It’s that magical time of year when dead leaves, lattes, and pumpkins blow up your feed. Give the masses what they want, which is approximately 39 pics of your autumnal dog at the pumpkin patch. Put on your best matching sweaters, leash up, and check out our list of 9 dog-friendly pumpkin patches in Washington state.
Note: We looked up COVID restrictions when writing this, but due to the ever-changing situation, we recommend calling before your visit. Please be respectful, keep pupper on leash, and pick up those poops.
1. Fox Hollow Farms, Issaquah
By reservation only; open now.
Make a reservation for you and fren at Fox Hollow Farms for 4 acres full of fall fun. Buddy’ll follow his snoot down the haunted trail all the way to the U-pick pumpkin patch. After he picks the perfect pumpkin, grab a T-R-E-A-T and get lost in the hay maze. The extra kibble on top: They have free mini pumpkins for all doggos on Fur-Baby Fridays!
Note: Be sure to buy tickets on Fox Hollow’s website. No refunds or exchanges.
2. Rutledge Corn Maze, Olympia
10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily; opens Sept. 25
You’ll be a-maze-d by the next spot, Rutledge Corn Maze. Rutledge’s pumpkin patch is free to visit if Princess just wants to strut through the patch, but we are sure she’ll lead you right to the corn maze. Come back after smol fry has gone to bed for the after dark haunted maze (too spooky for your Scooby Doo!).
3. Biringer’s Black Crow Pumpkins & Corn Maze, Arlington
11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday; opens Oct. 1
Fido’ll love Biringer’s, bc head pats and tummy rubs await him on his walk from the pumpkin patch to the corn maze. You’ll have time to drink two cups of local apple cider while the vendors fawn over the cutest pumpkin in the patch, your puppo!
4. Sterino Farms, Puyallup
8 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
You’ll have to get two wagons at Sterino Farms, one for the $1 pumpkins floof picks out and one to pull the floof after he eats too many of the food vendor’s yummy treats. Don’t worry, pup’ll alert you when you turn the wrong way in the corn maze.
Note: Dogs are not allowed inside the market.
5. Maris Farms, Buckley
1 p.m.-7 p.m. Thursday, 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday; opens Oct. 1
Buy your tickets to Maris Farms, and leash up for farm fun. Maris Farms has more excitement than you can shake a stick at: pumpkin patch, corn maze, tug-o-war, beer garden, and more! Just make sure pup remembers her ID; dogs must register at the information booth upon entry.
6. Mosby Farms, Auburn
10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; opens Oct. 1
Doggy’ll be delighted to grace everyone at Mosby Farms with his presence. Trot pooch through the patch, once, twice, as many times as it takes to find the perfect pumpkin. That big one wants to be a pie; pup can smell it.
Note: Pups aren’t allowed in the corn maze, but weed pulling is encouraged!
7. Alvarado Family Pumpkin Patch, Moses Lake
Call for hours; opens Oct. 1
The Alvarado Family Pumpkin Patch will make you and Fifi feel the love. Give the Alvarado family a call, and they’ll help pup with all her pumpkin needs. Reviewers rave about their family-friendliness and grrreat prices. You’re there to buy the goods; pup’s there for belly rubs from the kids.
8. Sidhu Farms Pumpkin Patch, Puyallup
9 a.m.-6p.m. daily; opens Oct. 1
All the fall favorites are at Sidhu Farms Pumpkin Patch, and they asked us to ask you to bring your dog. Boop snootin’ boogie on down to the U-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze, and hayrides. Pup’ll beg for bites from the food trucks (on-site every weekend in Oct.).
9. Creek House Farm, Port Orchard
By reservation only; open now
Make a reservation for your private wolf pack to roam Creek House Farm. Ideal for four-legged babies (and two-legged babies,) this farm has the fall fixins. Pick from 20 variations of pumpkin before you test your aim at the pumpkin slingshot. Try not to embarrass doggo; he’s got a keen eye.
Know of any other Washington pumpkin patches that are dog-friendly? Bark at us in the comments, and pawlease tag us in pictures of your pooch in the patch.
Featured Photo: @khaleesirichards
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