CommunityEvents September 27, 2021

Celebrate Fall at these Kitsap Pumpkin Patches

Crisp air and crunchy leaves mean that pumpkin season has arrived! Here are some of our favorite local pumpkin patches that offer pumpkins and produce for sale, as well as fun, fall experiences. 

Creek House Farm in Port Orchard


Book 90 minutes of fun on this family farm in the Manchester area of Port Orchard. Admission is $7.50 per person (ages 2 and up) and it includes time to feed farm animals, launch water balloons at wooden pumpkins, solve a pumpkin puzzle in the forest, and go on the super slide or the pumpkin barrel train. Also, their farm has 20 types of heirloom and hybrid pumpkins and squashes to purchase and enjoy. 

Opens October 1st

Hours: By appointment only through their online ticketing system

Fat Turnip Farms in Kingston


Photo by Bittina Erickson.


Out in the little community of Eglon, Fat Turnip Farms sells certified organic produce at their farm stand and has a u-pick pumpkin patch with tons of different options as well as late-season, u-pick flowers. Their setup offers many great places to take photos with friends or little ones, and they periodically offer events. Be sure to check their Facebook page for details! 

Opened Friday, September 17th

Hours: Daily from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Pheasant Fields Farm in Silverdale


Tucked away on Clear Creek Road, this farm has a robust offering of activities for family fun. 

They have the first living corn maze in Kitsap where you can solve a riddle for a chance to win a gift basket. Walk through the pumpkin patch to choose from a variety of pumpkin types or enjoy a self-guided tour around the farm to check out their animals. It’s free to visit the farm and the corn maze costs $5 for children under 16, $7 for adults, and there’s a military discount ($1 off admission). For the most up-to-date offerings, check out their Facebook page

Opens Friday, October 1st

Hours: Mondays – Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Sundays Noon – 6:00 PM

Scandia Patch in Poulsbo


Photo by Scandia Patch.


A Poulsbo favorite since 1966, this farm sits on 5 acres in Scandia. They have pumpkins and seasonal produce, herbs, and flowers. You can stroll through their beautiful fields and visit with their animals. For current offerings, visit their Facebook page.   

Open: Ongoing 

Hours: Times vary; check their Facebook page for the latest information.

Suyematsu Farms on Bainbridge Island


Photo by Suyematsu Farms.


An Island favorite for u-pick, Suyematsu Farms is back at it this year with their wonderful pumpkin patch. They grow a large variety of squashes, gourds, and pumpkins. It’s a fun place to celebrate autumn, take photos, and find some beautiful, delicious fall decor. Check their Instagram or their Facebook page to find out about special happenings. 

Opened Saturday, September 25th

Hours: Weekdays 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM and Weekends 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

First Glimpse of Fall

As a little bonus, we’re including this snapshot of fall’s beginnings here in Kitsap County, WA. We loved seeing the first signs of fall’s colors at Poulsbo’s Fish Park.