Plug your ears! The Carleton Farms Pumpkin Cannon is ready to blow!
Shoot the Carleton Farm's Pumpkin Cannon - Start fall off with a bang at Carleton Farms in Lake Stevens
Take a Scenic Hike at Tumwater Falls Park - What's the point of fall if you don't get out and enjoy the gorgeous scenery?
Go Apple Picking at BelleWood Acres - Apple-picking is an ideal way to spend time in nature while stocking up on fresh produce.
Hand Pick your Perfect Pumpkin at Hunter Farms - You can do a whole lot more than choose your jack-o-lanterns at Hunter Farms in Union.
Hand Pick your Perfect Pumpkin at Hunter Farms - A family tradition since 1889, the farm has plenty of attractions--farm animals, a general store, and even a pumpkin catapult contest.
Go on a Spine-Tingling Ghost Tour - Twisted Tours in Port Townsend takes you on a historically accurate and thoroughly chilling tour of what they call "one of the most haunted cities in America."
West Seattle's The Nook has stepped up the cocktail game with the Campfire Mule, garnished with roasted marshmallow and pine, is the ideal drink to cheers with this season.
Cruise Chuckanut Drive - Long ago, Chuckanut Drive was the only road from Burlington to Bellingham. Though times have changed, the breathtaking views from this detour have not.
Support the Seahawks & the Sounders FC There's nothing better than than being a 12 on Blue Friday in support of the Seahawks
Oktoberfest in Leavenworth - When the leaves turn, the beer flows---or at least it does at Oktoberfest in Leavenworth.
Get Buzzed on a Pumpkin Martini - Pumpkin-flavored drinks are blowing up this year, and for good reason--they're delicious! The pumpkin martini at Arnie's in Edmonds--made with real pumpkin puree--is no exception.
Treat Yourself to an Island Getaway-- Close to Home - The Lodges on Vashon combine modern luxury with Scandinavian simplicity.
Soak in Autumn's Vivid Colors at Kubota Garden - Located in the center of urban life, Kubota Garden has become known as one of Seattle's most Instagrammable locations.
Soak in the Scenery on a Steam Train - Autumn's the perfect time to board the Washington Wine Express with some friends, sip some drinks and enjoy the scenic journey through the foothills of Mt. Rainier.
Firing off the whistle on the steam train at the Mount Rainier Railroad.
Bring the Whole Family to Stocker Farms - Another pumpkin patch!? Not exactly. Stocker Farms has the usual fun fall stuff--the corn maze, the pumpkin patch, and the campfire sites. But in this time of year, the farm transforms into "Stalker Farms"
Slurp Some Savory Ramen - Yoroshiku offers a modern take on the traditional Japanese favorite. Yoroshiku, 1911 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Indulge in a Gigantic Cinnamon Roll - Maltby's Cafe in Snohomish is known far and wide for their super-sized cinnamon rolls
Stock up on Seasonal Fruits & Veggies - The Carpinito Brothers Market in Kent has something for everyone, including an area for children, fun things to buy and do, and of course locally grown produce.
We are falling for fall! On location at Bob's Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish.
The Corn Maze at Bob's Corn & Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish was just named one of the 25 best in America by Country Living.
Cozy up at the Sorrento Hotel at one of their Silent Reading Parties.
You too, could find a carrot the size of your head! (Gordon Skagit Farms)
Fall is a perfect time to take up an indoor activity, like learning to blow glass. (Seattle Glassblowing Studios)
South Sound Adventures bike tours get you aquainted with the State Capitol and it's breweries.
Port Gamble is a bit of New England right here in the Pacific Northwest.
At UW before the Husky Games, they go "Sailgating". So very Seattle.
Where did Kim get that sweatshirt? We knew you were going to ask. It's from Wish You Were Northwest.