There are plenty of autumn fun to be had at these local pumpkin patches in Dallas Fort Worth. Take a hayride, find your way through a corn maze, take advantage of all the photo opps and grab a pumpkin to carve at home.
Fall is finally here! Of course the temps are still soaring in the high 90’s, but I am dreaming of flannels, bonfires and all things pumpkin spice. Fall is such a wonderful season and I am looking forward to the weekends filled with fun family activities in DFW.
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The Best Pumpkin Patches in Dallas Fort Worth
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm
Where: 3420 Hall Johnson Road, Grapevine
Cost: Adults and kids ages 12 and over $5, kids ages 4–11 $3, ages 3 and younger are free.
When: Daily beginning Oct. 2; Monday–Thursday 3–8 pm, Friday 3–10 pm, Saturday 10 am–10 pm, Sunday 1–8 pm
Details: This working farm has a 2-acre corn maze, tractor hayrides, farm animals, and concessions. You can also pick pumpkins off the vine or grab one that’s already been picked. Cash only.
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Where: 1004 W. Bethesda Road, Cleburne
Cost: $18.95 with online purchase; $21.95 at the gate for ages 3 and older. Season pass available
When: Sept. 24–Nov. 5; Wednesday and Tuesday 10 am–2 pm, Friday evenings 5 pm–9 pm, Saturday 10 am–8 pm, Sunday 10 am–6 pm
Details: Mainstay has it all & you’ll want to make sure you give yourself time to enjoy all the activities.
Fall activities include hayrides, barrel train rides, 3 story treehouse, jumping pillows, hay bales jumping pit, farm animals, kid pedal carts, tube hill slide, and more! Concessions, gift shop, and country store on site.
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Where: 15410 Interstate 20, Canton
Cost: General admission passes at the gate begin at $24.95.
When: Open weekends from Sept. 19–Nov. 8. Fright Farm in October every Friday and Saturday from 6-10 pm.
Details: The farm features a ferris wheel, corn mazes, farm zoo, pumpkin patch, climbing wall and more!
Where: 8525 Garland Road, Dallas
Cost: $17 adults, $12 for kids 2−12, free for kids 2 and younger. Timed tickets are required and can be purchased online.
When: Sept. 19–Nov. 1
Details: The Autumn at the Arboretum festival features over 15,000 fall plants. The pumpkin village has more than 90,000 pumpkins of all shapes and gourds.
Kids can play in a hay bale maze, have plenty of photo opportunities and pick your own pumpkins for sale at the Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch.
Preston Trail Farm
Where: 15102 TX-289, Gunter
Cost: $10 per person – Children under 2 are free
When: Sept. 26—Nov. 25; 8 am−8 pm
Details: Take an educational tour and learn about the 50 farm animals on the property. The Big Orange Pumpkin Farm admission includes a farm train, feed for petting barn, roping pen, hay maze, and hayride.
Where: 3709 County Rd 617, Alvarado, TX
Cost: $10 per person
When: Oct. 3 – Nov.15, Saturday & Sunday 10 am-5 pm
Details: The farm features bounce houses, pony rides, petting zoo, barrel train ride, hayride, wood maze, and more.
Where: 3701 S. Custer Rd. McKinney, TX
Cost: $15 per person
When: Sept. 26- Nov. 1; Thursday-Sunday 10am until dark.
Details: The ranch offers a hay maze, horse rides, petting zoo, bounce house, obstacles course, a wagon ride through a western town.
Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch
Where: 5100 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound, TX 75028
Cost: Parking is $10 M-F and $20 for weekend admission. Price includes all activities.
When: Oct 3 – Oct. 31 from 9 am – 7 pm
Details: The Double Oak Ranch pumpkin patch features Cartoon Character cutouts, a hay maze, a little train, and hayrides. In addition, several local vendors provide food for purchase.
Shadow Creek Pumpkin Farm
Where: 1530 Indian Creek Drive, Midlothian
Cost: $12 for an unlimited fall fun bracelet (entry fee), including entry into all activities. Kids under four years are free. Cash only!
When: Oct. 2–Oct. 31; Saturdays 10 am–6 pm and Sundays 1–6 pm
Details: Only 30 minutes south of Dallas and Ft. Worth, it is the perfect place to experience a classic, Texas-proud, fall atmosphere for the whole family. Get a taste of the country life on this beautiful farm.
Attractions include a corn maze, hayride, petting zoo, tree swings, staged photo ops, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, corn hole, and more. Food vendors are on-site and the 15-acres are shaded, making it perfect to stay and enjoy a picnic with the family.
Blase Family Farm
Where: 1232 E Fork Dr. Rockwall 75087
Cost: $9 per person and 2 and under are free.
When: Monday-Sunday – Hours vary from 9 am – 6 pm and reservations are required.
Details: Pricing includes a petting zoo, hayride, and free hotdog (on weekends) or hayride, petting zoo, and free mini pumpkin (M-F). The park also features a pumpkin storyboard walking trail, farm train, and concession stand.
Lone Star Family Farm
Where: 4199 Highway 67, Stephenville
Cost: $15.50 per person plus taxes/fees, children ages 2 and younger are free. Tickets must be purchased online
When: Sep. 25–Nov. 6; Friday 4pm–9:30pm, Saturday 10:30am–9:30pm, Sunday 1:30pm–7:30pm in October; Saturday 10:30am–6pm
Details: Admission includes a corn maze, hay bale maze, cow train ride, corn cannon, giant slides, pedal tractors, roping dummies, stick horses, farm animals, pig races, hayrides, pumpkin patch, photo opportunities, concessions, and picnic area with plenty of picnic tables for guests.
Where: 6400 W Red Bird Lane, Dallas
Cost: $16 for ages 2 and older (credit cards only)
When: Oct. 2 – Nov. 1 10am-3pm daily
Details: At Green Meadows Farm, they try to educate children of all ages about farm animals while providing fun for all.
The farm has over 200 animals, pig races, feeding animals, hayrides, rubber duck races, combine slide, firetruck slide, wood tracker, and play area. All activities are included with the price of admission.
Dallas Farmers Market
Where: 920 S Harwood Dallas, TX 75201
When: Sept. 12-October 31 10 am-6 pm
Details: This isn’t your typical pumpkin patch, but is still fun to visit and features live music. Be sure to get a photo at the entrance – it’s certainly Instagram-worthy.
Not only can you shop at the different vendors at the Farmers Market, but also get photos and buy the perfect pumpkin. If you want the pumpkin patch empty, then go during the week when there are no vendors.
They keep the pumpkin display up for the entire season and it’s the perfect time to visit without the crowns.
Where: 601 Harvey Lane, Denison
Cost: $10 per person. Includes the Pumpkin Tour, all farm activities, and pumpkin.
When: Oct. 3–31; Saturday 10am–5pm, Sunday 1pm–5pm
Details: Activities include the farm zoo, hayride, dress the scarecrow, hay jump, sack races, GaGa ball, human foosball court, bounce bed, and more.
St. James Pumpkin Patch
Where: 9845 McCree Road, Dallas, Texas 75238
When: September 26 – October 31 Sunday – Thursday: 1-7 pm, Friday and Saturday: 10 am-7pm
Details: With the pumpkins and the church in the background, it makes for gorgeous photos. Several thousand pumpkins in various sizes, gourds, and Indian corn is available for sale. Funds go towards the St. James Youth Ministry.
I would love to add our Pumpkin Patch to your list of Fall events. Here is information about our farm’s Pumpkin Patch. ” Bring the family out to Country Critters Farm for our annual Pumpkin Patch. The fun begins September 29 th. Activities include: bounce houses, train and tractor playground, a pony ride (weekends only), petting zoo, barrel train, hay ride, wooden maze, duck races (ducks are $1), storyteller, and game areas. Kids will hear a wonderful harvest story while enjoying a cookie and juice. Kids will also pick a pie size pumpkin out of the pumpkin patch, and decorate it with markers. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 5pm, gates close at 4 pm on weekends. Open weekdays by reservation only. Weekend admission is $12 per per child (2 and under are free), adults are $10. “
Hall’s is so much fun!