2021 Fall Festivals and Pumpkin Patches in the Valley

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Fall is officially here, and that means time for pumpkin patches and other fall festivities at your favorite Snoqualmie Valley farms! As we all continue to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, our local farms are doing their absolute best to provide a safe and fun experience for everyone. Before heading out, be sure to check in with your destination to ensure you have the most up-to-date information about safety protocols and operating procedures.

And while you’re out soaking up autumn’s beauty, why not make a full day of it? Check out our website for ideas of other fun things to do before or after visiting the farm! Pop in to support a local business by shopping or grabbing a bite to eat, head out on a historic walking tour, or check out our brand new City of Duvall Walking Guide to experience art, history, parks, and other highlights in this charming town. It’s the perfect opportunity to snap some photos and make great memories with friends or family. We promise you’ll have a great time!


Baxter Barn Pumpkin Tours

31929 SE 44th St, Fall City

Contact: Call to make a reservation at 425-765-7883

When: by appointment, closed Sundays and Mondays

Cost: Kids get a free small pumpkin in October with a parent | Tours: $8 per person (minimum 3 people per tour).

Description: Visit this 136-year-old farm to pick out a pumpkin and enjoy a fun, educational, and hands-on learning experience for all ages. Pumpkins are $3-12 and are generally pre-cut. Tours include miniature donkeys, horses, chickens, quail, pheasants, and bunnies.


Carnation Farms Harvest Festival

28901 NE Carnation Farm Rd, Carnation

Contact: 425-844-3100 or info@carnationfarms.org

When: October 2-31  |  Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: Admission is free and there will be food, drinks, beer, and wine for sale. Pumpkins are sold by weight.

Description: Enjoy the autumn season at the Carnation Farms Harvest Festival! Pick pumpkins, take a hayride, enjoy some incredible food and drink, and celebrate all the festivities of fall! All ages welcome.

Looking to pick up a certified organic and pasture-raised turkey for Thanksgiving? Carnation Farms has you covered – reserve yours here.


3636 Neal Rd, Fall City

Contact: info@fallcityfarms.com

When: October 1-31  |  By appointment – Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays

Cost: $5 admission fee per appointment. Appointments occur in one-hour increments and include admission for up to five people. Book your appointment here.

Description: Bring the family to the farm’s pumpkin patch, enjoy hot mini doughnuts and hot cider, visit the farm animals, and find the perfect pumpkin!


1202 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE, Carnation

Contact: 206-719-8602 or firstlightfarm84@gmail.com

When: October 2-24  |  Weekends, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: Dependent on activity

Description: At First Light Farm’s Fall Family Festival, families can experience different activities each weekend along with traditional hayrides and pumpkin hunting. These include meeting baby farm animals, a scavenger hunt, making your own scarecrow, and decorating pumpkins.


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Jubilee Farm Pumpkin Patch

229 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE, Carnation

Contact: 425-240-4929 or https://jubileefarm.org/contactus/

When: October 1-31, seven days per week  |  Saturday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Monday – Friday, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Cost: Free admittance, pumpkins available for purchase

Description: Jubilee Farm is excited to welcome you back to the farm to enjoy another beautiful fall in the Pacific Northwest. Don your mask, grab a clean wheelbarrow, and take a walk out to one of their pumpkin patches where you can find the perfect pumpkins and gourds. On Saturdays and Sundays, hitch a ride to the patch on a tractor-pulled hayride (limited capacity). Savor the sights of the farm and enjoy hot apple cider and food from Patty Pan Grill (weekends only). Apple picking will also be available, although quantity is limited.


15505 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE, Duvall

Contact: 206-372-5586

When: September 24-October 31  |  Sunday – Thursday, 10 a.m. until dark; Friday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Cost: Pumpkins available for purchase

Description: In addition to a patch full of gourds and pumpkins, Muddy Boots plants a spectacular corn maze full of scarecrows and dead ends – a fun challenge for the whole family. For an extra challenge, bring a flashlight on Friday or Saturday night to explore the maze in the dark! Top off your visit enjoying one of the firepits and a hot cup of apple cider.


Novelty Hill Farm Pumpkin Patch and Fall Fun

26617 Northeast 124th Street, Duvall

Contact:  425-788-2416


September 24 – October 31

Fridays and Sundays 10am – 5pm

Saturdays 10am – 10pm

Cost:  free

Description: Fall is the best time of year on Novelty Hill Farm, and it likes to celebrate with family fun for everyone!  Enjoy their pumpkin patch, corn maze, trike track, hay mow, corn crib, farm critters, snacks, and more. Visit and join in the farm experience!  Dog-friendly (on leash).


Public Entrance off of 268th Ave, just north of Carnation. Please follow the directions found here.

Contact: 425-788-1134 or thedirt@oxbow.org

When: October 2-24  |  Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  .

Cost: Free entries and activities! Only items from the Farm Stand, Outdoor Kitchen, and Pumpkin Express Checkout require purchase.

Description:  Fall is a beautiful, bountiful time of the year at Oxbow – celebrate the season with Oxbow Farm at its annual Oxtober Fall Festival! Explore the Living Playground, decorate a mini-pumpkin (one per child), take a hayride, go on a scavenger hunt, get lost in a hay bale maze, and more!  Don’t forget to grab your pumpkin!

Register here.


32610 NE 32nd St, Carnation

Contact: 425-333-4135 or info@remlingerfarms.com

When: September 25-October 31  |  Saturdays and Sundays

Cost: $24.95 plus tax, includes a free pumpkin. Reserve your spot online. You can purchase pony rides for children upon check-in for $5.00 (for children aged 2-10 weighing less than 100 pounds) .

Description: Remlinger’s Fall Harvest Festival brings you extravagant fall decorations, 25+ rides and attractions, gift and craft shops, and fresh farm faire. For every admission into the park, you’ll be able to choose one pumpkin from our great big pumpkin u-pick field!


Si View Harvest Festival

Si View Community Center – 400 SE Orchard Dr, North Bend

Contact: 425-831-1900 or rgoodman@siviewpark.org

When: Saturday, October 30, multiple time slots

Cost: $11.50 per participant pre-registration required.

Description: Harvest season fun for all ages! Come dressed in your costume and ready to play. Try your luck at carnival games. Enjoy the Haunted House and see furry friends at a petting zoo. Paint a pumpkin! Registration fee provides access to all activities and one pumpkin (while supplies last).


Steel Wheel Farm Pumpkin Days + Corn Maze

3701 324th Ave SE, Fall City

Contact: steelwheelfarm@gmail.com

When: September 25-October 31  |  Thursday – Sunday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Cost: U-Pick pumpkins by weight. Corn maze – $5/kid (under 18), $7/adult.

Description: A u-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze (guess what the design is!), and a farm-fresh veggie stand — everything you ever need all in one place to celebrate the harvest season! You will not need to register in advance, but Steel Wheel Farm will have staff monitoring the flow and social distancing of visitors this year to make sure everyone stays safe and has a good time. P.S. Bonus points if you wear a corn costume!


Two Brothers Pumpkins

7110 310th Ave NE, Carnation

Contact: two_brothers_pumpkins@hotmail.com, 425-333-4313

When: Daily 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Description: Pumpkins, guards, corn stalks, mini hay bales and more available for purchase (cash or check only).  Check out the beautiful photos on their Facebook page.

Game Haven Farm has been in the family for 50+ years. The Schmoll family has grown pumpkins for U-pick for more than 25 years, along with a variety of crops. Families enjoy visiting the farm animals & picking pumpkins and gourds of many sizes, shapes & colors from the vine.


Know of any great fall festivities we missed? Send us a note at info@savorsnoqualmievalley.org.