Pumpkins, cider and corn, oh my! There is nothing like ushering in the fall season with a trip to a local farm to pick out that perfect pumpkin, get lost in a corn maze and sip hot apple cider. Here are the 2022 pumpkin patches in Skagit County.
Daily: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
15565 State Route 536, Mount Vernon
Schuh Farms is open year-round, but if you haven’t made it out yet this year, head to their pumpkin patch in Mount Vernon, you won’t be disappointed! They have three fields with both you-pick and they-pick, in a wide selection of varieties and sizes. They also have many varieties of squash for fall cooking and decorating. After finding that perfect pumpkin, check out their hay and train rides, bouncy house and farm animals. Grab some hot apple cider and a tasty snack from the food vendors. Before you leave, be sure to check out the home decorations for sale in the barn. For more information, visit the Schuh Farms Facebook page.
Gordon Skagit Farms
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
25598 McLean Road, Mount Vernon
Gordon Skagit Farms is ready to welcome the fall season with a great selection of pumpkins, gourds and squashes in all sizes and shapes! This fun you-pick pumpkin patch in Mount Vernon was featured in Martha Stewart Living! Find hot apple cider and a corn maze waiting for you after you’ve picked your perfect pumpkin. They are also part of the Festival of Skagit Farms happening October 1-2. For more information, visit the Gordon Skagit Farms website or their Facebook page.
Jones Creek Farms
32260 Burrese Road, Sedro-Woolley
Jones Creek Farms is a you-pick pumpkin patch in Sedro-Woolley that is all about producing the best produce for your home! They do not have any entry fees or extra activities, as they focus solely on the growing! They are a great place to go for all your fall harvest needs, from apples and corn to late season fruits like pumpkins! Check out the Jones Creek Farms harvest calendar and Facebook page for updates.
55931 SR 20, Rockport
The Cascadian Farm is not open to the public for the 2022 season. For more information, visit the Cascadian Farm website.