Fall Activities For You & Your Dog in Seattle, WA

Activities to do with your dog this fall in Seattle

Fall has arrived.  Halloween, apple picking, pumpkins.  As you run out of sunny days, you might be asking your self what activities you and your pup can do together.

Here are a few ideas for Fall activities with your dog:

Go Apple Picking With Your Dog

    Many orchards are dog-friendly. Make sure to check the policies of the farm you choose. You can also share your apple with your dog, as long as make sure they don't eat the seeds.

    Here are a few dog friendly options (please be sure to check out their website for current hours):

     

    1. Skipley Farms, Snohomish

    Skipley Farms has all the fruit a two-legged could need and a ton of sniffss for the four-legged frens (and maybe some apple nibbles for doggo too).

    Skipley Farms also offers classes on growing your own fruit trees. Although, most pups might find that a real snooze fest. Check out their website for more information.  

    Note: Be sure to print a free parking pass from their website before you go.

    2. Sm’apples, Ferndale

    Sm’apples U-Pick orchard has 12 varieties of apples for you to pick from; head to their website for info on prices and harvest dates. Your best friend is more than welcome (on leash), but always remeber.  If your dog poops, please scoop!

    3. Rutledge Corn Maze, Olympia

    The produce at Rutledge Corn Maze and Produce Stand will make you drool more than your pup. Speaking of drooling, your dog’ll love exploring the farm’s 4 acres. Come back in mid-September to test your dog's skills in the corn maze.

    4. West Valley U-Pick, Yakima

    You and your best friend can pick apples, tomatoes, eggplant, blueberries, and more starting at $.50/lb. Impress doggo with your strength on the hand-crank apple cider press. West Valley U-Pick will even ship your freshly picked produce to your door, so your dog can relive his pawesome day on the farm. 

    Visit A Pumpkin Patch With Your Dog

    Many pumpkin patches allow dogs as long as they are leashed, well behaved, and you clean up after them. Let your dog pick their very own pumpkin! 

    Most of the dog friendly pumpkin patches and mazes around Seattle open in late September and October. Please check out the farms website to get the hours they are open before heading out that way.

    Please be sure to bring lots of poop bags and clean up meticulously after your dogs. And only bring your dog if it’s well-behaved.

    Mosby Farms
    3104 Auburn-Black Diamond Road
    Auburn, WA  98092

    October 1-31   10AM – 5:30PM

    Friendly dogs on leash are welcome in the pumpkin patch. Please pick up after your dog. Only guide dogs, service dogs, and search and rescue dogs are allowed in the corn maze 

    Hunter Family Farm
     7401 Yelm Hwy SE
    Olympia, WA  98513

    Oct. 1 – Oct. 31
    Thursdays and Fridays – 12PM to 6PM
    Weekends – 9PM to 6PM

    Leashed dogs with responsible owners welcome. Please clean up after your dog and keep it away from farm animals.

    Kelsey Creek Family Farm
    410 130 Pl. SE
    Bellevue, WA 98008

    October 1 11AM-4PM

    Leashed dogs allowed except in barnyard area.

    Bellewood Farms
    6140 Guide Meridian
    Lynden, WA  98264

    Sept. 25 – Oct. 31   9AM – 4PM

    Dogs allowed in grassy area w/picnic tables ONLY.

    Hunter Family Farm
     7401 Yelm Hwy SE
    Olympia, WA  98513

    Oct. 1 – Oct. 31

    Leashed dogs with responsible owners welcome. Please clean up after your dog and keep it away from farm animals.

    Rutledge Corn Maze
    302 93rd Ave SE

    Olympia, WA  98501

    Dogs allowed during daylight hours only. All dogs must be on leash. Be sure to clean up after your dog.

    Sign Up For A Costume Contest & Halloween Parade With Your Dog

      Get into the Halloween spirit by dressing your dog up and entering them in a costume contest or walking in a Halloween Parade.

      The Halloween Pet Parade

      October 8, 2022 11:00 am – 2:00 pm 

      1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 

      Being held at the new amphitheater at Volunteer park, be sure to register your dog for the free costume competition.

      Growlerz Halloween!

      Upcoming events:

      BARKtoberfest (10.14)

      Break out the Lederhosen for a German themed Friday night.  German Beer tasting, STUPID PET TRICKS CONTEST (Start practicing NOW),Hot Pretzels,  burgers, and overall merriment.  PROST!

      Annual Halloween Party (10.29)

      Costume contest, Plinko Trick or Treat, and more!

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