Houston Area Pumpkin Patches

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It’s officially that time of year! The weather will (hopefully) cool off soon and pumpkin patches and fall festivals are on the horizon. If you’re looking for the perfect pumpkin patch excursion for your family, we’ve got a few fantastic options in the Houston area. Whether you’re looking for a good location for fall family pictures or a day full of fall activities for the kids, this list is a great place to start.

Dewberry Farm

A Houston area favorite that includes an 8-acre corn maze and 8-acres of pumpkins for picking. The farm has tons of activities each weekend and also boasts a Punkin Hollar with more than 500 lighted pumpkins.

Blessinton Farm

From hayrides and train rides to animals for petting, this farm has a lot going on for the whole family and of course, includes a live pumpkin patch.

The 7 Acre Wood

Located in Conroe, this family fun park has all of the fall favorites and will also be hosting their 7th Annual Thrill at the Mill, a free fall festival, on October 18th from 10AM-4PM.

Halter Inc.

This non-profit organization serves children, teens and young adults through animal therapy. Their pumpkin patch is open every Saturday and Sunday in October and includes activities such as a petting zoo, hay ride, stock yard maze and haunted trail. Proceeds allow this non-profit to continue their services to the community.

Old MacDonald’s Farm

This is a 15-acre children’s paradise that includes a petting zoo, pony rides, train ride and swimming pool!

Pumpkin Patch on the Wild Side

This is a fall experience of a different kind, complete with camels, kangaroos and exotic animals! Put on by TGR Exotics, this day trip has options for hayrides, pumpkin painting, face painting and many more crafts.

Matt Family Orchard

This orchard provides fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the year and you guessed it, beginning in October the pumpkins are in their prime.

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm

From 10AM-7PM the farm is open for pumpkin pickers. Just don’t forget to bring your wagon to tote your pumpkins!

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