Houston Area Guide to Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals

We are thankful to our friends at Dewberry Farm for helping us get in the spirit of all things fall this year in Houston!

Looking for the best pumpkin patches and fall festivals in the greater Houston area? We have you covered! Fall is one of the best seasons in Houston as our weather finally cools off and allows for some autumnal fun! Check out our list below and let us know if we need to add any to the list!

One of our favorite places to visit is Dewberry Farm and this fall they’ve got it all! From September 16th – November 12th, bring the whole family to Fall Festival at Dewberry Farm Fall for a day of Texas-sized fun, and enjoy a day filled with fun, pumpkins, great food, over 40 rides & attractions, and Fall phot-ops galore!

At their Fall Festival, you can explore their pumpkin patch, paint pumpkins, follow a trail of glowing jack-o-lanterns inside “Pumpkin Hollar,” spin out on our new Jumping’ Jacks ride, meet our friendly Barnyard Animals, explore our 8-acre HOUSTON ASTROS-themed corn maze, and much more!

PLUS, experience their evening hours spooky event, BOOriffic Nights! When the sun sets at Dewberry Farm, get ready for the nighttime fun to begin! Fall Festival takes a spooky turn during the evening hours as light from hundreds of glowing jack-o-lanterns starts to burn, and our Corn Maze becomes CREEPY! Enjoy all of the daytime attractions, plus throw axes with Jason at Camp Crystal Lake, see life-sized lanterns of your favorite heroes of horror, take photos in a replica set from Stranger Things, and more!

DISCOUNT CODE FOR YOU!!! For a limited time, get $6 off per admission when you purchase tickets online with code: FALL6 Dewberry Farm is located in Breckenridge, TX, a short 45-minute drive from downtown Houston. Tickets and information at: www.DewberryFarm.com

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Central Houston

City of Bellaire – The Great Pumpkin Hunt: October 26, 4-5:30PM

Houston Arboretum Annual ArBOOretum Family Fall Festival: October 14, 10 AM-4PM

Zoo Boo {Houston Medical Center}: September 29-October 31 *All week during normal business hours

Nature Discovery Center {Bellaire} Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival: October 14 & 15, 11AM-4PM

Discovery Green Scream on the Green: October 27; 6PM-10PM

HTX Art Trick Art Treat {North}:  October 31; 5PM-8PM

Westminster United Methodist Church {Galleria}: Pumpkin Patch Oct 11-31, 9AM-6:30PM; Pumpkin Patch Festival Oct 14, 10AM-3PM

North / Northwest

Halter Inc. Pumpkin Patch {Northwest Houston} Open Saturday, October 7, 14, 21, 28; Noon-5PM // Sunday, October 8, 15, 22, 29; Noon – 5PM

7 Acre Wood {Conroe} Monday-Saturday; 9AM-5PM //
Sundays; Noon-5PM

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm {Spring} Pumpkin Patch open Fridays and weekends in October beginning September 30; Fridays 4-7PM // Saturday-Sunday; 10AM-7PM

P-6 Farms Fall Festival and Corn Maze {Montgomery} September 30 – November 5; Saturday & Sunday 10AM-6:30PM

Oil Ranch Pumpkin Patch {Hockley} October 1-31; 12PM-3PM

Spooktactular at the Tomball Depot {Tomball} October 7; 4PM-9PM



Old Macdonald’s Farm {Humble} Open daily; 10AM-6PM {Pumpkin Patch September 17-October 30}
*Be sure to check Facebook page regarding inclement weather closures.

West/ Southwest

Blessington Farms Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch {Simonton} September 23- November 19; Saturday and Sunday 9AM – 4PM

Dewberry Farm {Brookshire} September 16 – November 12

First Christian Church {Katy} Open Daily from September 26- October 31; Check Facebook and contact for updated days, times, & availability.

St. Peter’s UMC {Katy} Opening in October!

Horizon Baptist Pumpkin Patch {Missouri City}: October 1-31; Sunday 12:30PM-dusk, W, Th, F 3PM-dusk, Sat 10AM-dusk

Grace Episcopal Church & School {Southwest Houston}: October 11-31, 11 AM – 7 PM every day; Fall Festivals on 10/20 and 10/2 with photo opportunities, trick-or-treating, and more.

East / Southeast

Froberg’s Farm Fall Festivals and Corn Maze {Alvin} Every weekend September 2-November 6, Nighttime family maze on select Fridays/Saturdays in October, 6:30-10PM

St. Andrews Episcopal Church {Pearland} Opening late September-October 31

Space Center Houston {Clear Lake City} Galaxy Frights: October 21-22 // October 28-29; 10AM-6PM

Lone Star Flight Museum {South Houston} Halloween in the Hanger: October 21; 10AM-1PM

Asbury UMC Pumpkin Patch {Pasadena}: September 24-October 31; Sunday 12:30PM-dark, M-F 2:30PM-dark, Saturday 9AM-dark

Happy Fall, y’all!

Please Note :: While we make every effort to crosscheck current links and event details on our guides, we always encourage you to do the same when researching options and making plans too! If details are missing or incorrect, please let us know so that we can make every attempt to correct them. And if you know of any other Houston pumpkin patches, please include those in the comments as well!!

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