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Best Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes for Seattle and Eastside Families

Where to pick the perfect pumpkin and find COVID-safe harvest fun in 2020

Published on: September 15, 2020

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Pick your perfect pumpkin

So much is different this year, but the pumpkins are still growing. With a few adjustments, families should still be able to make their fall pumpkin patch pilgrimage. Farmers all over the region are carving mazes into their cornfields and opening up their pumpkin fields.

Pumpkin patch experiences can vary quite a bit. For kids, much of the fun comes from extras, including kid activities and treats. Farms are offering what they can; be sure to double-check before heading out if you're counting on a certain activity or treat. Facebook pages are a good source of day-by-day information from farms. Do prep your kids that things will be different, wear your masks, bring your community spirit and have fun.

This list is big! It's organized by region. First, find eight Snohomish County pumpkin patches, then eight Eastside and South King County-area pumpkin patches. (For even more pumpkin-picking options, check out our guide to South Sound pumpkin patches.)

Page ahead to our list of Snohomish County pumpkin patches.

Or skip to our list of Eastside and South King County area pumpkin patches.

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