It’s the time of year when we put on our favorite flannel shirt and head to the pumpkin patches! San Antonio has plenty of great pumpkin patches and fall festivals to enjoy all season long.
There is nothing that screams fall more than drinking apple cider, walking through corn mazes, enjoying hayrides, being scared at a haunted house, and getting cute pictures with pumpkins.
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The Best San Antonio Pumpkin Patches
Below you’ll find the ultimate guide to the best local pumpkin patches in San Antonio to visit this fall. They have everything from corn mazes, food trucks, pumpkin picking, and places to get your fall photos.
Bracken United Methodist Church
Where: 20377 FM 2252, San Antonio, TX
When: Oct. 3 – 31
Details: This free family event is great for the entire family. Activities include pet parades, pumpkin crafts, photos booths, face painting, and more.
Bulverde United Methodist Church
Where: 28300 Hwy 281 N San Antonio, TX
When: Oct. 5-31
Details: This fun event for the family has it all and you can find the perfect pumpkin. Everything from a trike-a-thon, games, bouncy house, farmers marker, crafts, costume party, and more.
Activities may vary by day and one can check their Facebook page for complete details.
Circle N Maze
Where: 558 County Road 345 La Vernia, TX
Cost: $10 for 3 and up
When: Lights Out Maze – Oct. 8
Details: Get ready for fun in the Fall. Circle N Maze offers the biggest Corn Maze in San Antonio and South Texas – 10 acres! With three mazes built into this 10-acre design, you can try the .3 mile, then 1.5 miles, and the 2.9-mile trail!
Attractions include a pumpkin patch, games for kids, climbing hay bales, farm animals, and a petting zoo.
Devine Acres Farm
Where: 944 FM 2200, Devine, TX 78016
Cost: $12 online or $16 at the gate
When: Weekends Sept. 28 – Oct. 27; Sat.10 am -5 pm; Sun. Noon – 5 pm
Details: Price includes all activities at the Fall Country Fest. Attractions include tube swings, wagon rides, bucket golf, cane pole fishing, sack races, marshmallow roasting, hay maze, gem mining, and more.
Helotes Hills United Methodist Church
Where: 13222 Bandera Rd., Helotes, TX
When: Oct 5 – Oct 31, Sun-Fri noon-8 pm, Sat 10 am-8 pm
Details: Bring your camera and snap all the photos with the family at the different photo booths set up around the patch. They also have plenty of pumpkins that start at $.75 and are priced by size.
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First United Method Church Seguin
Where: 710 N. Austin St. Seguin, TX
Cost: FREE. Pumpkins start at $.75
When: Oct. 5 – Oct. 31
Details: Activities include the pumpkin patch, photo opportunities, storytime, trunk or treat, and more.
Good News Pumpkin Patch
Where: 11020 Old Corpus Christi Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78223
Cost: Entrance is free; activities vary by price
When: Oct. 9 – Oct. 31
Details: They offer hayrides, moon bounces, mazes, angry pumpkins (giant slingshot) every evening and all weekends, laser tag on Sunday afternoon, movie nights in the patch on Saturday, and special events on the weekend.
Where: 8301 East US Hwy 290 Fredericksburg TX 78624
Cost: $10; 5 under are free
When: Mid-September – Oct. 31
Details: Admission includes a giant corn maze, mini maze, Texas side jumpy pillow, corn box, wagon ride, cowboy roping, and more.
Love Creek Orchards
Where: 13558 TX-16, Medina, TX 78055
When: Weekends from Oct. 9 – 31
Details: The Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch has a hay maze for smaller children, music and storytelling, an orchard tour, a hayride, a petting zoo, and a cider press. When you buy a pumpkin, you can paint it for free. Food vendors are on-site.
Milberger’s Happy Halloween Weekend
Where: 3920 N Loop 1604 E San Antonio, TX 78247
When: Oct. 1- 31 – Check social media for updated hours
Details: Activities include the terror train, face painting, balloon artist, roasted corn, virgin margaritas, pumpkin painting, kids gardening class, moon bounce, and more.
Owl Creek Farm
Where: 12355 Military Dr. San Antonio, Texas
Cost: $8; $6 for military
When: Oct. 5- 31
Details: Activities include pony rides, face painting, petting zoo animals, potato launching, family games, pumpkins, and several photo booths.
Pipe Creek Pumpkin Patch
Where: 805 Phil’s Road, Pipe Creek, Texas
When: Oct. 2 – 31 open weekends; 11 am – 5:30 pm
Details: Admission includes a hayride, haystack, hay bale maze, hop ball, scarecrow dressing, visiting farm animals, large sandbox, rubber duck races, kiddie barrel train rides, pumpkin painting, photo ops, and strolling through 6000 Christmas trees. Will also have a snack bar and farmers market.
Pumpkin Play Days at Spring Creek Gardens
Where: 11355 US Highway 281 N Spring Branch, TX, 78070
Details: Activities include live music, wine tasting, mini pumpkin painting, treats, balloons, lawn games, and more.
Rocky Creek Maze
Where: 784 County Road 251 Moulton, TX 77975
Cost: Price varies by day
When: Oct. 1 – Nov. 21
Details: Friday and Saturday nights in October feature the Haunted Trail. Other activities include a petting zoo, balloon animals, cotton candy, and more.
Thousand Oaks Bible Church Pumpkin Patch
Where: 15801 Jones Maltsberger Rd., San Antonio, TX 78247
When: Oct15–31, 11 am – 7 pm
Details: Fun for the whole family with free photo ops and activities. There will be a huge selection of standard pumpkins along with other varieties such as orange and white minis, wee bees, and autumn wings.
There will be a free community Fall Festival that will feature decorated car trunks, music, games, candy, food, bounce houses, and prizes.
Universal City Pumpkin Patch
Where: 2150 Universal City Blvd., Universal City, TX 78249
Cost: Free admission
When: Oct 3-31; 11 am – 7 pm
Details: There will be a wide variety of pumpkins for sale and different weekend events such as a fall fair and family fun night.
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