Farms and Farmers near Motel in Puyallup

Pumpkins, Berries, Corn and more in Puyallup

The state of Washington has 40,000 farms with 300 specialty crops contributing to a diverse agri-economy. The soil is rich, the climate diverse, and irrigation is large-scale that make the state one of the most productive growing regions in the country and in the world. Washington is the second largest producer of wines in the US, being the first in US production of grapes. It also ranks first in the U.S. for production of apples, sweet cherries, pears, red raspberries and hops, and second in the production of potatoes. Around Puyallup, you’d come across some of the most thriving farms that made Washington famous in produce.

The Double R Farms, a third generation family farm between Tacoma and Puyallup, just off River Road, features a five-acre corn maze and the largest selection of pumpkins in the Puyallup Valley, every October. Kids will love the pumpkin slingshots, tractor hayrides, decorative gourds, and the farm animals, of course. The Duris Cucumber Farm grows strawberries in mid-June, pickling and slicing cucumbers from August to September; there’s also green beans, zucchini, squash, and dill.

The Linbo Blueberry farm is a 70 year old farm with many heirloom varieties of blueberries when fruit is ripe, usually mid to late July and picking is encouraged. The Picha Farm invites in June and July to enjoy delicious strawberries, raspberries and blackberries; in October, they hold the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. Family owned since 1882, the Spooner Farm is still growing the best Washington berries; harvesting raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and corn happens in July and August. Then there’s the Wild hare Organic Farms, your year-round stop for seasonal organic fruit, vegetables, eggs, seeds, plants and truly delicious local foods.

Any Season is Good Season

If you can time your visit to Puyallup during harvest season, you’ll have your fill of some of Washington’s renown produce and go home with the best buys. Otherwise, any season is good season to visit. When you do, staying at our motel in Puyallup gives you the chance to see our farms.