Find the Best Pumpkin Patch in Dallas/Fort Worth

It’s pumpkin time! I love this time of the year. Nice weather, fall décor, pumpkin spice, football, the State Fair of Texas and pumpkin patch pictures is what October is all about. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! The nice weather has already arrived in North Texas and the days aren’t so hot (although it may be a bit before we truly get to the fall temperatures). My fall decor is ready and waiting to be perfectly placed around our house, and October 1st couldn’t get here soon enough. Pumpkin spice has already made its grand entrance as usual, and I have already indulged.

Thanks Starbucks for pumpkin everything.

Last, but not least, pumpkin patches are in the works. Area pumpkin patch owners are already busy creating their pumpkin masterpieces for all to enjoy, and we are so thankful.

Want the scoop on the best pumpkin patches in Dallas/Fort Worth? Here’s a list of some of the best North Texas pumpkin patches for families:

Flower Mound Pumpking Patch

Flower Mound pumpkin patch is a wonderful pumpkin patch in the Flower Mound/Lewisville area, which is open October 1st through the 31st. The Flower Mound pumpkin patch, located on Double Oak Ranch, includes several activities for the kids. Every year kids enjoy the incredible wooden characters. Characters include childhood favorites such at Scooby Doo, Paw Patrol, and Charlie Brown to name a few. Each year characters can change according to what’s popular at the time and are perfect for fall-themed family pictures. Other activities include jump houses, hayrides, and some really fun hay mazes. The pumpkins patch in Flower Mound also has hundreds of pumpkins for decoration and available for purchase. Best of all the activities are free! A $5 parking fee (Monday-Friday) is all that’s needed to enjoy the day. On Saturday and Sunday parking is $10 per car.

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm in Grapevine

Over in Grapevine is Hall’s Pumpkin Farm, which includes a corn maze. The pumpkin farm opened September 29th and is also open through October 31st. The pumpkin farm includes hayrides and other fun activities for kids along with the corn maze. Be sure to check the website for opening and closing times as well as cost. They differ from week days to weekends. As a heads up Grapevine’s pumpkin farm doesn’t take credit cards or checks, so make sure you grab some cash.

Pumpkins on the Prairie in Frisco

Frisco hosts a pumpkin patch as well. Pumpkins on the Prairie is located at United Methodist Church. It opened September 30 and runs to October 31st. Again, check the website for hours as they vary depending on the day. Frisco’s pumpkin patch includes several kids’ activities such as hayrides, face painting, and jump houses. Parking and all activities are free! Check website also for special activities offered at Pumpkins on the Prairie.

Dallas Arboretum

Autumn at the Arboretum is a huge attraction this time of year. Definitely a must see and perfect for the kids. Dallas Arboretum includes several fun children’s activities and huge attractions created by pumpkins. The Arboretum is open September 23rd to November 22nd and relates to all things fall. The Arboretum includes thousands of pumpkins to enjoy. Check the website for open times and specials. The arboretum creates a great family environment.

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