There is nothing quite as beautiful as Autumn in the Pacific Northwest. The cooler weather brings spectacular views of Fall foliage throughout Kitsap county and also means it is pumpkin picking season. In honor of hay rides, corn mazes, and farm fun, I have rounded up the best pumpkin patches Kitsap County offers.

The Pumpkin Patch at Creek House Farm

Walk the sprawling hills of the Creek House Farm and choose from over 20 varies of organic, heirloom pumpkins. The farm offers the perfect opportunities for family fun and photo opts at their barn with “farm animals, autumn crafts, hay ride, and pumpkin play area.”

Suyematsu and Bainbridge Island Farms

Choose from your fall favorites; pumpkins, winter squash, gourds, ornamental corn and more one of the largest farms in Kitsap. Suyematsu and Bainbridge Island Farms is the “oldest working landscape located on Bainbridge Island.” Since 1928, this sustainable farm has been cultivating family fun experiences with both their u-pick pumpkins and raspberries in the summer.

Pheasant Fields Farm

Take an educational farm tour or get lost in the Kitsap’s “first living and tallest corn maze” boasted at Pheasant Fields Farm. For those who are looking to take capture a moment in time, the farm offers a professional photographer to take a photo of the perfect candid moment.

Hunter Farms

Enjoy a leisurely tractor ride out to the pumpkin patch and choose from Jack-be-littles, Sweet Sugar & Pie, Jack-o-lanterns, Giants, White, or Worty pumpkins 

Whichever pumpkin patch you choose this year, Kitsap County offers some of the best fall festivities in the area that will maximize your Fall family fun!

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