Last updated on March 11th, 2022

Craven Farm is Snohomish Valley’s original pumpkin patch, home to decades of family memories. The Fall Festival opens mid to late September and runs through the end of October.

There are So. Many. Activities. to enjoy!

  • Find your perfect pumpkin amongst the 20-acre patch featuring over 50 varieties.
  • Hop on a hayride or take the cow train around the fields (Friday – Sunday).
  • Find your way through the 15-acre corn maze. Take the easy Bunny Trail or the more challenging Wild Hare Loop. There’s even a kids adventure maze for pre-k through 5th graders designed to educate and entertain.
  • Try your hand at the apple slinger, mini golf course, and human foosball game.
  • Meet some of the cutest animals – mini horses, a baby bull, bunnies, pheasant, and goats.
  • Line up for a rubber duck race.
  • Make a scarecrow to take home.
  • On weekends, enjoy a variety of delicious fall food include apple cider donuts, corn, cheese curds, funnel cake, corn dogs, and more!

Free farm entry; activity costs vary; $15/weekends & $20/weekend for an Unlimited Fun Wristband.

There are two special days (in September) to bring your four-legged family member too! On these days, the farm allows pups at the patch with the family – with a couple rules:

  • All dogs must be leashed (no retractable leashes).
  • No dogs in heat.
  • No temperamental or aggressive dogs.
  • Clean up after your dog (please bring your own poop bags).
  • No dogs allowed in the animal barn or gift shop.
  • Please do not allow your child to approach a dog without the owner’s permission.
  • Remember to bring water and poop bags!

Note to self

  • They do not charge an entrance fee so you can choose what you want to do and only pay for those activities.
  • Bring cash, although they have an ATM machine.
  • Wear boots as it can be quite muddy.
  • They have porta potties. Come prepared with wet wipes.
  • Picking pumpkins? It might be a good idea to bring garden gloves to protect yourself from the pokies on the stems
  • Night time corn maze for older kids!
Q When are U-pick Pumpkins in season?

Typically, Pumpkins come into season in late September with plenty of time for Halloween. Check their website or Facebook page for more info.

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  • Free Entry?:Yes
  • Parking:Free Parking, Parking Lot