Dallas pumpkin patches will open in just a few weeks, and we can’t wait! I put together a list of our favorites to visit during the fall season.
Pumpkin patches are just one of the fun things to do in Dallas this fall with kids. The weather is finally cool enough to get outside and enjoy family time!
Dallas Pumpkin Patches to Visit With Kids
Preston Trail Farms in Gunter
Formerly Big Orange Pumpkin Farm in Celina
Andrew LOVED this farm — it is definitely one of the best Dallas pumpkin patches. There is a tractor train for little ones, free hay rides, a roping area, and lots of animals to feed. The price of admission on the weekends includes a hot dog for each person and feed for the animals — at $8 per person ages 2 and up, it’s a steal.
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze in Grapevine
Last year, this pumpkin patch was one we visited. River and Eli loved playing on the mini tractors and they had *awesome* food in the concession stand. There’s a petting zoo, and, of course, pumpkins for sale. General admission is FREE, but you have to purchase tickets for things like the Corn Maze and Hay Rides.
Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch in Flower Mound
This is a crowd favorite, featuring face painting, bounce houses, a hay bale maze, and playground equipment. Parking costs $5, but all activities are free. Make sure you take time to pick a pumpkin!
Blase Family Farm in Rockwall
This wooded 13-acre farm is located in the heart of Rockwall. Enjoy a petting zoo, hayrides, farm train and picnic area. Weekend admission includes feed for the animals and a hot dog and costs $7 for ages 2 and up.
Owens Spring Creek Farm in Richardson
Another crowd favorite, this farm features all the fun activities you’ll find at most other places, with an added bonus: Admission to the farm museum. For $7 ages 2 and up, you’ll get a hot dog, animal feed and admission to all the fun on the farm.
See also: This post from Real Life Notes about this pumpkin patch!
Mainstay Farm in Cleburne
This place just looks too cool. Activities include hayrides, the jumping pillow, tree house, mini train, peddle kart races and much more! Weekend admission is $10 for ages 3-12; $15 for above. Senior citizens cost $10 and under 2 is free.
Yesterland Farm in Canton
We’re planning at trip here, and I cannot wait to go! This farm has so much to do, with a corn maze, rock wall, gemstone dig, corn cannon, pumpkin launcher, petting zoo, pig races, pony rides and a giant slide. If I never come home, you’ll know why. Admission is $11.95 for ages 3-54 and $9.95 for seniors 55+.
Tucker Hill Pumpkinville in McKinney
This neighborhood pumpkin patch benefits McKinney Christian Academy. Admission is free, but there are lots of pumpkins available for purchase! I’m sure my little guy would love to take a stroll through the toddler-sized hay bale maze.
Pumpkins on the Prairie in Frisco
Featuring bounce houses, pumpkin carving, craft show, Family Movie Nights, face painting — your typical pumpkin patch with a twist! Buy your pumpkin and then you can launch it in their pumpkin launcher! How cool is that? Admission is free!
First Christian Church of Arlington Pumpkin Patch in Arlington
One of the largest pumpkin patches in the Metroplex, featuring thousands of pumpkins on display. There’s even a pumpkin maze!
BONUS: Storybook Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum
Since first moving to Dallas, I’ve resisted visiting this autumn staple. I just couldn’t imagine that it would be worth all the hype. Boy, was I wrong. Andrew and I visited one recent weekday, and it is so awesome. I definitely think that Cinderella’s Carriage steals the show. And there are just so many pumpkins. It really is something to see.
Still deciding? Maybe this list of the Best Pumpkin Patches in Dallas from Dallas Socials will help make it easy! She’s even got some on her list that you don’t see here.
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Looking for more family-friendly activities in Dallas? Be sure to check out my list of 20 Things To Do In Dallas This Fall.