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to the place we 

call home


Experience fall, one pumpkin at a time.


15598 McLean Rd Mount Vernon Wa 98273



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step into fall

at gordon farms this october

Autumn light on the fields

 pumpkins, squash and gourds in all shapes and sizes

new colors, new paintings, new flavors, new ways to bring

fall's abundance into your home and onto your plate...

the brilliance and mystery of fall at Gordon's Autumn Market

ready for you to savor from 9am to 6 pm during the month of October

15598 McLean Road Mount Vernon Washington 98273 






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Fall at the Farm


Crunch an apple...choose a wreath...lose yourself in our corn maze

chase the perfect pumpkin in our U-pick field or creative displays

glimpse another dimension in our haunted barn

sip hot cider and taste a perfect treat on weekends

copy our favorite recipes from the blackboard

find the perfect backdrop for your group photo

bring your preschool or mom's group for the morning

be part of the Festival of Skagit Farms the first weekend of October

make us your starting point for a day in the Skagit Valley












serving the retail community since 1969


We supply retailers in Seattle, Western Washington, and Alaska.

Our customers appreciate that we offer fresh product that is picked to order.

Every pumpkin in our bins is beautiful. You get great quality

from the top of the load to the bottom.

Always fair and competitive prices.

Locally grown in the Skagit Valley. 

For more information, contact Todd Gordon 

360/708 3363 



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About Us

The Farm 


We are third-generation Skagit farmers who started growing pumpkins  

and squash in 1969. Grandma answers the phone. Sons Todd and Eddie

manage the farm and Market. Grandson Cole helps out

on weekends. A diverse team of committed, creative people

helps us pull the whole thing together.

We love our valley, our community, the people

who come to our Market. Every day

there's something beautiful to appreciate: a spidery pink chrysanthemum

tucked under a sugar maple, swans

in the back field, a hummingbird in the snow,

 the setting sun flaming over the drainage ditch. 

Every day brings a new opportunity to express ourselves 

through our work. Who could ask for more?