Lynden Dutch Treat

The Great Lynden Trick or “Dutch Treat”  takes place citywide in Lynden on Holloween from 2:00-5:00 pm! 

Bring your little boos & ghouls (Ages 13 & under, please) around town to get some scary good treats

from your participating local Lynden Chamber of Commerce members! 

Keep your one good pirate-eye out for the pumpkin-orange cones in front of participating Lynden Chamber of Commerce

member businesses at Fairway Center,Lynden Towne Plaza, downtown Lynden and other locations around town.

Best parking north of Grover Street, BUT PLEASE, cross Front and

Grover Streets at the crosswalks with EXTREME CAUTION! SAFETY FIRST!


Pumpkin Patches – Jump aboard the apple bin express to the u-pick patch at Bellewood Farms. Take a drive to the county to Stoney Ridge Farms patch for u-pick or we-pick pumpkins or out to Home Farm Family.

Pumpkin and apple time at Stoney Ridge Farm!! 🎃 🍎 2092 Van Dyk Rd, Everson.

Closed on Sundays

Farm Activities

  • Huge Pumpkin and Squash Patch * Farm animal viewing
  • Upick or we pick Jonagold Apples * Food Trucks on Saturdays (Cicchitti’s Pizza, JT’s BBQ)
  • Wagon rides around the farm * Fresh Mini Cider and Pumpkin donuts
  • Corn maze for everyone * Fresh pasteurized Cider
  • Bin maze for the young ones * Bluegrass Bands first two Saturdays!
    It costs  person to enter the farm. Included with price is Bluegrass bands first
    two Saturdays, wagon rides, corn maze, bin maze, farm animals and parking.
    Children 2 and under are free.
Home Farm Family,  8020 Kickerville Rd. Blaine.


Cramers Western Town, 956 Van Dyk Rd, Lynden.

Dan Cramer’s Western Town in Lynden has been providing a fall pumpkin experience for over a decade. Pumpkin enthusiasts will appreciate the wide selection of 30 different pumpkin varieties available at the farm. Visitors can also enjoy additional attractions, including draft horse rides to the pumpkin patch, a hay maze, tractor train rides, and more.

The farm features a variety of farm animals for children to observe, such as ducklings, baby rabbits, a baby donkey, turkeys, calves, goats, and sheep.

This location offers excellent opportunities for scenic photos, with stunning views of Mount Baker on clear days. For those with preschoolers, Fridays are a great choice, as Cramer offers specialized tours designed for young children and provides instructions on pumpkin cultivation.

Bellwood Farms

Famous for its apples, but it also has a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and an Apple Bin Express train ride every fall!  

Hop aboard the train and fill a bag of ripe apples. After that, head back toward the barn where you can stop by the corn maze, u-pick pumpkin patch, or the cafe for some fresh apple cider donuts and a slice of apple pie.   

Travel Tip: Bellewood has grown-up fun too! Their distillery features “farm-to-table” spirits including brandy, vodka, and gin. Enjoy unique flavors like their Honeycrisp Vodka or Pumpkin Spice Liqueur.

Also in  Lynden, the return of Scream Fair to the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds will be welcome news to adrenaline junkies hoping to scare up a good time. This year’s theme, “Nightmare Theater,” promises visitors will not only encounter “relics abandoned and left to rot in the dark,” but also “the ghosts of space, history, and time” who have awoken and are out for revenge. Needless to say, parental discretion is strongly advised. Friday & Saturday

Where: NW Washington Fairgrounds, 1775 Front St., Lynden. 


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