It’s time to find the Great Pumpkin! Head to your local pumpkin patch for everything you need to celebrate the season. Farmers have been working hard all year to grow the perfect pumpkin for you to take home and decorate. Find all sorts of fall goodies as well as family fun at the local pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Vancouver and throughout Clark County for 2021. Be sure to read through of COVID guidelines and call before heading out with any questions.
Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch
September 25-26: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (admission stops at 5 p.m.)
September 27 – October 30: Wednesday- Friday 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
October 31: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
9504 NE 119th Street, Vancouver
The Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch in Vancouver is a great way to kick off your fall season. Admission is $14 a person, with seniors 65 and over getting in for $12, and children under 2-years-old are free. Paid entry includes one free pumpkin—any size as long as you can carry it!—a wagon ride to pumpkin patch, corn maze entry, farm animals and a host of children’s activities including s bale maze, bale pyramid, pedal tractors and pumpkin launchers. The popular calf roping and hippity-hop races are back for 2021! As is the live music Saturdays and Sundays and fresh-pressed apple cider sampling. Finally, don’t miss the nighttime corn maze, open Friday and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Important COVID-19 Changes: Tickets must be purchased online. Masks must be worn by all customers over the age of five while indoors, these areas include the farm store, corn bin and children’s games area (hippity hops and calf roping). At this time, masks are not required while attending activities that are outdoors. Unvaccinated individuals are encouraged to wear masks.
For more information, check the Bi-Zi Farms website.
Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm
Saturdays and Sundays in October
20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt
If you have not been to see the Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm, you are missing out! It’s truly a fun trip for the entire family. This Clark County tradition is a mile-long drive with over 100 “pumpkin people” dressed up for the season. In addition, you can visit the farm animals, take family photos, enjoy yummy treats and of course, take home a pumpkin or two! There will be food trucks with favorite fall treats.
This year, they are back to their traditional format for Pumpkin Lane and the pumpkin patch. admission will be $6 for adults, $4 for children 3-11 (2& under are free), and it includes the hayride down Pumpkin Lane. Pumpkins are sold separately. Cash and cards will be accepted.
For more information, visit the Pomeroy Farm website.
Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens
September 25 – October 31
Tuesday – Sunday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
18905 NE 83rd Street, Vancouver
The Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens is a wonderful pumpkin patch in Vancouver that may just have the Great Pumpkin you are looking for! The $10 admission price includes a hayride on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons, one pumpkin from the patch, and entry to the petting zoo and the corn maze. They have more pumpkins, gourds and other fall décor to fill your home. And if you are looking for some fresh fall produce, be sure to check out their u-pick patch with tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cucumbers and beans at just a $1.25/pound. Bring cash and leave the pets at home.
Important COVID-19 Changes: Social distancing and masks are required. Some of their traditional activities are not available this year.
For more information, visit the Vancouver Pumpkin Patch at Velvet Acres Gardens website.
Joe’s Place Farms
September 29-October 31: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
701 NE 112th Avenue, Vancouver
Joe’s Place Farms is a pumpkin patch in Vancouver that has all you need for fall decorating. Choose your pumpkin, and then fill your car with Indian corn, gourds, corn stalks, pumpkin carving kits and more! Starting October 3, take a hay ride on Saturdays and Sundays. When you get hungry, satisfy your sweet tooth with fudge, cookies, candy corn and more fall favorites. Wanting to bake? They have sugar pie pumpkins to make your famous pies.
2020 dates, hours and activities are to be determined. For more information, visit the Joe’s Place Farms website.
October 1-October 31: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
612 Whalen Rd, Woodland
The Patch is a pumpkin patch in Woodland that is celebrating its 22nd year in 2021. This year’s five-acre corn maze theme is “pumpkin hauling in the patch,” and it’s sure to be a challenge! But don’t forget the pumpkins! They have over 60 varieties, so if you are looking for something unique, extra-large, or small, they have them all. The Patch also has squash and gourds. No admission tickets or reservations needed for entry to pumpkin patch. There are tickets for the corn maze.
Important COVID-19 Changes: They may offer a modified experience for 2021 due to COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions. You are encouraged to bring your own wheelbarrow for hauling. Amenities this year will include two corn mazes and photo-props. They are not sure if they’ll be able to offer hayrides, hay mazes, face painting, pumpkin bowling and ring/bean bag toss. Check their website for updates or call before heading out.
See The Patch website for more information.
October 2-31: Wednesday-Friday, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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 to the farm includes a pumpkin of your choice as well as corn maze, train ride and hay wagon ride (weekends only). Children two-years-old and younger are free, but do not receive a free pumpkin. Dogs are welcome on leash, so the whole family really can enjoy this fun fall outing.
Important COVID-19 Changes: They will be asking for social distancing, but no crowd limits or scheduling of times. They will be sanitizing the barrel train, wagons, and picnic tables.
For more information, visit the Waltons Farm website.