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Get outside with the family at local pumpkin patches, corn mazes and other Halloween fun in Chehalis, Centralia and throughout Lewis County.

Parkerosa Farms
292 Chilvers Road

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Searching for the perfect pumpkin to carve is fun for kids of all ages. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

Find fall fun at Parkerosa Farms in west Chehalis. Open seven days a week through October from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday is u-pick only. Bring the kids on Saturdays and Sundays for tractor rides and games with the purchase of tickets. New this year, have fun in the corn maze for just $3 and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

U-pick pumpkins are sold by size at $4, $6, $8 and $10. Find other fall décor like straw bales and ornamental pumpkins and gourds. Bring cash or checks only and find the perfect pumpkin to carve at this adorable farm.

Fairytale Farm’s Contactless Pumpkin Patch
416 Coulson Road

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Photo courtesy: Fairytale Farm’s Contactless Pumpkin Patch

The Fairytale Farm’s contactless pumpkin patch has all colors of small pumpkins that are perfect for painting, covering in glittery spookiness or just displaying as is! These are organic pumpkins that were picked out of the patch using gloves. This is an honor system, pay what you can. The cash box is located on the stand under the cover. Open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Huntting’s Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Forest
600 Cinebar Road

Huntting’s Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Forest in Cinebar is a spooktacular haunted forest, pumpkin patch and corn maze that will keep the fun going all day. Don’t forget to take lots of photos with fall props. The pumpkin patch and corn maze is open daily from 10 a.m. until dusk. After dark, don’t miss the haunted forest and flashlight corn maze on Friday and Saturday nights until 11 p.m.

The Pumpkin Patch
518 Goodrich Road

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There are all kinds of fun surprises for kids at The Pumpkin Patch in Centralia Photo credit: Jessica Reeves-Rush

Centralia’s The Pumpkin Patch has everything you could need to decorate for fall. Pumpkins and squash are .40 cents per pound. There are also corn stock bundles, miniature pumpkins, straw bales and gourds for sale. Open every day from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., this lovely farm is a beautiful backdrop for family fun.

After finding the perfect pumpkin, kids will enjoy hay and train rides, getting lost in the corn maze, and parents will love capturing the day with fall photos at the adorable displays, wooden cutouts and tractors.

Willy Tee’s Pumpkin Patch
3415 Jackson Highway

Willy Tee’s Pumpkin Patch is nestled on a picturesque, sixth-generation farm in Chehalis. The family fun is open Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to dusk. The wide variety of pumpkins and gourds are .35 cents per pound, including traditional Jack O’ Lanterns, Cinderella pumpkins, pie and white pumpkins.

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Tall and skinny, short and round, hunting for the perfect pumpkin requires exploring. Photo courtesy: Bill Teitzel

Kids will love feeding the farm animals, and parents will enjoy all the fantastic photo opportunities. Find something handmade to decorate for the seasons in the craft booth. When he’s available, get a custom caricature for the kids, free of charge. “It’s just something I’ve always enjoyed doing,” says Owner Bill Teitzel.

Extra Halloween Fun

Don’t miss the second annual Trunks with Treats at the Veterans Memorial Museum. This fun family event starts with trick or treating from the decorated trunks of classic vehicles from 4 to 7 p.m. Swing by the museum for even more trick or treating opportunities. Stick around for the dusk showing of “Rocky Horror Picture Show” on the outdoor screen if weather permits. Visitors are invited to “come dress up and sing and dance the evening away.” There is a $5 suggested donation.

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It is autumn in Lewis County! Enjoy all the season has to offer with frights and fun. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

Join community members as they host Winlock’s 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat on Halloween. This spooky night of fun including trunk or treating is at The Plaza from 3 to 5 p.m. Come in costume if you wish. The two best-decorated trunks as selected by the kids will win a prize

Also on Halloween, don’t miss Trick or Treat Transit all day in downtown Chehalis. This safe trick or treating experience is free — just hop on the Twin Transit bus and ride to various stops in Chehalis and Centralia for candy and treats.

The Chehalis Centralia Railroad’s Pumpkin Train rides are tentatively scheduled for October 16, 17, 23, and 24 at noon and 1:30 p.m. The fun ride includes treats and kids can pick a pumpkin. Dress up for the costume contest. Kids under two are free on a lap and everyone else is $16. Book ahead online and arrive a half-hour before departure.

For frights check out the Ghost Walk & Dark Market in historic downtown Centralia. This dark market and paranormal conference are sure to send shivers down your spine. On October 15 and 16, explore 13 buildings’ histories with tours sharing ghost stories and folklore. Tours are every hour starting at the Lewis and Clark Hotel. Then head back over to the hotel for refreshments and shop for seasonal products at the Dark Market. Tickets are $20 by calling 360.736.4333 or at The Shady Lady at 216 N. Tower Avenue.

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Get creepy this Halloween season with fun events in Lewis County. Photo credit: Gary Van Auken

For the grown-up crowd, Riverside Golf Club in Chehalis hosts an Adult Halloween Costume Party on October 30 from 8 to 11 p.m.

Gods Grey Earth and Subpar celebrate the season at McFiler’s in Chehalis this Halloween. Rock out for an $8 cover with live music, a costume contest with prizes and more on Saturday, October 30 from 7 to 11 p.m.

Lewis County is full of fall fun at farms and local businesses. Try something new or create a family tradition. Celebrate the beauty of the changing season at fantastic local pumpkin patches and fall events.

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