Nothing gets you in the spirit of Autumn quite like visiting a pumpkin patch. Here are the top 8 Pumpkin Patches and Farms in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. So round up the kiddos and head to these pumpkin patches in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this fall.

1. Autumn at The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

When: Now through November 23, 2016
Where: 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, TX
How much? General admission: Adults $15, Children (3-12 years) $10, Kids – <2 years and Members Free. Parking $8, Pumpkins cost extra.
What: Decked out in fall’s finest including over 90,000 pumpkins, squash, gourds, countless ears of Indian Corn and more than 900 bales of hay, Pumpkin Village is just what you need to get in the mood for fall. There are plenty of fun activities for kids of every age. Special attractions this year include a petting zoo, crafts, live music and face painting.  Visit Dallas Arboretum for special promotions and more information.

2. Tucker Hill Pumpkinville

When: October 17, 2016 – October 31, 2016
Where: 2100 State Blvd., McKinney, TX 75071
How much? Free admission, pumpkins available for purchase
What: If you have toddlers, this may be the perfect pumpkin patch as they are the only one in the area offering a toddler version of the ever popular hay maze. There are various other activities for younger children as well. Visit Tucker Hill Pumpkinville for more information and promotions.

3. Preston Trail Farms – Big Orange Pumpkin Farm

When: Now through November 23, 2016
Where: 15102 TX-289, Gunter, TX 75058
How much? $8 Discounts available for groups.
What: Located just north of Dallas in Gunter, Preston Trail Farms has something for everyone, hay ride, hay maze petting and feeding barn, general store, gift shop and cafe. Named one of the top Pumpkin Patches in Texas 2015 by Wide Open Country, Preston Trail is different because it is an actual working pumpkin farm. Admission includes:

Contact Preston Trail Farms today for more information.

4. Pumpkin Patch at Storybrook Ranch

When: Now through November 1, 2016
Where: 3701 S. Custer, McKinney, TX 75070
How much? $5 – $15 Kids < 2 Free, group discounts are available.
What: This is truly a unique experience. Established as a cattle ranch in 1887, Storybrook farm has recreated an entire Old West town with 15 buildings. Enjoy an 1800s wagon ride tour and a mini pumpkin with the price of admission. Visit Storybrook Ranch for more information

5. YesterLand Farm Fall Festival

Where: 15410 Interstate 20, Canton 75103
When: Now through November 13, 2016
How much? Prices start at $12.95 per person, Kids < 2 Free.
What: Looking for a great way to spend an entire day? YesterLand may be a bit of a drive but it is packed with activities like rock climbing walls, movies, amusement rides, face painting, photo props, petting zoo, mazes and yes, plenty of pumpkins! Visit YesterLand Ranch today to be amazed.

6. Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch at Double Oak Ranch

Where: 5100 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound 75028
When: Now through October 31. 2016
How much? Free admission, parking $5 Pumpkins start at $2
What: Just west of Dallas, this pumpkin patch has it all. Bounce houses, walking trails, hayrides, food vendors, train rides and much more. Check out Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch for more information.

7. Hall’s Pumpkin Farm

Where: 3420 Hall Johnson Road Grapevine, TX 76501
When: Daily through October 31, 2016
How much? General admission is Free
What: During the month of October, Hall’s Farm is celebrating the harvest with a festive atmosphere. They boast the largest most confounding corn maze in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. Located in historic Grapevine, the working farm is decked out in lights at night with activities lasting until 8pm during the week and 10pm over the weekend. Tractor hayrides are continuous, even at night. Enjoy BBQ from Last Supper Smokers and pick your own pumpkin straight off the vine. Visit Hall’s Pumpkin Farm to learn more.

8. Pumpkin Days at Mainstay Farm

Where: 1004 W Bethesda Rd, Cleburne, TX 76031
When: Now through October 31. 2016
How much? $12- $24 day passes available Pumpkins extra
What: Pumpkin days on Saturdays and Sundays through the end of October is a big event a Mainstay Farm. There are many activities for kids and adults including,

Visit Mainstay Farm today for more information.


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