What to do

The wedding is in October which means Farm Time in Snohomish!  You’ll find lots of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the last of drops of summer while here.  And if it happens to be raining though, there are still a number of good activities to take part in.

Pumpkin Farms & Corn Mazes

Snohomish is an agrarian area with lots of farms.  Here are a few of our favorites to get you started.

The Farm at Swan’s Trail

Home to the Washington State Corn Maze, wandering the maize highways of the state has pretty much become an annual tradition for Kate & Jon.  In addition to standard pumpkin patch, The Farm also features a hay maze, wagon rides, petting farm, and other amusements. Don’t forget to pick up a couple Apple Cider Donuts either – Kate & Jon have gone out to The Farm just for those alone before.

Website
7301 Rivershore Rd.
Snohomish, WA 98290

Thomas Family Farm

One of the two more prominent farms in Snohomish, Thomas Family Farm features a pumpkin patch and corn maze.  They also feature monster truck rides, a super-slide, a haunted house, and zombie paintball.  They are located right on Highway 9, just south of Snohomish.

Website
9010 Marsh Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296, USA

Stocker Family Farms

The other prominent farm in Snohomish is Stocker Family Farms.  Also located on Highway 9 and directly across from Thomas Family Farm, has the usual pumpkin patch and corn maze, as well as hay rides, a pumpkin cannon, and an animal barn.  At night, the place becomes “Stalker Farms”, a haunted theme farm that isn’t for the faint of heart.  Until recently, Maid of Honor Liz even worked at Stalker Farms each October.

Website
8705 Marsh Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm

Another wholesome family-oriented attraction is Bob’s Corn.  In addition to the pumpkin patch and corn maze, Bob’s Corn also features reservable fire pits out in the corn maze, hay rides, cow train, an apple cannon, and a country store.

Website
10917 Elliott Road
Snohomish, WA 98296

Shopping

Snohomish’s 1st Street

If the weather isn’t great (or even if it is), 1st street in Snohomish is another great option.  Still showing off its 19th century roots, 1st street has many cute little shops and store fronts that are worth wandering through.  From antiques to clothes, you’ll find it takes several hours to make your way from one end of town to the other.

1st Street,
Snohomish, WA 98290

Exercise

Snohomish Sports Institute & Moxie Studio

On many days of the week, you’ll find Kate at SSI, either lifting weights or taking a barre class.  SSI offers numerous classes during the week, including Barre, TRX, Indo-Row, Boot-camp, PiYo, and Lifting.

Website
1820 Bickford Ave
Snohomish WA 98290

Snohomish Valley Golf Center (Mini Golf & Driving Range)

Another great option, and one of Snohomish’s newest, is the new Snohomish Valley Golf Center.  The driving range has been around for a few years, but only recently have they added in additional covered spots.  They also recently opened an 18 hole mini golf course, which is always popular with families.

Website
8511 Marsh Road
Snohomish, WA 98296