The Best Pumpkin Patches and Farms

Posted on Sep 13 2016 - 9:20pm by Beth

The Best Pumpkin Farms

It’s FALL Y’all!  I always love the Fall season because it kicks off the holidays. The weather starts to get cooler, the leaves begin to change colors, and we begin to see pumpkins popping up all over town.


Pumpkin Patches

Who doesn’t love a good pumpkin patch?  Let’s face it…they make beautiful backdrops for pictures, they’re fun to pick, and pumpkin dishes are tasty. Throughout the city, there are tons of pumpkin patches.  We love the pumpkin farms that are filled with kid related activities as well.  Read on to see the list of my favorite pumpkin places around town.



Dewberry Farm

Location: Brookshire, Texas
Opening Date:  September 24, 2016

Pumpkin patch, corn maze, wagon rides, cow train rides, Fort DewHickey, Hay Mountain, giant roller slides, rat racers, Black Momba, Cackle Palace, the Barnyard, Rubber Duck Races, Pig Races, Yard Games at Windmill Park, Farmer Flinger, Corn Box, Little Farmersville, Puzzle Mazes, Hi-strikers, Tether Ball, Springtown, Sand Mountain, Sports Ball Zone, Wooden Armadillo ChooChoo, Spider Webs, and more.
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Blessington Farms

Location: Simonton, Texas
Opening Date: September 24, 2016

Pumpkin patch, hay rides, giant slides, barrel train rides, pedal cars, animal encounters, Quaker Parrots, rope maze, fossil dig, and more.

Oil Ranch

Location:  Hockley, Texas
Opening Date: September 24, 2016

Pumpkin patch, train rides, hay rides, pony rides, playgrounds, jumping pillow, dairy barn, petting zoo, swimming pool, mining co., hamster wheels, Indian Village, rope spider web, fishing, sports, miniature golf, animal barn, stockyard maze, etc.



Location:  The Houston Zoo
Dates:  October 14, 21, 28

Pumpkin patch, candy corners, Monster Mural, Tatzoo parlor, creature maze, Zoe the Zookeeper’s Howlerween Adventure, carnival-style games, mystery boxes, etc.


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