Coziest Pumpkin PatchesSeasonal Guide

Perfect for everyone in the family, date night, or day out with the besties find the coziest and most Insta-Worthy pumpkin patches in the region.

Autumn at the Arboretum
One of the most sought out events of the year, the Dallas Arboretum hosts the largest pumpkin patch in the region. This year’s theme, “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” will feature themed pumpkin houses that make up the famous Pumpkin Village and maze for kids to enjoy. Don’t miss out on the pumpkin decorating and music on select dates. 

St. James Pumpkin Patch
Returning for its 26th Annual Pumpkin Patch, St. James Episcopal Church partners with Southwest-based farmers who harvest pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. Many families come together to purchase pumpkins, take family photos, including those with 4 paws. Join them Saturday, October 28th for their Fall Family Fandango event where live music, costumes, treats, bounces houses, barbecue, and so much more will be featured! 

Blase Family Farm (Rockwall)
Located at the Blase Family Farm, this blueberry farm is transformed into a pumpkin patch for the fall. Blueberry picking is closed for the year, but you can find a petting zoo, go on a hayride, and have plenty of picture opportunities though their wooded walking trail. Pumpkins and straw bales are available for sale. 

Preston Trail Farms (Gunter)
Gunter—home of Preston Trail Farms and of the Big Orange Pumpkin Farm. Preston Trail Farms is open year-round and becomes a popular destination in the fall for North Texans and Oklahoma residents. There are hayrides, 6-foot-tall hay maze, petting farms, and gift shop. If you want the “life on the farm experience” you can’t miss out on this place!

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm & Corn Maze
Families around Tarrant County come together every October to visit Hall’s Pumpkin Farm. Their two-acre of 9ft. tall corn stalks makes this corn maze one of the most challenging in the region. You’ll never know where the twist and turns take you. Hayrides are provided for all in the family. This centered location is nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth, making it accessible to all.

Pumpkins on the Prairie (Frisco)
Located on Main Street in Frisco, Pumpkins on the Prairie has more than just pumpkins. There is fun for all in the family, including hayrides, face painting, bounce house, and a fall festival. On Sunday, October 29th  wear your costumes and bring your family for a wonderful evening featuring Trunk or-Treating. 

Yesterland Farm Pumpkin Patch (Canton)
With a variety of activities like photo ops, a corn maze, unlimited rides, paintball, pony rides, petting zoo, and fireworks, you will have be sure to have a fun time at Yesterland Farm! Can’t make it this weekend? No worries! They are open with more festivities for the holidays in November and December with holiday lights, so make sure to visit Canton, TX for a thrilling weekend. 

Pitchfork Pumpkin Patch 
Offering a variety of activities like pumpkin smashing, carving, painting, a pumpkin drop, and hand-crafted photo ops, you are guaranteed a fun time at Pitchfork’s Pumpkin Patch. Movie nights are also featured with snacks sold before and during movies. Don’t miss out on this pumpkin patch 25 minutes away from Dallas!