Corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Seattle 2018

Seattle is a metropolis that is defined by great alternative rock and Amazon.

This region is also a magnet for fans of fall, who flock to the Seattle region to experience the area’s unique climate and autumn attractions. For fall lovers, both local and abroad, the Seattle area offers a ton of things to do, including numerous pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Here are the best patches and mazes that will create a fall wonderland in Seattle in 2018.

Thomas Family Farm
Now until Oct. 31
9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296
(360) 568-6945

It will be plenty of fall fun on the farm at this country oasis just outside the burbs’. Thomas Family Farm in the town of Snohomish has one of the largest corn mazes in the Seattle area, with 10-acres of a maze that will challenge even experts. One doesn’t have to do the corn maze, though, as there will be other activities such as paintball and riding in a monster truck to keep fall lovers entertained.

Carleton Farms
Now until Oct. 31
630 Sunnyside Blvd. SE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
(425) 334-2297

Ever wanted to chuck a pumpkin? Well, as it turns out, the Seattle area is filled with this fun activity, and one of the best spots is Carleton Farms. This place has not one, but two, pumpkin cannons, which will provide hours of fun. For those that don’t prefer to destroy a pumpkin, there is a pumpkin patch, a three-acre corn maze, play areas for the kiddos, and more!

Two Brothers Pumpkins at Game Haven Farm
Now until Oct. 31
7110 310th Ave. , Carnation, WA 98014
(425) 333-4313

The countryside of Washington State is pristine and beautiful, and, as a bonus, they’re made for fall fun! Two Brothers Pumpkins at Game Haven Farm is one such venue, which has a pumpkin patch that is known far and wide across the Seattle region. For the little ones who may not be into pumpkins, the farm has animals that they can pet, which is always cool.

Carver Farm
Now until Oct. 31
13817 Shorts School Rd., Snohomish, WA 98290
(360) 568-2601

Snohomish should be considered the “Fall Festival Capital of Washinton State,” because no matter where you throw a stone, one will bound to hit a pumpkin patch farm with a great maze, Carver Farm is one out of a multitude of farms that will present fall fun to Seattle city dwellers and suburbanites. The farm contains not one, but two corn mazes, one for adults, and a smaller one for the kiddos. Also at Carver farm is a human foosball, miniature golf, and more that will get the family in the mood for fall fun.