Olympia Area Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes, and Hayrides
Fall is the time for pumpkins, hayrides and Halloween. Here are a few places In Olympia to go and enjoy the activities.
7401 Yelm Highway SE, Olympia 98513
It is a working Christmas tree and pumpkin farm.
Pumpkins are for sale in the shop or farmland. Take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch to pick out your favorite pumpkins, gourds, or squash. The Pumpkin Patch is Open Saturday, October 1 through Monday, October 31, 2016.
Activities include wagon rides, hay maze & giant slide. Wander through a labyrinth of hay and climb to the 10′ catwalk that leads you exiting out to the giant slide.
Giant corn maze:
Navigate your way through acres of corn and two giant bridges while trying to find the clues that help solve a mystery.
Junior corn maze
A smaller maze for those who love to test their navigational skills in a shorter period of time. This is a great maze for younger guests.
There are a number of additional activities over the weekends including ATV adventure, camel rides, pony rides, European super slide, and ducky race.
1402 Rich Road SE Olympia, WA 98501
Open all year from 9:00 am to 5:30pm, Monday to Saturday
9:00 am to 4:00 pm Sundays (June 1st to Dec 31st.)
The Apple Festival is every weekend in October. Time 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It features tractor drawn wagon rides to their pumpkin patch and maze, Bluegrass music and great food and drinks.
This is a small family owned farm in business since 1976. The products are home made from natural ingredients. Some of the activities you can visit includes flower and vegetables gardens, picnic and feed the animals. There is a new play area for the kids including a maze that is open year round.
The farm is available for variety of tours and parties.
All year long you can buy apple cider, farm fresh eggs, fruit syrups, dried fruit, honey, jam, smoked salmon, smokehouse meat and cheese products, apples, and frozen pies ready to bake. They also have fresh seasonal fruit and produce and assorted pastries baked fresh daily and hot and cold ciders.
302 93rd Ave SE Olympia, WA 98501
Open September 24 to October 31
Rutledge Corn Maze has food from growing it, to selling it and of course, eating it! Includes The Barnyard Snack Shack and Randi’s BBQ Shack.
Activities include corn maze, corn train, swings, zip swings, horse-drawn hayride (when available) corn cannon and pumpkin patch, haunted maze, zombie paintball apocalypse. They have a check point game and a farm scene investigation game. Check them out.
141 Nisqually cut off Rd SE, Olympia, WA 98513
September 24 – October 31 (hours 10am-6pm daily)
The 180 acre farm is located in the Nisqually Valley in Olympia, Washington. Approximately 60 acres are used to grow and harvest crops. The remaining pasture lands are cut into hay each summer, then left for children and local wild game to explore and enjoy.
In autumn the Fall Harvest Festival comes to life. You can wander in the pumpkin patch, take an old-fashioned hayride, and explore a 5-acre corn maze! 2016 maze honors one of the Seattle Mariner’s all-time great outfielder, Ken Griffey, Jr. You can wear #24 and show your Griffey pride while you get lost in the maze! It will take about 1 hour to go through the whole maze. Kids and adults of all ages will love it!
Activities include U-pick pumpkins, explore the maze, play in the barn’s hay maze, hay jump and giant sand table in barn, Fort Nisqually, Berry Bouncer Jumping pillow, farm animal with goat walk, perennial garden, playground, and covered hay rides.