DFW has plenty of autumn fun at these local pumpkin patches. 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.
The Best Pumpkin Patches in DFW
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 3–8pm, Friday 3–10pm, Saturday 10am–10pm, Sunday 1–8pm
Details: This working farm has a 2 acre corn maze, tractor hay rides, farm animals and concessions. You can also pick pumpkins off the vine or grab one that’s already been picked. Cash only.
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. 25–Nov. 1; Wednesday and Tuesday 10am–2pm, Friday evenings 5pm–9pm, Saturday 10am–8pm, Sunday 10am–6pm
Details: Mainstay has it all & you’ll want to make sure you give yourself time to enjoy all the activities. Activities include hayrides, train rides, 3 story tree house, jumping pillows, farm animals and more! Concessions and country store on site.
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 6-10pm.
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 Art of the Pumpkin festival features over 15,000 fall plants. The pumpkin village has more than 90,000 pumpkins and guards. Kids can play in a hay bale maze, plenty of photo opportunities and pumpkins for sale.
Where: 15102 TX-289, Gunter
Cost: $10 per person
When: Sept. 26—Nov. 25; 8am−8pm
Details: Take an educational tour and learn about the 50 farm animals on the property. They also have a roping pen, hay maze and hay ride.
Where: 3709 County Rd 617, Alvarado, TX
Cost: $10 per person
When: Oct. 3 – Nov.15, Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
Details: The farm features bounce houses, pony rides, petting zoo, barrel train ride, hay ride, 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 hay maze, horse rides, petting zoo, bounce house, obstacles course, wagon ride through a western town.