Pick your own Washington apples
Apples are one of Washington’s greatest exports (second to the aforementioned pumpkin spice latte, of course). There are about 175,000 acres of apple orchards throughout Washington, churning out 125 million apples a year. So it’s no surprise that there are a slew of pick-your-own orchards that own the harvest season throughout the state. Head to Gordon Skagit Farms for not just apples, but pumpkins, farm-made cider, a corn maze, haunted house, and other quintessential fall fun. And don’t forget your flannel, for the ultimate fall ‘Gramin.