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Pumpkin Patches in Dallas – Ft Worth and Surrounding Communities (2019)

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Pumpkin Patch Dallas Ft. Worth

Pumpkins, Hayrides, Corn Mazes and more!

Dallas – Ft. Worth and Surrounding Communities.

(Updated for 2019)

Spend quality time with your family at one of the many local pumpkin patches that offer an array of family friendly activities like mazes, games, petting zoos and more. You don’t have to drive far to enjoy spending a crisp fall morning or sunny afternoon in search of your favorite pumpkin.  There are several big pumpkin patches in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area and some about an hour away. Don’t forget your camera!

Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival (Aubrey, TX)

When: September 26th – November 8th. 10am – 7pm 
How Much: Admission $10 ages 2 years and up, parking is free

What to Do: Barrel train rides, feed the animals, hay maze, kids playground and Half Pint Homestead, Blaster Cannon, Cowboy Tex, games, music, photos ops and more.

Country Critters Farm (Alvarado, TX)

When: Opens October 3rd – November 15th or as long as pumpkins last. Open Saturdays 10 am to 5 pm, Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm, gates close at 4 pm each day. Open weekdays by reservation only.
How Much: $10 per peson, Kids 2 and Under are Free, Seniors are $7

What to Do: Bounce Houses, Tractor and Train Playground, a Pony ride (weekends only), Petting Zoo, Barrel Train Ride, Hayride, Wooden Maze, Duck Races (Ducks are $1), The Story Teller and Game Areas. Each paying child gets to pick a pie side pumpkin out of the pumpkin patch and decorate with markers. No pets allowed.

Yesterland Farm (Canton, TX)

When: Weekends September 21 – November 3. October Fridays: 6pm – 10pm, Saturdays: 10am – 10pm, Sundays:  11am – 7pm.
How Much: Check website for pricing including pre-season tickets.

What to Do: Pumpkin patch, corn maze, Amaze-Ment Park, Saturday night fireworks, farm zoo, concerts by the pond, photo ops and more.

Mainstay Farm (Cleburne,TX)

When: September 29 – November 4. Saturdays 10am to 5:30pm, Sundays 12:30pm to 5:30pm
How Much: Check website for current pricing.

What to Do: Hay Play & Jump, Yee Haa Express Farm Train, The Dig, Little Farmer Acres: Duck Racing, Farmer Fones, Double-wide Slide, Kiddie Trike Track, Flying Cub junior zip line; Triple Decker Tree Fort, Spider Climb, Standing Teeter Totters, Swinging Trees, Pedal Carts, Circle of Swings, Wooden Maze, Up & Over Hedge Maze, In & Out Maze, Farmula 1 Trike Track, Color Maze, Jumping Pillow, Super Chute Slide, Balancing Labyrinth, Latvian Swing, Chalk Car, Horse Shoes, Sand Volleyball, Goat Scape Mountain, farm animals, Sheep Racing (seasonal). Check website for additional optional activities.

Autumn at the Arboretum (Dallas, TX)

When: September 21 – October 31. Times vary.
How Much: General garden admission is free to members. Visit website for non-member and special event rates.

What to Do: Highlighting “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” as the theme in 2019, the Arboretum’s fall festival features a ‘Great Pumpkin’ topiary; Linus, Sally and Franklin topiaries looking through the pumpkin patch; Snoopy and Woodstock topiaries sitting atop his dog house; Lucy giving garden advice at her booth; and a Schroeder topiary standing near his giant topiary piano. Guests can snap selfies with Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty, and Marcie topiaries behind the iconic brick wall, get lost with Pig Pen in the hay bale maze, and see the Peanuts Gang at their school house along with their multi-gourd decorated house for their autumn carnival. Named one of “America’s Best Pumpkin Festivals” by Fodor’s Travel, the festival features breathtaking colors of fall including 150,000 autumn flowers accented by pumpkins, gourds and squash. Visit the website to check out the many activities available during the fall festival. Be sure to bring your camera as there will be many photo ops.

Elves Farm (Denison, TX)

When: Opens October  5th for the fall season. Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 1pm – 5pm.
How Much: $10 per person – Pumpkin Tour (all activities & one pumpkin) $5 per person – Ride Along Tour (does not include pumpkin. )

What to Do: Pumpkin Patch activities include Hayrides, The Maze, a farm zoo, hay jump, sack races, Ga Ga Ball, bounce pad and dress your own scarecrow stations (great photo opportunity). Farm specialties include picnic areas, tours, snacks, drinks, gifts, arts and crafts, restrooms, country atmosphere, and free coffee on request. Check website for additional activities.

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch (Flower Mound, TX)

When: October 1st through October 31st from 9am to 7pm.
How Much:  $5.00 parking Monday – Friday; $10.00 for Saturday and Sunday. Buses are $1.00 per person, however, all activities are free. Local vendors provide food for purchase.

What to Do: Join the fun each fall at the Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch on the Double Oak Ranch. You will find hundreds of pumpkins to choose from, cornstalks, hay bales, baked goods, and refreshments. Picnic tables are provided for individual use; however use of tables by any large groups or parties must be reserved and confirmed. Each season we feature Cartoon Character cutouts and bounce houses for the kids.

Pumpkins on the Prairie (Frisco, TX)

When: September 28 – October 31. Monday – Friday from 1:00 – 7:00 (or sunset) and Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am – 7:00pm (or sunset). Patch opens at 10:00 am on Friday, 10/11 and Monday, 10/14. Activities begin at 12 noon on Sundays.
How Much: Free

What to Do: Pumpkins on the Prairie celebrates its 16th year of fun and festivities.Pick your favorite pumpkins. Kids can enjoy bounce house, hay maze and “Kid’s Patch!” Lot of photo ops with the fall set-ups and family-fun hayrides.

The Gentle Zoo Pumpkin Patch (Forney, TX)

When: October 4 – November 3. Monday -Wednesday 9:30am-2pm, Thursday-Saturaday 9:30-9pm, and Sunday 9:30- 8pm.
How Much: General Admission $7.00. Children under 12 months free. Pumpkin prices range from $1 – $40. 


What to Do: Petting zoo, pumpkin patch, play area, maze and train ride and animal room access. Additional activities which include the jumping pillow, water rollers, and ball blasters are available for a fee. One Site BBQ for Lunch and Dinner are also available. Cash and Card are accepted.

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm (Grapevine, TX)

When: Open daily through October 31st. Monday – Thursday, 3:00pm – 8:00pm; Friday, 3:00pm – 10:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am – 10:00pm; Sunday, 1:00pm – 8:00pm.
How Much: Adults and kids 12 and over $5, kids ages 4-11 are $3, age 3 and under Free.  Corn Maze admission is $5. Hayrides are $5 for day rides and $3 after dark. Farm accepts cash only. No professional photography sessions, pets or outside fool allowed.

What to Do: Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, gourds, hay bales and corn maze and Hayrides too.

Big Orange Pumpkin Farm (Gunter, TX)

When: September 14 through November 27, 8am – 8pm, Monday – Sunday.
How Much: Weekdays (Monday through Friday) – $8 per person. Weekends (Saturday and Sunday) – $10 per person – Farm Train included!  Children under 2 are free. See website for specific items included with each type of admission.

What to Do: Hay rides, hay maze, petting farm, feed animals, general store, hardware store, gift shop and cafe.

Lone Star Family Farm (Stephenville, TX)

When: Open September 28 – November 9. September/October: Fridays, 4pm – 9:30pm, Saturdays, 10:30am – 9:30pm, Sunday, 1:30pm – 7:30pm. November: Saturdays, 10:30AM – 6PM; Closed Fridays & Sundays.
How Much: $12.50 / person; children ages 2 and under are free w/paid adult. See website for exclusions and other pricing options.

What to Do: Pumpkin patch, cow train rides, corn mazes, hay bale maze and pyramid, giant hay bale slides, corn cannon, corn and sand pits, roping dummies, stick horses, hay rides, farm animals, games, play area, picnic area, concessions, photo ops and more.



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