The Pumpkin Festival is an annual event put on by the Granger Berry Patch from October 1st through Halloween. The event is a popular destination for many groups and school field trips from all over Central Washington. General Admission to the Pumpkin Festival is $4.50 and visitors have a chance to take a walking tour of the grounds, try to find their way through the corn and straw mazes, take a hay ride to the fort, play games and visit the exhibits in the barn, participate in the pumpkin carving contest, and visit the petting zoo. You can also browse through the pumpkin patch and pick out that perfect pumpkin for your doorstep.
Owners Ken and Sandi Fein have turned their farm into what has been one of the most popular local attractions for the past 15 years. Visitors during the spring and summer can enjoy fresh berries of all kinds grown on the grounds.
The Granger Berry Patch is located at 1731 Beam Road in Granger. From I-82, take exit 58 and turn East. Go 1/2 mile and turn left on Beam Road. Travel on Beam Road for about 1 3/4 miles. The farm is located on the right. You can reach the parking in the pasture by turning right on Nelson Road.