Pumpkin Patches, Fall Festivals and U-Pick Pumpkin Farms in Pacific NW 2015

BIG list of all the Pumpkin Patch, U-pick farms and Fall Festivals for the Pacific NW! Can't wait to take my kids to the pumpkin patch.

I love this time of year when I get to take my family to fun places like a Pumpkin Patch or a fall festival. Here in the Pacific Northwest we have quite a few great family friendly places and events.

Me and two other bloggers are teaming up and typing up these pumpkin patches and fall festivals by region for the whole Pacific Northwest. We hope you have fun and find some activities to take your families to.

2015 Eastern Washington & Central/Eastern Oregon Fairs, Festivals and Pumpkin Patches

U Pick Pumpkins

Job’s Nursery– Pasco, WA
Country Mercantile – Pasco,
Carver Farms – Newman Lake, WA
Wilson Banner Ranch – Clarkston, WA
Colville Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Colville, WA
Knapps on Green Bluff– Spokane, WA
Thompsons Farm Market – Naches, WA
Quincy Valley Lions Club Harvest Maze & Pumpkin Patch – Quincy, WA

Fall Festivals and Fairs

Wenatchee River Salmon Festival – 9/17-9/19 – Leavenworth, WA
Central Washington State Fair – 9/25 – 10/4 – Yakima, WA
Sausage Festival – 9/18 – 9/19 – Richland, WA
Autumn Leaf Festival – 9/25 – 9/27 – Leavenworth, WA
The Great Prosser Balloon Rally – 9/25 – 9/27 – Prosser, WA
Sacajawea Heritage Days – 9/25 – 9/26 – Sacajawea State Park, Pasco, WA
The Country Mercantile Harvest Festival – 9/27 – 10/31 – 7 days a week, 9am-6pm, Pasco, WA
Bill’s Berry Farm Apple & Pumpkin Festival – Saturday 9/19, 9/26 AND all Fridays and Saturdays in October, 9-5 Grandview, WA
Apple Festival – 9/19-20,9/26-27 and all weekends in October 10am – 6pm – Siemer’s Farms, Mead, WA
Marcus Ciderfest – 10/3 – Marcus, WA
Columbia County Fair– 9/11 – 9/13 – Dayton, WA
Buckner Orchard Harvest Fest – 10/10 – Buckner Orchards, Stehekin, WA
Schell’s Massive Corn Maze & Fall Harvest – October –  7 days a week – various times, Union Gap and Toppenish, WA
Anderson Family Farm Fall Festival – 10/3 – Anderson Family Farm, Ellensburg, WA
The Sunshine Farm – U-Press Cider – Lake Chelan, WA
Leavenworth Oktoberfest – three weekends: 10/2-10/3, 10/09-11/10 and 10/16-10/17 – Leavenworth, WA
Kennewick Valley Grange Fall Bazaar – 10/9- 10/10 – Kennewick, WA
Old Roses Mercantile Pumpkin Patch –  10-1 – 10/31 – La Grande, OR
The Northern Pacific Train Museum – Annual Pumpkin Run 10/24 – Toppenish, WA
Fall Release Weekend – 11/6 – 11/8 – Milton Freewater
Seasons Faire – November – La Grande, OR
Tri-Cities Wine Festival – 11/14 – Kennewick, WA

f you know of a Fall Fair, Festival or Pumpkin patch in Eastern WA or Oregon that I missed please leave a comment below and I will add it to this list.

See the Western Oregon and SW Washington list of Fall Fairs & Festivals.
See the Puget Sound Fall Fairs & Festivals.19 Comments

Pumpkin Patches, Fall Festivals and U-Pick Pumpkin Farms in Pacific NW 2015 was last modified: September 4th, 2015 by Karrie

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  1. Bill’s berry farm is open during the week to preschool groups and school groups must call ahead and reserve a slot! Also Schell’s Corn maze is located In between Granger and Toppenish! On highway 22

  2. Sausage Festival in Richland at Christ the KIng School

  3. Sunnie Scott says:

    Great Idea to list these festivals. Thanks,
    Can we do free/cheap Christmas events too?

  4. The Northern Pacific Train Museum in Toppenish has up coming events including a Haunted Train Depot for older kids and Pumpkin Run for the little ones.

  5. Great family fun in Colton, WA at red-barn-fams.com

  6. Fall Fest – Howard Amon Park, Richland WA
    Oct 12th 10am-1pm

    Fundraiser for Bethlehem Lutheran School

    1 mile fun run, 5K, 10K races starting at 9am

    Fall Fest includes bouncy houses, laser tag, carnival type games, a cake walk, raffles, craft and vendor booths, food, music and more.

  7. Hatch Farms U-Pick Pumpkin Patch in Pasco, WA 🙂 Opens around the same time as the Mercantile.

  8. We are offering our first Fall Festival on our farm this year! We have field trips lined up on weekdays and will open to the public starting October 5th. Saturdays from 11am-6pm and Sundays from 1pm-6pm. Pumpkin Patches, Big Bale Straw Maze, mini donuts, apple cider, hay ride, barrel train, spud slingshot etc. Designed to be a positive, simple, & family friendly experience! Each weekend will have a unique addition. Examples: Maze Scavenger Hunt, Spoon/egg races, Craft/Pumpkin Decorating, Costume Contest, etc!!
    Like us on our Facebook page to see all current updates! http://www.facebook.com/middletonsixsonsfarms

  9. Calvacade of Bands-Marching bands from the northwest performing their shows. It is in Kennewick this year at Lion Stadium (Kennewick High). Alternates years between Kennewick and Pasco’s Edgar Brown Stadium. Always the 1st Saturday in October. You can get more information from either Pasco High or Kennewick High. I don’t know the cost breakdown but most high school band students in Eastern Washington should know when their band is performing. I go every year to help my kid’s band.

  10. Heather Duncan says:

    Here’s a few more that I know about, most are already over for this year but these are annual events, save the list for next year.

    Colours of Autumn Harvest Festival in Benton City – 2nd weekend of October https://www.facebook.com/events/529700697124379/

    Connell Fall Festival – http://www.cityofconnell.com/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7B4D14E9E6-952F-42DA-A70F-15E1C179B525%7D&DE=%7B5FE06121-B93F-4D31-AD41-D0D392EB9C38%7D https://www.facebook.com/ConnellFallFestival

    West Richland Harvest Festival – usually 3rd Saturday of September, sponsored by West Richland Lions Club, West Richland Chamber of Commerce, and City of West Richland

    Zillah’s Not Just a Farmers Market – 2nd Saturday of September http://www.eventcrazy.com/Zillah-WA/events/details/341900-Not-Just-a-Farmers-Market

    Wapato Tamale Festival – early October http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/latestlocalnews/1565117-8/wapato-tamale-festival-set-for-saturday

    Cowiche Canyon Conservancy’s Fall Colors Festival – late October http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/yhr/tuesday/1566959-8/outdoor-happenings-oct-15-2013

  11. My husband and I just went from renting a small two bedroom apartment to buying a 160sqft house.

    Our electricity bill was $177 when we left the apartment. We kept our ac unit on a steady temp (around 70-we just had a baby), never turned the lights on, used cold water instead of warm, washed dishes by hand and when we didn’t we opened the dishwasher when it was on dry cycle (to save on electricity)…we did SO much it felt like.

    Our new house, we have yet to turn on our unit (it’s on auto fan). It’s winter now and we have one large space heater we bought via a yardsale website, we keep it in our daughter’s room at night and in the living room during the day. In the morning if it’s too cold I turn the oven on and crack it to warm up that side of the house. At night we (ahem,…me) sleep under a couple of comforters. I stay layered up at night and by the morning I’m so warm I don’t mind running in the cold to turn on the oven or bring the heater out to the main area of the house. By noon our house is at 68-71 degrees (good temperature for us).
    We use the dishwasher, and I do like 5 loads of laundry a day it feels like. I leave lights on and leave doors or windows open on occasion. Anyways, the point of this is… our electricity bill has been lower than $30 every month since we’ve been in this house. Ack!!! Can you say A M A Z I N G?!!!!

    Just thought I would share. I think that space heaters are a good idea, so is using what you have. Candles easily warm up a smaller room. I put for large candles in my bedroom yesterday at 5:30pm and by 6:00 our room was considerably warmer.

  12. Anna Hernandez says:

    Are there any pet friendly pumpkin patches??

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