I think there are a couple of "bush" type hybrid spaghetti squash varieties, too. That might help.
With pepo species like spaghetti squash and pumpkins (some are maxima), I have nearly given up on growing them because of the overwhelming SVB (squash vine borer) killed vines. However, I've been trying them again in the last couple of years, and the key for me is to choose early-maturing varieties (about 90 days), start them earlier in the house, uppotting once to large cottage cheese type tubs (18 -20 oz is better than 16 oz), then planting out just as the roots start touching the sides of the container. Plant in raised beds or rows, and cover with insect barrier tunnel (low tunnel at first (18-20"H) then upgrade to medium tunnel (3-4ft High).
Without the tunnel protection, at least some of the plants are killed, and only the first one or two fruits from each surviving plant will make it to maturity, even ones that normally can produce 4-6 per vine. I ended up with few baseball to softball sized immature fruits, but those can be eaten like summer squash.
Silverlining is that the pepo and maxima Varieties will go down around mid summer and there is still time to plant the bed with fall crop or allow the space to be taken over by watermelon vines, for example. Also, once the SVB killed vines and roots start to decompose, they add back nutrients to the soil....
If you are interested in more details I've posted about the processes each year in my typical novella threads with details and photos (ad nauseum ?