Pierce County Pumpkin Patches to Visit in 2022
Autumn 2022 is officially in full swing, and that means all things fall are upon us here in the Pacific Northwest! We’re especially fortunate here in Pierce County that we have several amazing pumpkin patches hosted by local farms, and these pumpkin patches typically offer much, much more to explore after you pick out your pumpkin. Keep scrolling to explore some of the very best pumpkin patches that Pierce County has to offer!
Spooner Farms in Puyallup
Spooner Farms is one of the most popular pumpkin patch destinations in the Pierce County area, and here you’ll find so much more than just a pumpkin patch! Spooner Farms has been around since 1882, and it’s very much a family owned and operated venture—in fact, it’s been in the family for 6 generations!
Spooner Farms’ Harvest Festival and Corn Maze features a huge pumpkin patch, an elaborate corn maze, delicious snacks, farm animals, a pumpkin slingshot, tractor tours, fall decorations and much more. For more information about visiting Spooner Farms, click here and follow Spooner Farms on Facebook and Instagram for updates.
Picha Farms in Puyallup
Picha Farms has been growing produce since 1904, and this Puyallup farm is a great option if you’re looking for a fun spot to enjoy harvest activities this fall! You’ll find a 5-acre corn maze, a hayride, a kiddie train, a slingshot, classic autumn snacks (like hot apple cider, kettle corn, homemade caramel apples, roasted corn and more), fall decor to buy, and of course, a 9-acre pumpkin patch! For more information about what you expect on your visit, visit the Picha Farms website and follow Picha Farms on Facebook and Instagram for updates.
Sidhu Farms in Puyallup
If you’re new to the area, you’ll quickly realize that many of Pierce County’s farms are in the Puyallup Valley! Sidhu Farms in Puyallup is one of the valley’s treasured family-owned farms, and they have a dynamic harvest experience to enjoy this season. U-pick pumpkins, hayrides, a corn maze, slingshots, jump houses, a kids playground, food trucks, and more are all ready for memory making!
We’re also especially fond of Sidhu Farms in Puyallup—we featured Chet and Kamal of Sidhu Farms in our Meet the Neighbors 253 video series! Click here to watch the video and learn more about Sidhu Farms. You can also learn more about Sidhu Farms’ harvest activities on Facebook and Instagram.
Sterino Farms in Puyallup
Sterino Farms offers yet another fantastic option for picking out pumpkins, fun fall activities, and enjoying the local harvest in the Puyallup Valley. Piles of beautiful pumpkins, photo opportunities, fresh produce, and more are all in store—follow Sterino Farms on Facebook and Instagram for more info about what to expect this season!
McMillin Farm in Puyallup
To enjoy a scenic, peaceful country setting this autumn, head to McMillin Farm in Puyallup to pick out your pumpkins! This classic local farm and produce stand grows pumpkins, green beans, corn, and more, and they are open and ready for fall festivities. For more information on what to expect, be sure to follow McMillin Farm on Facebook and Instagram.
Double RR Farms Pumpkin Patch in Puyallup
This third generation, family-operated farm is right in between Puyallup and Tacoma off of River Road. During October, you can visit Double RR Farms’ 5-acre corn maze, a huge selection of pumpkins, free tractor-pulled hay rides, a pumpkin slingshot, and more. You can learn more about visiting Double RR Farms Pumpkin Patch in Puyallup here and follow them on Facebook for updates and check out photos of the farm on Instagram.
Mosby Farms in Auburn
Visiting Mosby Farms in Auburn is another great way to support local agriculture and our local farmers! During October you can visit Mosby Farms and explore the pumpkin patch, get lost in the corn maze, and just enjoy the scenic country setting. You can learn more about Mosby Farms here, follow them on Facebook, and check out photos on Instagram of Mosby Farms here.
Maris Farms in Buckley
Maris Farms in Buckley hosts the incredible Maris Farms Fall Festival all month long in October, and there is a LOT going on here from morning ‘til night time! There are all kinds of fun daytime activities like a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, live pig and duck races, train and wagon rices, an animal barn, catch and release trout fishing, ziplines and more, and then there are the “haunted” offerings to explore. There is a scary, immersive 35-minute haunted experience (not recommended for kids 10 and under), and you can learn more about all of the different ticket options here.
To plan your visit, check out MarisFarms.com and follow Maris Farms on Facebook and Instagram for updates!
Knutson Farms in Sumner
Knutson Farms was started in the 1930s, and what once began as a small rhubarb and flower farming venture has grown into the incredible operation it is today! In addition to growing rhubarb and cut flowers, Knutson Farms also hosts several events throughout the year, including “The Patch” during October. During October you can celebrate the fall season here and pick pumpkins, explore the hay bale maze or corn maze, play corn hole and tetherball, try out the tricycle course and rubber ducky races, visit the animal barn and flower shop, and more. Plus, there’s food + beverages to enjoy on your trip, too. Learn more about Knutson Farms and purchase tickets here, and follow Knutson Farms on Facebook and Instagram for updates!
Alderbrook Farm in Sumner
This family-run farm is a Sumner favorite that’s known for “Spooky’s Pumpkin Patch,” Tom’s Corn,” and more! The picturesque pumpkin patch is filled with photo opportunities, and of course you can just the right pumpkin to take home with you, too. Visit Alderbrook Farm’s Facebook for updates and to check out photos of the pumpkin patch!
Thomasson Family Farm in Enumclaw
Thomasson Family Farm is in Enumclaw, so it’s not technically in Pierce County, but we absolutely love being neighbors with this incredible pumpkin patch and fall festival! Thomasson Family Farm offers tons to do and see, so get ready to spend hours exploring this popular fall destination. There’s a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, farm animals, laser tag, a zip line, slides, a play barn, an apple slingshot, duck races, corn hole, a hay barn, giant games, photo ops, a gift shop brimming with fun fall items, and much, much more! Click here for more information and follow Thomasson Family Farm on Facebook and Instagram and updates this season.