Houston Area Guide to Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals

We are thankful to our friends at UTMB Health for helping us get in the spirit of all things fall this year in Houston!

It’s fall y’all and we know that means dry leaves, pumpkin spice and everything nice that comes with a hopefully less humid Houston.

Whether you plan to spend the season picking pumpkins or soaking up family fun at one of the many fall festivals in the area, be sure to take some time out to prioritize your health because it’s not just spooky season, it’s also time for Breast Cancer Awareness! While we mamas should be staying on top of our health year-round (we know, we know another thing to do), Breast Cancer Awareness month – which is observed every October – is a great time to check in with your doctor to see if you’re up to date on all of your screenings and appointments.

The experts at UTMB Health know that women’s health is about more than just a once-a-year pap smear or mammogram, it’s the whole package, including physical, mental and emotional well-being and the numerous providers they have in their locations across Southeast Houston, Galveston and the Bay Area keep that top of mind, always. Learn more about all UTMB Health can do to address your unique care needs as women at www.utmbhealth.com/womens.

Be sure to check websites for details on pricing, times, and activities, and add a pumpkin patch visit {or two} to your fall calendar!

See the perfect patch missing from our list? Leave it in the comments so we can enjoy with you!

>> 2022 Houston Area Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals<<

Central Houston

City of Bellaire – The Great Pumpkin Hunt: Thursday, October 27, 4-5:30PM

Houston Arboretum Annual ArBOOretum Family Fall Festival: October 15, 10 AM-4PM

Memorial Drive Methodist Church {Memorial Area} Pumpkin Fest Sunday: October 23, 5-7PM

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 15 & 16, 11AM-4PM

Discovery Green {Downtown} Dia de los Muertos: October 30; 3-7PM

Children’s Museum Houston {Museum District} Halloween Monster Mayhem: October 11th-29th; 10AM-6PM

North / Northwest

Halter Inc. Pumpkin Patch {Northwest Houston} Open Saturday, October 8, 15, 22, 29; Noon-5PM // Sunday, October 6, 16, 23, 30; Noon – 5PM

7 Acre Wood {Conroe} Monday-Saturday; 9AM-5PM //
Sundays; Noon-5PM

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

P-6 Farms Fall Festival and Corn Maze {Montgomery} October 1st – November 6th; Saturday & Sunday 10AM-7PM

Oil Ranch {Hockley} Opening October 1st; Fridays 10AM-3PM // Saturdays 10AM-5PM // Sundays Noon-5PM

TGR Exotics Pumpkin Patch {Spring} Opening in October; days and hours vary

Northeast

Old Macdonald’s Farm {Humble} Open daily; 10AM-6PM
*Be sure to check Facebook page regarding inclement weather closures.

West/ Southwest

Blessington Farms Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch {Simonton} September 17th- November 20th; Saturday and Sunday 9AM – 4PM (Sundays only in September and October) // Tuesday- Thursday {Field Trips of 70+} 9AM-2PM
(Field Trips thru Nov. 20th)

Dewberry Farm {Brookshire} September 24th – November 13th

First Christian Church {Katy} Open Daily from September 26- October; Check Facebook and contact for updated days, times, & availability.

St. Peter’s UMC {Katy} Opening in October!

Faith United Methodist Church Harvest Festival {Richmond}, October 23; 10AM-3PM

First Colony Bible Church Trunk or Treat Fall Festival {Sugar Land}, October 29, 4-7PM

East / Southeast

Froberg’s Farm Fall Festivals and Corn Maze {Alvin} Every weekend September 2-November 6, Nighttime family maze on select Fridays/Saturdays in October, 6:30-10PM

St. Andrews Episcopal Church {Pearland} Opening September 25 // Monday-Thursday; Noon – 8PM // Friday-Sunday 10AM-8PM

Space Center Houston {Clear Lake City} Galaxy Frights: October 22-23 // October 29-30; 10AM-6PM

Lone Star Flight Museum {South Houston} Halloween in the Hanger: Check site for details!

Happy Fall, y’all!


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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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Ashley KB was born in Long Beach, CA, but spent most of her childhood in Denver, CO. She was very athletic growing up, and she loved running track and playing volleyball. Ashley ventured to Oklahoma where she attended Langston University and transferred to the University of Central Oklahoma. Ashley graduated with an English degree from the UCO in 2011. Ashley was married to A.J. for six years... but it just didn't work out. And that's OK! They have three wild, precious, hilarious sons, Oliver {October 2012}, Maverick {August 2015} and Reeve {August 2017} who make life so incredibly meaningful. She also has a snuggly fur baby, Luna. In her free time, she can be found binge watching The Office {for the millionth time}, listening to inappropriate podcasts, or oversharing on Instagram @theofficialbossmama and her personal blog.

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