The air is crisp and the leaves are turning. It’s the perfect time to head to a local pumpkin patch for that quintessential symbol of the season. Then, spend the day engaging in fun, sometimes spooky, activities for the whole family. Here is the list of 2020 pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Skagit County. Be sure to read for COVID-19 specific changes to your favorite patch and call before heading out with any questions.

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You are sure to find a pumpkin at the 300-acre Schuh Farms pumpkin patch. Photo courtesy: Schuh Farms

Schuh Farms  

Now – October 31 Daily: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
15565 State Route 536, Mount Vernon

Schuh Farms is has been a staple Skagit County pumpkin patch for over half a decade. The 300-acre farm with a pumpkin patch in Mount Vernon, has a large selection of pumpkins in three fields. They offer both u-pick and we-pick pumpkins and other fall products.

Families will have fun with their corn maze, pumpkin bouncy house, hay ride, tractor and barrel trains, and children’s play area. Then check out their retail barn full of fall and Halloween décor, fresh seasonal produce, flower bouquets, homemade jams and syrups, cheeses and more! Need a snack? How about an espresso or some ice cream!

Important COVID-19 Changes: Masks and social distancing are required.

For more information, visit the Schuh Farms Facebook page.

Gordon Skagit Farms

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Gordon Farms has all kinds, and colors, of pumpkins. Photo courtesy: Gordons Farms

October 1-31, daily: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
25598 McLean Road, Mount Vernon

Gordon Skagit Farms knows how to grow pumpkins. They have been doing it since 1969! This year, the Skagit Valley Farm Tours is back, happening October 2 and 3. Whether you decide to come for the tour or on a different day, you are sure to be pleased with the large variety of pumpkins they have waiting for you.

After you get your perfect pumpkin, check out the corn maze and haunted barn at the Gordon Skagit Farms. The farm goes all out for fall, so take time to look at the decorations and snap some photos with the family. Be sure to take some time checking out their decorations, they really go all out for fall harvest. And don’t forget the hot apple cider!

Important COVID-19 Changes: Masks are required.

For more information, visit the Gordon Skagit Farms website or their Facebook page.

Jones Creek Farms

32260 Burrese Road, Sedro-Woolley

Pick up a pumpkin for carving and for baking from your local Skagit County pumpkin patch, because there is nothing like homemade pumpkin pie.

Jones Creek Farms is a u-pick pumpkin patch in Sedro-Wolley. They have plenty of varieties of pumpkins and squash for you to choose, along with other seasonal fruits. If you are looking for apples for hard cider or baking, you definitely want to check out their harvest calendar.

Important COVID-19 Changes: They have added an outdoor area that will include checkout locations. They have extra employees working to keep things cleaned and sanitary. Warm water wash stations are available as well as hand sanitizer.

Cascadian Farm

55931 SR 20, Rockport

The Cascadian Farm is not open to the public for the 2021 season. For more information, visit the Cascadian Farm website.

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