Fall brings with it all things pumpkin, starting with a trip to the local pumpkin patch! Whether you are looking for the perfect pumpkin to carve, bake or paint, Clark County pumpkin patches have it. Not to mention all the fun family-friendly activities like corn mazes and pumpkin sling shots. And you can’t forget all the fall décor such as corn stalks and hay bales. Yup, it’s official: it’s just not fall until you’ve been to a pumpkin patch. Here are the 2019 details for pumpkin patches in Vancouver, Camas, Woodland and throughout Clark County.
Daily October 5-31
1617 NE 267th Avenue, Camas
Waltons Farms is a pumpkin patch and corn maze in Camas that has plenty of fun for the entire family. Admission is $12 and includes corn maze, train ride, hay wagon ride and one pumpkin of any size. Hay wagon rides are on the weekends only. Dogs are welcome to come as well, but must stay on leash. On the weekends, Shriners will be selling food with all profits going to them. Parking is free. Their large corn maze has a different design each year, ensuring you will have whether it’s first or fifth year coming to their patch. For more information including hours, check the Waltons Farm website.
Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch
Friday, Saturdays, Sundays September 28 – October 27
9504 NE 119th Street, Vancouver
The Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch in Vancouver has lots of things for the whole family to do. Paid entry includes any size pumpkin you can carry from the patch, along with admission to the corn maze, live music, one free hot drink, wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, farm animals and many children’s activities. Your kids can check out the bale maze and pyramid, pedal tractors, calf roping station, hippity-hop races and pumpkin launchers. They also have face painting for an additional fee. When you are ready for a snack, concessions including kettle and caramel corn and fresh cotton candy can be purchased. For more information including hours, check the Bi-Zi Farms website.
Joe’s Place Farms
Daily September 27 – October 31
701 NE 112th Avenue, Vancouver
Joe’s Place Farms is another pumpkin patch in Vancouver. Opening September 27, they have pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds, corn stalks, pumpkin carving kits and more for your fall decorating needs. The pumpkin patch, corn maze and straw teepee are all free. Families can pay for the fort maze or a hay ride; hay rides start on October 4. On Saturdays and Sundays there is food for sale as well. For more information including hours, visit the Joe’s Place Farms website.
Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens
Daily September 28 – October 31
18905 NE 83rd Street, Vancouver
The Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens has a petting zoo, corn maze, and of course, a pumpkin patch. $7 admission include a hay ride, pumpkin, hay pyramid, corn maze and more. Hay rides are only available on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. After you select your pumpkin, peruse their seasonal decorations including corn stalks and u-pick seasonal vegetables for your table. For more information, visit the Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens website.
Daily October 1-October 31
612 Whalen Rd, Woodland
The Patch is a pumpkin patch in Woodland that has been entertaining families for two decades. This year they have expanded the size of their patch and corn mazes! They have a large, five-acre corn maze with a giant pumpkin design, and a smaller one-acre corn maze for kids. In addition, they have two hay mazes including a new, larger hay maze in the silver barn. They have concessions, photo-ops, pumpkin bowling, ring toss, face painting, corn hole, and hay rides to fill your day with fun. They have no parking or admission fees, instead each activity is priced separately. See The Patch website for more information including price list and hours.
Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm
Every full weekend in October
20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt
Even if you already have your pumpkin, heading to this pumpkin patch in Yacolt is a must. Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm is a mile-long hayride with over 100 “pumpkin people” dressed in all manner for the holiday. It’s something no one in your family will forget. While you are there, you can definitely pick out a pumpkin if you haven’t already from their obliging patch, and then check out the hay bale maze, pet a farm animal or try pumpkin flume! They will have food carts with snacks and drinks as well. For more information, visit the Pomeroy Farm website.