farm has been highly recommended by our agents! “I like Schilter Family Farm in Nisqually." says REALTOR® Laura Oellerich says, “It is a real working farm. It has a barn with farm animals you can pet. They give hay rides and have a hay maze for little kids and a corn maze for bigger kids. Lots of fun!” Discover more about Schilter Family Farm here!

Old McDebbie’s Farm & Jim’s U-Fish in Spanaway

Old McDebbie’s Farm & Jim’s U-Fish is a great place to get a two-for-one deal on fun! Linda shares, “Old McDebbie’s Farm & Jim’s U-Fish in Spanaway offers lots of great activities like fishing, pony rides, and pumpkin pickin’!” To find out more about all the fun at Old McDebbie’s & Jim’s click here!

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