Visiting a pumpkin patch is a fall tradition. It’s not just about finding the best pumpkin to carve, but about creating memories. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is home to several great pumpkin patches to choose from. Which one will your American Legend family visit?
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm | Grapevine
Visit a working farm and pick your pumpkins off the vine, or select a pre-picked one from one of the vignettes around the farm. Or, hop on a tractor-pulled hayride on the weekends and test your wits in a two-acre corn maze. Kids will love visiting the farm animals.
Pumpkin Patch in The Shed at the Dallas Farmers Market | Dallas
Combine your grocery shopping and fall photo ops at the Dallas Farmers Market’s patch. Pumpkins and gourds of all shapes, sizes and colors will be available for purchase. Don’t leave without getting a festive balloon from the on-site balloon artist.
Storybook Ranch Pumpkin Patch | McKinney
At the Storybook Ranch Pumpkin Patch, kids can ride ponies, navigate a hay maze, jump in bounce houses, meet furry friends at a petting zoo and tour a historic western town by wagon all with a scenic autumn backdrop.
The Art of the Pumpkin at Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden | Dallas
The Art of the Pumpkin, during this year’s fall festival at the Dallas Arboretum, os one of the nation’s highest rated pumpkin patches, featuring 150,000 fall blooming plants.The one-acre Pumpkin Village, containing more than 90,000 pumpkins, squash and gourds, will have your kids exploring during your entire visit. The festival includes Mommy and Me Mondays, Tiny Tot Tuesdays, a hay bale maze, a pumpkin patch with pumpkins for purchase, music and more!
With social distancing and limited indoor gatherings, a pumpkin patch is a great place to get out of the house, explore and make memories your family will remember for years. Happy fall!