2021 Houston Area Guide to Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals

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

Fall is here, and that means all things pumpkin … including patches! This season is one of my kiddos’ favorite times of year, and Houston offers such great opportunities for quality family time. There is no shortage of pumpkin patch fun in this great city!

And, this year, we are SO excited to partner with Dewberry Farm to give you a comprehensive list of alllll the fabulous Pumpkin Patches around the Greater Houston area.

Dewberry Farm has been a Houston favorite since 2002, and brings a taste of the farm of past, present, and future to the public of today. And their Fall Festival, which runs from now until November 14, is one of the VERY best times to visit the farm! From their barnyard, candy cannon {yes, we said cannon}, corn maze, train ride, giant roller slide, and more… they have a TON of Fall fun for the whole family. 

Windmill and Water Tank
Barnyard
Train
Bridge and carousel

Their new Spooky Hollow is SURE to be a hit with your family. It’s 7 acres of fascinating walking trails offering three different levels of fright: Friendly, Freaky, and Frightful!

And one thing to note this year – Dewberry Farm is going cashless! Cash will only be accepted for admission, and once inside the farm debit, credit cards, and Dewberry Farm Gift Cards will only be accepted. Tickets start at $19.95 and can be purchased online to reserve your spot.

And whether you want to visit patches in your part of town or drive a bit and experience a new adventure, we’ve got all the information you need right here. Be sure to check websites for details on pricing, times, and activities, and add a pumpkin patch visit to your fall calendar!

If you see anything missing– leave it in the comments so we can enjoy with you!

>> 2021 Houston Area Pumpkin Patches
and Fall Festivals<<

Central Houston

City of Bellaire – The Great Pumpkin Hunt
{Bellaire}
Thursday, October 28 4:00-5:30PM

Houston Arboretum
Annual ArBOOretum Family Fall Festival, October 23, 10:00AM-4:00PM

Memorial Drive Methodist Church
{Memorial Area}
Pumpkin Fest Sunday, October 24, 5:00-7:00PM

Zoo Boo by LyondellBasell
{Houston Medical Center}
October 1-31
*All week during normal business hours

Nature Discovery Center
{Bellaire}
Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival- October 16 & 17, 11:00AM-4:00PM

North / Northwest

7 Acre Wood
{Conroe}
*Special Event* 21st Annual Thrill At The Mill is on October 30th 10AM-3PM
Pumpkin Patch available every day in October during normal operating hours

Halter Inc., as seen on TLC’s The Little Couple
{Northwest}
Open Saturday, October 9, 16, 23, 30 // Sunday, October 10, 17, 24, 31
Saturday, Noon – 5PM // Sunday, Noon – 5PM

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm
{Spring}
Open Fridays and weekends in October beginning October 1st
Fridays 4PM – 7PM // Saturday – Sunday, 10AM – 7PM

P-6 Farms Fall Festival and Corn Maze
{Montgomery}
October 2nd – November 7th
Saturday & Sunday 10AM – 6PM

Faith United Methodist Church
{Spring}
Pumpkin Festival, Saturday October 23 10:00AM-3PM

Northeast


Old Macdonald’s Farm
{Humble}
Open daily M-F 10AM-5PM and weekends 10AM-6PM
September 11-November 1
Check Facebook page and website for more info.

West


Blessington Farms Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch
{Simonton}
September 18th- November 21st
Saturday and Sunday 9AM – 4PM (Sundays only in September and October)

Dewberry Farm
{Brookshire}
September 25th – November 14th
*See website to reserve your tickets

First Christian Church
{Katy}
Open Daily
Check Facebook and contact for updated days, times, & availability.

St. Peter’s UMC
{Katy}
October 10th – 31st
Opening Day “Party in the Patch” October 10 at 1PM


East / Southeast


Froberg’s Farm Fall Festivals and Corn Maze
{Alvin}
Every weekend September 25-November 7
Nighttime family maze on select Fridays/Saturdays in October, 6:30-10:00PM

St. Andrews Episcopal Church
{Pearland}
Opening Saturday, September 25
M-Th Noon – 7PM, Friday-Sunday 10AM-8PM

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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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Ann grew up in central Pennsylvania and graduated from Penn State, where she met and later married her husband, Cory. They moved to Houston in 2007 and she started working in the nonprofit sector handling communications and marketing. She’s mom to three kids, Jack {June 2104}, Colin {September 2016}, and Abby {April 2019} and had every intention of being a working mom, but several months after their first was born her husband’s job led them to Calgary, Alberta Canada. After moving back to the area in September 2017, they gave up their previous inner loop status for suburban roots and are living in Spring. In her free time, Ann loves starting projects she never seems to finish, reading a good book and binge watching something other than Frozen or Dino Dan. Connect with her via Instagram {@annherlocher}.

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