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What
  • Farmers Market
  • Flower Fields
  • Orchard
  • Pick Your Own
  • Pumpkin Patch
Where

If you think you’ve seen everything Seattle has to offer, think again! Only an hour away sits Snohomish, Washington, home to one of the prettiest farms in America: Stocker Farms. Join us in the fall for a wide variety of events and attractions that are fun for all ages! From our delicious pick-your-own blueberries and vibrant sunflower fields to our sprawling pumpkin patch and immersive cornfield – you’re sure to find something to make your visit memorable. With stunning views of the Cascade Mountains, we’re also the perfect place to host your special event – be it a corporate retreat, a reunion, or even your wedding! If you’re looking for more of a thrill, join us in October for our spookiest attractions as Stalker Farms takes the stage. And, should December come and you’re stuck searching for the best place to choose a Christmas tree, simply hop in your car and look for our giant sunflower windmill!

Q What age is Stocker Farms suited to and do adults have to pay to come in?

At Stocker Farms we have created a Family Adventure Farm for your entire family, including babies all the way up to Grandparents. Come enjoy more family time! Your entire family is going to have fun together smiling at each other. Memories to cherish a lifetime. Ages 3 and up pay admission to have a great time. Remember your camera!

Q Do I have to pay an entry fee to pick pumpkins?

If all you want to do is pick pumpkins, please come on into the pumpkin patch. All you have to pay for are the pumpkins you want to take home. Come back another day to enjoy all the fun activities on the farm.

Q Can I leave and come back later in the day?

Yes, you will be given a wristband that lets you come and go as you please for the day. Field trip participants are the exception to this.

Q Do I need to bring a wagon for my pumpkins?

We supply wagons and wheelbarrows for your pumpkin picking and to haul your prized pumpkins to your vehicle. Don’t forget to stop at the Pumpkin Washing Station to clean up your prized pumpkins before taking them home.

Q How big is the maze?

The maze is 10 acres. It is divided into two halves which you can adventure through during the daytime. There are miles of trails and two tall bridges to observe from. At night, only the second half is open for travel. Flashlights and or glow sticks are helpful at night.

Q How long does it take to navigate the maze?

It varies for each group or person. Some people are wizzes at it and others, well, Get Lost! On average people trek through the maze in about an hour. Midway through during the day you get the choice to stop after the first half or continue on through the next 5 acres.

Q Will I get lost in the maze?

Well that is part of the fun and we have designed it to give your family a real adventure. Throughout the maze there are maps and trail finder clues. If you can answer the questions correctly you will do a great job of finding your way through the miles of trails. Of course the tall bridges are always a welcome change to get above it all and scope out where you have been and where you are going. “Sometimes getting lost is the best way to find yourself.”

Q How scary are the haunted mazes at night?

The haunts are most definitely intended to be scary. If you get scared then we have done our job. Stalker Farms is most appropriate for ages 12 and older. We let you parents make that decision for your children as you know them better than we do. There are no refunds if you get scared, as that is the point of a haunt. The building crew and the acting staff for Stalker Farms work very hard to create an outstanding haunt experience for you. Please come enjoy the ultimate scare experience at Stalker Farms!

Q Can I eat the corn?

You will not want to – it is cow feed corn and not very tasty for people.

Q How do you make the maze?

It is top secret information! Just kidding, really it is quite easy. The corn is planted in a grid pattern and the design is drawn up on grid paper. From the grid paper we transfer the design into the field and cut it in when the corn is still very short.

Q Do you give refunds for rain and muddy conditions?

No, Pacific Northwest weather is what we all have to deal with. We will let you know when the corn maze becomes super muddy, normally towards the end of October.

Q Do you have a place for parents to change diapers and nurse babies?

Yes, we have a new room built into the end of one of the new mini-barns. It is located inside the pumpkin park near the windmill.

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