Haven't picked your Halloween pumpkin yet? When you’re ready to get spooky, or at least autumnal, there’s no better way to start those jack-o-lanterns or collection of decorative gourds than snapping your squash straight from the patch—or at least from a stand on the farm where they grew.
To help you out with that, here’s our updated map of where you can pick your own pumpkin. You've got essentially two basic regions of farmland within a stone’s throw of the city. You can head north to Snohomish, Edmonds, or Arlington. Or you can go southeast to Fall City, Kent, or Carnation. Either way, you'll have options for pumpkin patches, plus other festive, fall farm activities like corn mazes, hayrides, and more—including some that get a little extra with offerings like zombie paintball. (Really!)
Did we miss a good patch? Let us know and we'll take a look.
Map points are ordered north to south.Read More