Swans Trail Farms is committed to your safety and are following all CDC Guidelines. While you are visiting we ask that you wear a mask and practice social distancing. We will provide plenty of hand washing and sanitizer throughout the farm. We have also implemented online ticketing to eliminate lines. Swans Trail Farms looks forward to providing you and your family a safe outing this fall.
*No Pets Allowed*
Set along the beautiful Snohomish River right outside of Seattle. Swans Trail Farms is home to authentic Fall adventure, family memories and fun for everyone.
Grab a seat at Farmer Ben’s famous Four Little Pig Show and don’t forget to catch one of the live duck races.
ALL food and drink booths will close at 3pm on 10/31/2020, the farm will close at 4pm
The Fall Harvest Festival is closed for the 2020 season. Whether you’re looking for big pumpkins or little ones, gnarly and bumpy pumpkins or round and perfect ones, bright orange pumpkins or ghostly pale ones, you can pick your own at the expansive 50-acre pumpkin patch at Swans Trail Farms. *No Pets Allowed*
Our U-pick Apple Orchard is closed for the 2020 season. Our Pick-Your-Own orchard lets you walk among the trees to select your apples just the way you like them. We encourage you to bring your camera to record your annual trip to the orchard. We will keep you updated on availability throughout the season.
Please No Pets Allowed.
For more than 100 years, Swans Trail Farms, has sat peacefully along the banks of the Snohomish River. this lovely historic farm will capture your heart with its pastoral beauty, mountain views and rustic charm. Our renovated barn, waterfall and pond make for a beautiful outdoor setting while our reception hall adds an elegant indoor space.
Field Trips are closed for 2020. We hope to see you all in 2021. Thank you.
During May, The Farm invites school field trips to join us for our annual spring pumpkin planting. Both fun and educational, this experience was created to teach young children about where their food comes from and the beginning of the growing cycle.
This Fall field trip to The Farm at Swan’s Trail is the perfect way to engage students in the geography and history of the state of Washington. Your students will have so much fun that they might not notice how much they are learning.