Houston has plenty of options to capture a cute photo in the pumpkin patch or buy your favorite pumpkin! Check out this list of venues in the Greater Houston-area offering pumpkin patches, corn mazes, farm animals and lots of fun. The list is divided by Church Pumpkin Patches and Outdoor Farm Fun.

Read on to find the best Houston pumpkin patches to visit this fall.

 

TOP PICK

Blessington Farms, Simonton
Things to do: Pumpkin Patch, Fall Harvest Festival, and Farm Funland include hay rides, giant slides, hay maze, barrel train ride, pedal cars, sand mountain, nature play area, steer roping, and animal encounters (including chickens, miniature goats, camels, mini-donkeys). New activities are rope maze, fossil dig, and walk-through aviary to feed the birds. Bird and camel feeding is $3. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy the day under the shaded picnic areas! Fishing also is available for $6 per person with admission.
Price$20 w/tax — all activities included; Free: 18 months and younger free
Hours: Blessington Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival opens September 22nd through November 10th. Saturdays & Sundays, 10 am- 5 pm,
Location: 510 Chisolm Trail, Simonton; (832) 444-8717

 

CHURCH PUMPKIN PATCHES IN HOUSTON

Houston-area churches are a great source of pumpkins and pumpkin patch photo opps. Pumpkin sales generally benefit an important mission or group in the church. Many churches source their pumpkins from Navajo Indians in New Mexico, which provide critical employment and stability for their families. Check out these Houston pumpkin patches from our area churches.

HOUSTON

Grace United Methodist Church (Houston Heights) — 1245 Heights Blvd, Houston. Open daily 9 am – 6pm, October 15th through Halloween.

Lakewood United Methodist Church (NW Houston) — 11330 Louetta, Houston. Fall Festival is Sunday, October 14 from 4-6 and the Trunk-Or-Treat from 4-5 pm. The Pumpkin Patch is open daily through October 31st from 10 am- 8 pm.

Memorial Drive United Methodist Church (Houston) – 12955 Memorial Dr., Houston. Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 7 pm, Sunday 10:30 am – 7 pm.

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church (Houston) — 3471 Westheimer, Houston. Open Daily from 10 am to 6 pm, October 6th through 31st.

St. Mark’s United Methodist Church (Houston) — 600 Pecore, Houston. Pumpkins arrive October 14! Open daily, 9 am – 6 pm.

St. Philip’s United Methodist Church (Houston) — 5501 Beechnut, Houston. Sunday through Friday, 1 pm- 7 pm. Saturdays, 10 am- 7 pm.

 

GREATER HOUSTON

Katy First United Methodist Church (Katy) — 5601 Fifth Street, Katy. Open daily starting October 8th.  Sunday – Friday 12 noon – 6 pm, Saturday 10 am – 6 pm. Family Night in the Pumpkin Patch: October 27, 5- 7 pm.

First Christian Church (Katy) — 22101 Morton Ranch Blvd., Katy. Open daily 12 noon till dark.

St. Peter’s United Methodist Church (Katy) — 20775 Kingsland Drive, Katy. Starting October 8- 31st, or until supplies run out! Open Monday – Sunday, 9 am to 7 pm.

Cypress Crossings Christian Church (Cypress) — 15751 Cypress Rosehill. Open starting Mid- October, Monday – Friday noon – 8 pm and 8 am – 8 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Cypress United Methodist Church (Cypress)– 13403 Cypress N. Houston, Cypress. Open daily stating October 5, from 10 am – 7 pm. Movie night in the patch: October 26, 7 pm. The final day is November 1st.

Faith United Methodist Church (Spring) — 2403 Rayford Sawdust, Spring. Open Monday through Friday, October 1- 12 from noon to dark. Saturdays and Sundays are 9:30 am- dark. October 13- 31, open 9:30 am- dark.

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church (Kingwood) — 2929 Woodland Hills Dr., Kingwood. Patch opens Monday, October 15. Open daily 9 am – 7 pm through October 31.

Holy Cross Episcopal Church (Sugar Land) — 5653 W. Riverpark Dr., Sugar Land. Opens October 12, Friday 12 noon – dark, Saturday 9 am – dark, Sunday 12 noon – dark through end of October.

First United Methodist Church (Pasadena) — 1062 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena. Open October 7th through 31st, times vary.

Shepherd of the Heart United Methodist Church (Pearland) — 12005 CR 59, Pearland. Open daily starting October 1- 31st, 10 am – 6 pm Monday through Saturday, noon – 6 pm Sunday.

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Pearland) — 2535 E. Broadway, Pearland. Open daily 10 am – 8 pm.

Clear Lake United Methodist Church (Clear Lake) – 16335 El Camino Real. Starting September 22nd, open daily 10 am – 8 pm.

Deer Park United Methodist Church (Deer Park) — 1300 E. 13th Street, Deer Park. Open Sunday – Thursday noon – 7 pm, Friday – Saturday 9 am – 7 pm. Movie in the Patch- October 28, 7 pm.

Grace Episcopal Church (Alvin) — 200 W. Lang St., Alvin. Opens October 14 at 10 am! Open Monday – Friday 3 pm – dusk and Saturday – Sunday 10 am – dusk.

 

 

OUTDOOR FARM PUMPKIN PATCHES

Blessington Farms, Simonton
Things to do: Pumpkin Patch, Fall Harvest Festival, and Farm Funland include hay rides, giant slides, hay maze, barrel train ride, pedal cars, sand mountain, nature play area, steer roping, and animal encounters (including chickens, miniature goats, camels, mini-donkeys). New activities are rope maze, fossil dig and walk-through aviary to feed the birds. Bird and camel feeding is $3. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy the day under the shaded picnic areas! Fishing also is available for $6 per person with admission.
Price$20 w/tax — all activities included; Free: 18 months and younger free
Hours: Blessington Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival opens September 22nd through November 10th. Saturdays & Sundays, 10 am- 5 pm,
Location: 510 Chisolm Trail, Simonton; (832) 444-8717

7 Acre Wood, Conroe
Things to do: Pumpkin patch through October 31! Also petting zoo, play fort, rope slide, mini golf, Western play town, gigantic sandbox, horseshoes and more. Extra fee for pony rides, barrel car train rides, paintball, and hay rides.
Price: $6 (18 months and younger free), $5 seniors age 65+ and military, $5 special needs child (including one adult chaperone).
Hours: Monday–Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5
Location: 4401 N. Frazier, Conroe; (936) 890-2326

Berryland Farms of TexasAnahuac
Things to do: Hay rides, corn maze, 100’ slide, culvert swings, net swings, candy corn hill, pumpkin bowling, hamster wheel races, sea sawgs, and more. Some activities are an additional fee.
Price: $10 (18 months and younger free), 3 and under: Free, Senior Citizens, $5 each, Active Military: $1 off!
Hours: Monday–Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5
Location: 4401 N. Frazier, Conroe; (936) 890-2326

Dewberry FarmBrookshire
Things to do: Dewberry Farm has attractions, activities, food and fun with 8 acres of corn maze and acres of pumpkins to pick. It’s a South Texas family tradition to visit Dewberry Farm each fall.
Price$29.95 + tax (ages 3-54), $15 + tax (seniors age 55+), $26.95 + tax (military) — includes regular adult or child wristband. New pricing for adults includes farm admission, all main attractions, visit to Pumpkin Hollar, DewVille Express Train ride, a choice of Flower Picking or Apple Cannons, plus 4 activity stars to choose from Extra Attractions. Children’s pricing includes Includes farm admission, all Main Attractions, all-day fun on Jumping Pillows and Sliiide Mountain, a visit to Pumpkin Hollar, plus 4 activity stars to choose from Extra Attractions.
Hours: Open weekends ONLY through November 11. Saturday 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday 11 am – 6 pm. Open till 9 pm October 13, 20, and 27 until 9 pm for fireworks.
Location: FM 362 & Morrison Road, Hockley; (281) 934-3276

Froberg’s Farm, Alvin
Things to do:
 Corn maze and fun activities for the kids through November 4. For a different perspective, check out the night maze and lighted hay ride on Friday and Saturday nights in October! Weekend activities include plastic duck races, bean bag toss, planting booth, pony hops, face painting, basketball hoops, flower picking, hayride and indoor pumpkin patch. New this year is corn cannon, friendly fire and bee coaster.
Price: $6 
(ages 3 and up), 2 and under free. Wristbands include corn maze onlyExtra fee for additional activities.
Hours: 9 am – 5 pm seven days a week for the corn maze only; Friday &  Saturday evenings in October, they open again from 6- 9:30 pm for special activities. Saturday & Sunday, all activities are open from 9 am to 5 pm.  
Location:  
3601 West Hwy 6, Alvin

Halter Inc., Houston
Things to do: Lots of fun activities at this annual fundraiser for Halter Inc., which works with special needs kids through miniature horse therapy — pony rides, trackless train, haunted trail, pumpkin patch and more.
Price$5 per child (2-16). Adults are free. Parking $5 per car. Activities and pumpkins additional fee.
Hours: 9 am – 5 pm Saturdays, noon – 5 pm Sundays in October
Location: 17410 Clay Road, Houston

The Jersey BarnyardLa Grange
Things to do: The pumpkin patch is open now! Free pumpkin painting with purchase of a pumpkin. The guided educational tour includes feeding/petting barnyard animals, taking a tractor-drawn hayride to the dairy, and seeing a working Jersey dairy. The Jersey calves love attention! You even get a chance to milk a cow! The farm store stocks free-range chicken eggs, cheese, and local artisan products.
Price: Guided tour: $10 adults, $8 (kids 2-12) includes a hay ride; Self-guided tour: $5 available during store hours 10 am – 6 pm weekdays and 9 am – 6 pm Saturday and 1 pm – 6 pm Sunday
Hours: Guided tours: Monday – Saturday 10:30 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, 4 pm and Sunday 2 pm, 4 pm
Location: 3117 St. Hwy 159, La Grange

Oil Ranch, Hockley
Things to do: 50 acres of fun! Scarecrow Festival and Pumpkin Patch. Admission includes all activities: Kid Hopper a 2800 sq. ft. jumping pillow, human hamster races, Charlotte’s Web (a giant web to climb on), hay ride, train ride, pony ride, dairy farm, stockyard maze, animal farm, petting zoo, Indian Village. Free pumpkin for every child with paid admission. Open seven days a week in October. Closed October 20th for a private event.
Price$15.95 age 3 and up week days, $19.95 weekends
Hours: Open daily in October. 9:30 am – 2:30 pm (M-F) and 10 am – 5 pm Saturday, noon – 5 pm Sunday.
Location: 23501 Macedonia Road, Hockley; (281) 859-1616

Old MacDonald’s FarmHumble
Things to do: 15 acres of fun with all activities included in admission: 12 petting zoo barns, train rides, playground, pumpkin patch, hay barn, sand mountain, pony rides, Indian Village.
Price$12 each + tax, babies under 18 months free.
Hours: Open 10 am daily through November. Closing time varies by season.
Location: 3203 FM 1960 East, Humble; (281) 446-4001

Old Time Christmas Tree FarmSpring
Things to do: Take photos in the pumpkin patch and pick your perfect pumpkin for purchase. Activities include train ride, hay ride, giant slide, obstacle course, bounce house, petting zoo, inflatable corn maze, jump pad — for an additional fee.
Price$5 admission (ages 2 and up). Tickets for activities run $3 each or 10 tickets for $27.
Hours: Open 4 pm –  7 pm Fridays, 10 am – 7 pm Saturdays and Sundays in October.
Location: 7632 Spring Cypress Rd, Spring; (281) 370-9141

P-6 Farms, Montgomery
Things to do: Pumpkin patch, corn maze, tractor-led hay ride, in-ground trampoline, pig races, cow train ride, playground and more. Pumpkins available for purchase about $4 – $7 each depending on size. Don’t miss Field of Screams October 13, 14, 21, and 28, which opens at dark.
Price: $13.95 online, $16.95 at gate (age 3 and up) age 2 and under free. Field of Screams is $11 upgrade at the gate or purchased online for a discount. Apple blasters, Friendly Fire, and food and shopping are an additional price.
Hours: Open weekends, October 6- November 10. In October, Saturdays are from 10 am to 10 pm, Sundays from 12 noon to 6 pm. In November, Saturdays are 10 am to 7 pm.
Location: 9963 Poole’s Road, Montgomery; (936) 597-6062