The Best Pumpkin Patches in Dallas-Fort Worth!

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Fall is in the air, which means it’s time to start planning your annual pumpkin patch excursion. Whether you’re looking for something close by or are willing to travel a bit farther, there are plenty of great options for picking your perfect pumpkin and some family-friendly activities. To help you out with this task, we’ve put together every pumpkin patch our family loves in DFW, and we visit year after year! Here is the best pumpkin patches in Dallas and Fort Worth area!

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Mainstays Farm- Cleburne, Texas

Mainstay Farms is a tradition for my family. Every year, we head south to Cleburne, Texas, for the day to “Texas’ biggest backyard.” Mainstay Farm is one of the best pumpkin patches in the Fort Worth area, and the fun doesn’t stop at pumpkin picking.

Mainstay Farm is one of the best pumpkin patches in DFW. You can spend the entire day on this farm. Its an excellent farm for Christmas tree farms in Fort Worth!

There are over 20+ family-friendly activities, all included in your ticket price-trains, a jumbo jumper bubble, a giant seesaw, tubing, swings, hayrides, a sand dig, pig races, petting zoos, and a new Ferris wheel! Mainstay Farm also has many great fall photo opportunities for you and your family.

Admissions: $16.95 per person online; $28.95 at the gate

Dates for Fall Season: September 24 – October 31

Hours: Fridays: 5pm – 9pm | Saturdays: 10am – 9pm | Sundays: 11am – 6pm

Address: 1004 W Bethesda Rd, Cleburne, TX 76031

Pumpkin Patch Fort Worth-Mainstays Farm, the giant jumping bubble!

Team Family Farm- Aubrey, Texas

Team Family Farms is a family-owned farm and pumpkin patch north of Dallas and Fort Worth in the beautiful country of Aubrey, Texas. (Don’t forget this area in the spring for Texas tulips)! This fun farm checks all the boxes on your fall bucket list. Take a tiny Texas road trip to Aubrey for some great family fun and visit the “rustic wonderland in the country.”

Cowboy Tex was so friendly to our family. He and his wife own Team Family Farms in Aubrey and they are wonderful. Its a great pumpkin patch in Fort Worth, just outside Dallas and Fort Worth, north.
Photo courtesy of Cowboy Tex!

Activities of the Team Family Farms are: barrel train rides for the kids, feed the farm animals, including Texas longhorns, pose for fall photos at the rustic photo spots around the farm. Moreover, playgrounds with slides and swings, human hamster wheels, the half-pint homestead play area, a hay maze, giant tube slide, practice your cowboy and cowgirl yell with Cowboy Tex (the nicest guy you will ever meet!)

Admission: Monday thru Friday $10 admission ages 2 and up | Saturday & Sunday $15 admission ages 2 and up

Dates: September 25-November 7th

​Hours 10 am – 7 pm

Address: 1042 W Sherman Dr, Aubrey, TX 76227

Hall’s Pumpkin Patch-Grapevine, Texas

Hall’s Pumpkin Patch-Grapevine, Texas: Family-owned and operated, Hall’s Pumpkin Patch is a great option for pumpkin picking. Activities include Hall’s famous corn maze. The corn stalks are 9ft tall and over 2 acres of twisting and turning. It is a challenge for all ages, and the corn maze changes every year.

This Fort Worth Pumpkin Patch is located in Grapevine Texas right between Dallas and Fort Worth. Its a classic pumpkin patch with so many activities for kids.

Moreover, Hall’s Pumpkin Patch’s other activities include hayrides, farm tours, petting zoos, and more!

Admission: Adults and Kids 12 and over $15 | Kids ages 4-11 $10 | 3 and under Free |Senior Citizens & Veterans, Free

Dates: Opens October 1.

Hours: Closed Monday and Tuesday | Wednesday and Thursday 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm |Friday: 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm |Saturday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm | Sunday1:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Address: 3420 Hall Johnson Road Grapevine, Texas 76051; Located on Highway 26 just west of the city limits of Grapevine in Northwest Tarrant County between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport & Alliance Airport.

Yesterland Farm-Canton, Texas

Visiting Yesterland Farms in Canton, Texas, is a great way to spend the day with family. This pumpkin patch is located just outside Dallas; this popular attraction has been open since 1985 and offers many different activities for visitors.

This pumpkin patch north of Dallas has loads of fall activities for your family.

You can take hayrides through the pumpkin patch, ride a rollercoaster, visit one of their petting zoos to feed animals like llamas, goats, miniature horses. Check out Yesterland’s Spooktacular that goes through November 7th, too, for a spooky Halloween good time.

Other activities include:

Farm Attractions:  Corn mazes, wagon train rides, pig races, animal barn, Yesterland Village, playgrounds, amusement park rides, and a billion fall Instagram photo-ops

New Attractions: Texasaurus roller coaster, mechanical pony cart rides, granny bug

Admissions: Online sale: $16.95 | Gate: $27.95

Dates: Sepember 17-November 7

Hours: September: Saturdays & Sundays: 10am – 7pm | October: Fridays & Saturdays: 10am – 10pm, Sundays: 10am – 7pm | November: Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 7pm

Spooktacular Nights: Fridays & Saturdays in October; Dark – 10pm

Address: 15410 Interstate 20 Canton, TX 75103

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch-Flower Mound, Texas

This pumpkin patch in Flower Mound, Texas, is beautifully situated on a ranch. This pumpkin patch has been a local favorite for years. Every year the pumpkins perfectly line the rolling green grasses.

There are so many activities for the kids from a playground equipped with wooden playhouses and trains. Fun hay bale mazes with slides, a pumpkin house, and wooden cartoon characters are all around the farm for family photo opportunities.

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch information for 2022 will be available soon 🙂

Conclusion-Best Pumpkin Patches in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas!

We hope you enjoy our family’s list of the best pumpkin patches in Dallas and Fort Worth! It’s important to make memories with your family, so get out there and find a great spot for all your fall festivities. If we missed any that are especially worth mentioning, please let us know below or email us at [email protected]! Happy fall, everyone!


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