(Updated August 2020)
To ensure the safety of our guests and our crew, we’ll be adapting our annual October Harvest Festival this year. Coming out to our pumpkin patch and enjoying the beauty of the season is a tradition for a lot of folks, and we’re currently working on safety measures & procedures for October’s festivities. Since so much is uncertain right now, we don’t have everything set in concrete yet, but we’ll keep you posted!
Please check back here, follow our Blog, and follow us on social media to stay up to date about this year’s October offerings!
Saturdays & Sundays in October
10 am – 5 pm
Free admission, free hay rides to the pumpkin patch, & free parking!
229 W. Snoqualmie River Rd. NE
Carnation, Washington 98014
Throughout the month of October, every weekend will be filled with the scent of hot spiced apple cider and the changing season here at Jubilee Farm. Hop on the hay wagon and find a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch – there are lots of fun activities to be a part of.
Come on out to celebrate this bountiful harvest season with us!
- FREE hayrides to the fields for u-pick pumpkins and gourds
- Pumpkin launches from our trebuchet
- Hot apple cider available on the barn porch
- Hand-crank cider press
- Delicious food from local vendors
- Musicians & artisans
- Pony Rides 11a-4p weather permitting (cash only)
- Farm market open to the public selling fresh veggies, soaps, salves, spices, jam, candles and so much more!
- Kids’ hay maze in the loafing shed behind the barn
- Cooking demonstrations and squash sampling
- Farm animals to visit
- Information about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
“A favorite place to go for a pumpkin patch day trip; Jubilee Farm is truly a community farm where everyone who visits is made to feel like they are family friends. What’s great about this pumpkin patch celebration is that it’s free to enter the farm, free to park and hayrides are free. Everything from food to fun is there–we have spent as much as two hours at this pumpkin patch, and could have stayed a little longer. […] From the trip to the farm to the pumpkin patch party–it all comes together in memorable moments that inspired us to make this pumpkin patch a tradition. Our family has enjoyed 5 pumpkin patch events at Jubilee. And we have met many other families who have been coming to this seasonal celebration for years.”Kim E. (from a review posted on Thrifty Northwest Mom)
“Family-run farm, tractors, farm school, cattle, pumpkins, Pacific Northwest views. Yes, Jubilee Farm is the real deal. So if you want a pumpkin patch experience that doesn’t have a high entrance fee and lots of fanfare, but still gives you a pick-your-own-pumpkin country ambiance with fun extras like cider, hay rides, animals, and mazes, Jubilee Farm is a great place to head before Halloween.”Gina (One Day in a City)
Pet Policy: We ask that visitors do not bring pets onto the farm. Because we grow food crops, pets in our fields can present a sanitation problem. We also have a variety of farm animals and want to maintain their safety. Service dogs are of course welcome! Thanks so much for your understanding!
Harvest Festival Press:
- An Emerald City Life: “So much rain on all the Mondays in October” (November 1, 2016)
- FlipKey by TripAdvisor: “Where to Experience 6 Quintessential Fall Activities” (October 26, 2016)
- One Day in a City: “Pumpkins, Cider, and More at Jubilee Farm on Seattle’s Eastside” (October 18, 2016)
- Thrifty NW Mom: “Jubilee Farm: Frugal fall fun in the Snoqualmie Valley” (October 2, 2014)