Fall is finally here and we could not be more excited. Fall in the Pacific Northwest is something special and what better way to celebrate the fall season than by heading to one of the local pumpkin patches in our area! We’ve compiled a list of the pumpkin patches near our community and what they have to offer.
Bi-Zi Farms is just 10 minutes from our community and open Wednesday through Friday from 2 pm to 6 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. For their admission prices, it is $14 per person + $1.50 ticket fee, $12 per senior (62 and above) + $1.50 ticket fee, and 2 and under has no charge but this does not include a free pumpkin, hot drink or two shots at the Pumpkin Launch. Each paid entry to the pumpkin patch includes a wagon ride to and from the Pumpkin Patch to find your pumpkin, one free pumpkin from the Pumpkin Patch of any size that you can carry out, admission to the corn maze, two shots at the pumpkin launches, one free hot drink, admission to the farm animals, several children’s activities, live music (Saturdays and Sundays) and fresh apple cider sampling. Bi-Zi Farms also has a nighttime corn maze every Friday and Saturday night from 6 pm to 10 pm. They also allow pets as long as they are on a 6 ft set length leash.
The Vancouver Pumpkin Patch is 16 minutes away and is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. The $10 admission per person includes entry to the Vancouver Pumpkin Patch, Hayride on weekends and Wednesday and Friday afternoons, 1 pumpkin from the patch, entry to the petting zoo and 1 entry to the corn maze. Additional pumpkins, gourds, and other fall decor are available for purchase as well as a variety of squashes grown on the farm. There is also a u-pick portion of the farm with tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, and beans, all for $1.25 per pound. Make sure to bring cash and leave your pets at home!
Walton Farms is 26 minutes from our community and opens October 2nd, Wednesday through Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is $12 a person and includes the corn maze, train ride, and one pumpkin of any size. 2 and under get in for free, but no pumpkin, and seniors (55+) get in for $10. Pet’s are welcome but must be on a leash.
The Patch opens up October 1st just 26 minutes away and will be open Monday through Saturday 9 am to 6 pm and Sundays from 12 pm to 6 pm. Amenities that you will find at The Patch are a 1-acre corn maze, 5-acre corn maze, small hay maze, small hay pyramid, pumpkin bowling for kids, hayrides, and photo-op props; check their website to see what days and times these amenities are available. While they do not charge parking or admission fees, pumpkins, squash, and gourds are sold by size and variety and some of the amenities cost a small fee. Pets are also welcome here but must remain on a leash.
The Pumpkin Patch, which is 35 minutes away in Oregon, is open daily in October from 9 am to 6 pm and does not have entrance fees, but there are fees for various things once you are in The Pumpkin Patch. When visiting you will find the produce market, animal barn, pumpkin patch giftshop, The Patio Cafe & Coffee Cart, the maize, free pumpkin picking hayrides, beer and cider on tap at The Patio Cafe, u-pick and pre-picked pumpkins, a cow train, and a giant hay pyramid. No dogs are allowed when visiting.
All of these pumpkin patches are great and sure to be a fun fall activity. When you visit, be sure to snap a picture and share it with us on Instagram and Facebook. We can’t wait to see everyone's front doors decorated for the fall season!