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DFW Pumpkin Patches

 

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DFW PUMPKIN PATCHES

 

 

Autumn at the Arboretum - Bugtopia

September 18th-October 31st     

Dallas Arboretum – Dallas

*TI employee discounts available.

Click HERE for information about TI Free Days and email myConcierge@ti.com for discounts on additional tickets.

The 16th annual Autumn at the Arboretum, presented by Reliant, is upon us and we are excited to once again share 90,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash, hailing from THE pumpkin capital of Texas, Floydada, throughout the garden.
We are excited to share a NEW pumpkin village location just behind Jonsson Color Garden! Long-time visitors will likely remember our Lakeside Exhibit Area as the former home to Texas Pioneer Adventure. This year, the space is transformed into Bugtopia! Our signature display will come alive with larger-than-life insect topiaries, fascinatingly bugged-out pumpkin houses, and, of course, a maze for younger visitors. 

 

Pumpkin Nights

September 23rd – October 31st

Howell Farms – Arlington

10% off Tickets

Promo Code: CONCIERGE

Pumpkin Nights was founded in 2016 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds with a mission to showcase local artists and celebrate the most magical time of year without the gore and scares. Now, Pumpkin Nights runs through the month of October in many cities across the US.

At PUMPKIN NIGHTS, you will venture along a half-mile walking path, where you’ll discover the Forbidden City, a Pirate’s Cove, and more fantastical lands built using over 5,000 hand-carved real and artificial pumpkins. The celebration continues with entertainment and games in The Village, our festival area.

 

Dallas Farmers Market Pumpkin Patch

September 18th – October 31st

Dallas Farmers Market - Dallas

It’s finally fall with piles of pumpkins rolling in from Floydada, TX! With over 25 pumpkin varieties, you can take your pick of all the fall favorites. The patch is open every day inside The Shed. Get your local Texas pumpkins y’all!

 

Mainstay Farm Park Pumpkin Days

September 24th – October 31st

Mainstay Farms - Cleburne

Visit the Biggest Backyard in Texas to celebrate the Fall season this year! Enjoy over 40 attractions and delicious food and drinks that you won't believe came from a farm, including Wine Chillers, Mainstay Farm Wine, and freshly squeezed lemonade! Come stop by for a good time!

 

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm & Corn Maze

Opens October 1st

Hall’s Farm - Grapevine

Welcome to Hall’s Pumpkin Farm, where families from all over Tarrant County and beyond come to enjoy an old fashion fall celebration. Every October, our family celebrates the harvest by inviting folks to visit our farm. We’ve got pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, gourds, hay bales and corn stalks galore! Our amazing Corn Maze is always an adventure….are YOU up to the challenge? Located in historic Grapevine - nestled between Dallas and Ft. Worth, just west of DFW airport. So, ya’ll come on out and enjoy our family farm!

 

Team Family Farms Pumpkin Patch Festival

September 25th – November 7th

Team Family Farms - Aubrey 

Barrel Train rides for the kids, feed the Farm Animals including Texas Longhorns, pose for photos at all of our Awesome Rustic Photo Spots, Playgrounds with Slides and Swings, Human Hamster Wheels, the Half Pint Homestead play area,

Hay Maze, Giant Tube Slide, play some Games, practice your Cowboy and Cowgirl yell with Cowboy Tex, Pumpkins for purchase, and more...oh, did we mention you can just relax and enjoy the Outdoors...YEE HAW Y'ALL!!!

 

Blase Family Farm Pumpkin Patch

September 25th – October 31st

Blase Family Farm – Rockwall

On its 10th annual pumpkin season, visit this charming family farm for old-fashioned fun with a petting zoo, hayride, hay maze and—of course—an endless picturesque backdrop of pumpkins. Let the kids pet and feed a llama, sheep, donkey, mini horse and pigs. Be sure to walk to wooded trail to see the storyboards with Spookley the Square Pumpkin, the official spokes-pumpkin for PACER’s National Anti-Bullying Program.
There is no on-site restroom, except for portable toilets, so be sure to go beforehand. No outside food or drink; there is a concession stand open on weekends with drinks, chips, homemade fudge and popsicles, candy and hot dogs.