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2016 Houston Pumpkin Patch Round-Up

Houston Pumpkin Patch Round-Up | Houston Moms Blog

Fall is right around the corner with all things pumpkin … including patches! When the cooler weather hits, one of my favorite things to do each year is to visit a Houston pumpkin patch or two with the kids. From picture taking at St. Luke’s to a full day of family activities at Blessington Farms, there is no shortage of pumpkin patch fun, and today we’ve got you covered, whether you want to hit patches in your part of town or drive a bit and experience a new adventure. Be sure to check websites for details on pricing, times, and activities, and add a pumpkin patch visit to your fall calendar!

>> 2016 Houston Pumpkin Patch Round-Up <<

Central

Cornelius Nursery
{Near Galleria}
*Special Event* Fall Festival is on October 1st
Contact for all other days, times, & availability.

Memorial Drive United Methodist Church
{Memorial Area}
October 3rd – 31st
Monday – Saturday, 9am – 7pm // Sunday, 10:30am – 7pm

Nature Discovery Center
{Bellaire}
October 15th – 16th

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Pure Pumpkin Patch
{River Oaks} 
October 9th – 31st…or until pumpkins run out!
Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm // Sunday, 9am – 6pm

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
{Bellaire}
October 16th – 31st…or when all of the pumpkins are sold!

Zoo Boo Fiesta Mart Pumpkin Patch
{Med Center}
Begins October 14th

North / Northwest

7 Acre Wood
{Conroe}
*Special Event* 16th Annual Thrill At The Mill is on October 29th
Contact for all other days, times, & availability.

Bear Creek United Methodist
{Northwest}
Contact for updated days, times, & availability.

Cypress United Methodist Church
{Cypress}
Begins October 7th
Monday – Sunday, 10am – 7pm 

Halter Inc.
{Northwest}
Open weekends in October
Saturday, 9am – 5pm // Sunday, Noon – 5pm

Matt Family Orchard
{Tomball}
Available for private group events of 15 or more

Oil Ranch
{Hockley}
Open October 1st -31st {Closed October 15th}
Monday – Friday, 10am – 3pm // Saturday, 10am – 5pm // Sunday, Noon – 5pm 

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm
{Spring}
Open weekends in October
Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 7pm

P-6 Farms
{Montgomery}
Begins September 24th
Saturday, 10am – 8pm // Sunday, Noon – 5pm

Northeast

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
{Kingwood}
Begins October 10th
Saturday – Sunday, 9am – 7pm

Old Macdonald’s Farm
{Humble}
Saturday – Sunday, opens at 10am

West

Blessington Farms
{Simonton}
September 24th – October 30th
Friday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm

Church of the Holy Apostles
{Katy}
September 25th – November 1st
Sunday, 1pm – 8pm // Monday – Saturday, 10am – 8pm

Dewberry Farm
{Brookshire}
September 24th – November 13th
Saturday, 10am – sundown // Sunday, Noon – sundown
Speical Hours
 :: October 15th, 22nd, and 29th, 10am – 9pm

First Christian Church
{Katy}
Begins October 1st
Contact for updated days, times, & availability.

St. Peter’s United Methodist Church
{Katy}
*Special Event* Pick-a-dilly Craft Fair is on October 15th
Contact for all other days, times, & availability.

South / Southwest

Holy Cross Episcopal Church
{Sugarland}
Begins October 1st
Friday, Noon – dark // Saturdays, 9am – dark // Sundays, Noon – dark

Shepherd of the Heart United Methodist
{Pearland}
*Special Event* Pumpkin Chunkin Festival is on October 29th
Contact for all other days, times, & availability.

East / Southeast

Berryland Farms of Texas
{Anuhuac}
Open weekends in October
Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm

Clear Lake United Methodist
{Clear Lake}
October 5th – 31st
Monday – Friday, 9:30am – Noon // Saturday, 3pm – 8pm // Sunday, 9:30am – 8pm

Deer Park United Methodist Church
{Deer Park}
October 8th – 30th
Contact for updated days, times, & availability.

Froberg’s Farm
{Alvin}
September 24th – November 4th
Saturday – Sunday, 9am – 6pm
Call for weekday times & availability.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church
{Pearland}
Begins September 24th
Contact for updated days, times, & availability.

Plus, don’t miss these helpful fall posts too…

A Houston Mom’s Guide to September

20 Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin

Easy Pumpkin Patch Match Activity

Pumpkin Recipe Roundup

Learning From the Pumpkin Patch :: 3 Must Do Activities Before Carving

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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 patch listings, please include those in the comments as well!!

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6 Responses to 2016 Houston Pumpkin Patch Round-Up

  1. Melissa Dorney September 12, 2016 at 3:29 am #

    The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Church will also have our annual Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch on Sunday, October 16 from 9-3pm (just east of the church, at 7809 Shadyvilla Ln 77055). We will have face painting, wagon rides, a professional photographer, games, snow cones, carmel apples, octoberfest style food & drink- and many, many pumpkins! All are welcome!!

  2. Catherine | Fit Armadillo October 21, 2016 at 1:27 pm #

    Super helpful! Sharing this to help our local friends find a pumpkin for our pumpkin workout. On our blog if anyone wants a fun way to tone up before Halloween 😉

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