9 Pumpkin Patches and Farms to Visit This Fall

 

October 2019

Fall is finally here in Dallas! Whether you’re a basic white girl or not, you’re probably glad to have some relief from the heat! And, fall doesn’t just mean cooler temps: it means changing leaves, pumpkin spice everything, family photos, corn mazes, and pumpkins. Here is a list of the best places to grab a pumpkin (or a picture!) this fall.


Dallas Arboretum

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Dallas ARBORETUM

Autumn at the Arboretum is one of Dallas’s favorite fall traditions; this is its 14th year! Whether you need family photos, or just some good shots for the ‘gram, this display of over 90,000 pumpkins is your spot! This year’s theme is “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.” In addition to the pumpkin houses and other creative displays, you can catch topiaries of Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Pig Pen, and more! And, don’t miss the hay bale maze. Autumn at the Arboretum is open through October 31st.

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hall’s pumpkin Farm

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Hall's Pumpkin Farm

Located in Grapevine, the Hall family opens up their family farm every fall for people to come enjoy pumpkins, corn mazes, hayrides, and more! The Hall family farm has been around since 1929, and is still family-run. You may even see their cows grazing during your visit! While you’re there, grab some hot apple cider and Pop’s Kettle Corn, but be aware that the farm is cash only.

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Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch

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Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch

The FloMo Pumpkin Patch is open every day in the month of October from 9 AM to 7 PM. They carry a variety of different gourds, including Jack-o-Lantern pumpkins, Cinderella pumpkins, Winter Crookneck, Blue Hokkaido, and Butternut Squash. In addition to the typical pumpkin-picking and hayrides, they also have a playground and bounce houses! Admission is free, but bring cash for parking and pumpkin shopping.

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pumpkin nights

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pumpkin nights

Founded at the Minnesota State Fair in 2016, Pumpkin Nights is now in five cities across the US, and we’re lucky enough to have it right here in Arlington! This display is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Pumpkin Central (the vendor/festival area) is surrounded by seven different types of pumpkin displays that use a combined 3,000 real and artificial pumpkins! They’re only in town until November 3rd, so get your tickets now!

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blase family farm

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blase family farm

The Blase Family Farm is a pumpkin patch and pick-your-own-blueberry farm located in Rockwall. At this point in the season, the blueberries are gone...but that means it’s pumpkin time! Grab your friends and family and head to Blase to pick some pumpkins, take a hayride, and visit some furry friends in their petting zoo! They’re open through October 31st, and it costs $8.00 to get into the farm.

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lost oak winery

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lost oak winery

Leave your kids at home for this one -- Lost Oak Winery has a pumpkin patch! They’re open Wednesdays through Sundays from noon to 8 PM. Grab a taste, a glass, or a bottle of wine to enjoy while you explore the pumpkin patch! Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels; the purchase of a single $10 pumpkin provides a meal for a senior in the community. Visit their website for more information on the winery!

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NorthPark Center

NorthPark Center

Ok...so NorthPark Center isn’t really a pumpkin patch. But if you’re just looking for a great photo backdrop, they have you covered! Stop by the CenterPark Courtyard to explore their 1.4-acre display of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, and to get some great pictures. Take a break from early holiday shopping and check out the display from now until October 31st!

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Ruibals/Dallas Farmer’s Market

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Ruibal’s/Dallas Farmer’s Market

This one is a two-in-one! One of our favorite spots to pumpkin hunt is the Dallas Farmers Market. Located inside The Shed are over 25 different varieties of pumpkins. Head over any day from 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM for your pumpkin fix! You have until October 31st to check it out. Be sure to grab some other goodies from local farms and vendors while you’re there!

When you’re finished at the market, head right outside the to our local nursery, Ruibal’s, to find even more varieties of pumpkins, from tiny to huge, along with a beautiful and fun display/photo opp!

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gentle zoo

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gentle zoo

Nobody knows where Forney is...until now! The pumpkin patch at The Gentle Zoo is one of the best in DFW! General Admission is $6.00 and includes the train ride, giant maze, petting zoo, animal room, gift shop, and ball pit. Pumpkin prices range from $1.00 to $40.00 depending on the size and type. Be sure to check out their website for more info on events, hours, and party packages!

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