The 14 Best Pumpkin Patches in the USA

2. Craven Farm – Snohomish, Washington

The Fall Festival at Craven Farm in Snohomish, Washington, is one of the most enjoyable fall activities in the area. The farm has been in operation since 1949, and has been improving and adding fun activities every year since then.

This year, their pumpkin patch stretches for 20 acres, and they’ve also added a human foosball table. Check out the apple slinger, ride along on the Hay Ride to Minionville, or just hang out with the family and enjoy some delicious, home-cooked food.

1. Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm – Crest Hill, Illinois

There are so many activities to do at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm that they estimate it would take almost eight hours to take part in every single one – and that doesn’t even include special events like the Annual Pumpkin Drop & Smash, where a gigantic pumpkin is flung from a huge crane into an open field.

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