Check out These Fun Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes

With the weather cooling down, it is the best time to take the whole family out to enjoy the many pumpkin patches and corn mazes throughout Washington. Keep these locations in mind when you are looking for a fun, family event this fall.

In King County, make sure to check out Dr. Maze’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm. With open dates starting in September and going all the way to the end of October, Dr. Maze’s is sure to please everyone in the family. The farm features farm animals, a corn maze, pumpkin patch pick, and tractor pulled hay rides.

In Pierce County, Double R Farms opens its corn maze and pumpkin patch the first week of October. The farm also has tractor pull hay rides and pumpkins that you can pick yourself, or a large selection that has already been gathered from the field.

In Snohomish County, do not miss out on the corn maze at Carleton Farm Produce. This year’s maze has three different games to play while winding your way through the gigantic maze, including Farm Scene Investigation, Farm Tracks, and Salute to 12th Man, which are fun for people of all ages.

In Thurston County, make sure to come out to the Rutledge Corn Maze and Produce. The corn maze is Seahawks themed, and is sure to get everyone turned around. There are also plenty of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes to pick starting October 3rd. Rutledge also sells produce that was all grown onsite, as well as plenty of harvest décor such hay bales and cornstalks to get your house into the fall spirit.

Humble & Davenport Insurance, located in Renton, Washington, would like to invite you and your family to these exciting local events to help you get into the fall spirit.

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