8705 Marsh Road, Snohomish WA 98296


(360) 568-7391


Stocker Farms Fall Festival, Corn Maze & Sunflowers

REDISCOVER FAMILY FUN Load up the family and drive until you see our giant Sunflower Windmill!  Come to Stocker Farms and experience quality, outdoor family fun!  Located just outside of Seattle, our scenic farm is the ideal location to escape hectic city life.  Visit our fall festival and sunflower fields, survive the haunted Stalker Farms, or explore our corn maze and pumpkin patch for the perfect photo op.  We have something for everyone!

Open Sept 21 & 22, and Sept. 28 – Oct. 31
Sunflower Festival: Sept 21 & 22 and Sept. 28 & 29


Hand select your very own pumpkin, fresh off the vine!  Our 10-acre pumpkin patch grows a wide variety of pumpkins in varying shapes, sizes, and colors.  You’ll be sure to take home the perfect match! Open Sept 21 & 22, and Sept. 28 – Oct. 31



Stocker Farms is pleased to once again partner with the local owners of McDonald’s restaurants to sponsor our 2019 Corn Maze design benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington & Alaska.  This is the third season that Stocker Farms will be donating a portion of every ticket sold to RMHC whose mission is, “Keeping Families Close”.

Open Sept 21 & 22, and Sept. 28 – Oct. 31


Stalker Farms Haunted Attractions offers both scary and no-scare nighttime activities!  Buried deep in the corn you’ll find our two walk through haunted attractions staring the Slasher Family and Pogo the clown, as well as the Scarecrow Challenge maze and our Pot Shot shooting gallery to clear out some zombies. Running for 16+ years, this multi-themed nighttime attraction includes a big no-scare corn maze, rent-able campfires, food vendors, midway gaming experiences and free parking. Enjoy a scary, frightful fall tradition at Stalker Farms Haunted Attractions every October!

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