SCHUH FARMS PUMPKIN PATCH IN MOUNT VERNON, WA
Last Updated 09/10/2019
Fall is finally here in the Northwest and that means cozy sweaters, warm coffees and of course, PUMPKINS! Schuh Farms is the place to go to find that perfect pumpkin for carving. The family-friendly farm owned by Steve, Susan and Jen Schuh, is located in Mount Vernon and is known for its pumpkins and seasonal produce. They will have their pumpkin patch ready for visitors the first weekend of October 2019!
They have a wide selection of produce including gourds, pumpkins, cornstalks and fall plants. There are multiple u-pick pumpkin patches to explore. The u-pick pumpkins are priced by the pound.
Your kids will LOVE Schuh Farms' corn maze! And for a small fee you can participate in the corn maze, barrel train ride, pumpkin balloon playground and face painting.
In addition, there is a farm store on site that houses locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade jam and dressings and baked goods made fresh daily. Make sure to grab a bite of the hot roasted corn on the cob or a taste of the hot apple cider as well.
The store also features a selection of handmade gifts and decor. Coffee drinkers can grab a hot latte from the espresso stand and take in the views.
For the kids, there is a designated play area with a climbable hay structure, slide and a sand pit. There is also a large goat pen and a hen house. Visitors are welcome to feed the chickens. On occasion, there are pigs and cows on the farmland as well.
Q & A INSIDER LOOK AT SCHUH FARMS
Q: Where is Schuh Farms located?
A: Schuh Farms address is: 15565 WA-536, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 and it is a few miles west of Mount Vernon.
Q: What is Schuh Farms' phone Number?
Q: Does Schuh Farms have a website and Facebook page?
A: Schuh Farms does not have a website that we can locate. They do post often on their Facebook Page.
Q: What are Schuh Farms' hours?
A: Schuh Farms is open daily from 8:30 am-6:00 pm. Their Harvest Festival is happening every weekend leading up to Halloween, on Saturdays and Sundays.
Q: What is the parking availability at Schuh Farms?
A: There is ample free parking in a gravel parking lot next to the produce market and across the street. When it gets really busy they have a shuttle that will take you from the large parking lot across the highway over to the farm.
Q: Is the farm stroller friendly?
A: The parking lot and main area are gravel and the fields are grass. A stroller does work, but be cautious of the rain as it makes it muddy and hard to push a stroller around the grounds.
Q: Is their seating near the coffee stand?
A: Yes, there is a grassy picnic area with chairs.
Q: Can we feed the farm animals?
A: Food for the hens can be purchased with quarters from the machine near the hen houses.
Q: Do they accept credit cards or is it cash only?
A: The farm store and espresso stand accept both.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lindsay Bartis is a mother of two young kids and lives in the Mount Vernon area. Her husband serves in the U.S. Navy and she was born and raised in the Greater Seattle area. After being stationed in Florida for three years, she was thrilled to move back to the Pacific Northwest, the place that will always feel like home. She has been writing for various newspapers, magazines and online publications for nearly a decade. Lindsay is currently a stay-at-home mom who loves to stay active in the community. Skagit Kid Insider is how she stays up-to-date on all the fun, new activities and kid-focused events offered in the area. When you have two kids under the age of four, you have to keep them busy!
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