We made it to our very FIRST Washington pumpkin patch yesterday 🎉 and it checked off all the boxes:
✔️ Got a family pic with Bowen actually in it 😏
✔️AND he’s smiling
✔️That’s a smile, right? 😜🤔
✔️ Found four perfectly imperfect front porch pumpkins
✔️ The kids loved it there
✔️ Couldn’t scrounge up enough dollar bills for cotton candy so we have to go back tomorrow 🤪
I really missed our Paso pumpkin patches out in California this year, but Washington’s Hunter Farms picturesque patch on the Hood Canal + Hwy 106 made up for it.
You’ll find all the rural fun here – a working family farm complete with –
🦙A llama (or maybe it’s an alpaca 🤷🏼♀️)
🍿 Cotton Candy, Hot Dogs & Kettle Corn vendors (cash + weekends only)
🎃 Pumpkins picked from the 🌾 field (credit cards accepted for those), and a couple of mazes 🤠.
🍦Ice Cream stand in the farm shop
Masks on for most of it but not required outside.
🎟 $5 admission; Free for kids under 2.
It’s muddy! But that’s half the fun. So think rain boots for kiddos. ✌🏻. Oh! And there are porta-potties 🧻. #winning.
Hunter Farms is a seventh-generation working cattle ranch, hay & farm store on the Olympic Peninsula — “A Family Tradition since 1889.” The pumpkin patch has been operating since 1983.
1921 E State Route 106
Union, WA 98592