Houston Pumpkin Patch

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.

Remember, things are different this year, and everything is subject to change. Always check the websites and social media pages of these pumpkin patches before you head out just to make certain they are open and to keep abreast of any safety guidelines they might have in place.

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



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.

Please note that some churches that have hosted pumpkin patches in previous years may not do so this year due to the pandemic. Additionally, some churches have yet to decide if they’ll be doing a patch this year, so we’ll hopefully be adding to this list as the season goes on.

Check out these Houston pumpkin patches from our area churches. Note that some of these patches are open daily while others are only available as a thing to do on the weekend.



Lakewood United Methodist Church (NW Houston) — 11330 Louetta, Houston. The pumpkins arrive on October 7, and the patch will be open daily through October 31. Hours are 2 pm – 8 pm Monday through Friday and 10 am – 8 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Memorial Drive United Methodist Church (Houston) – 12955 Memorial Dr., Houston. The pumpkins will arrive on October 3, and the patch will be open daily Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 7 pm, Sunday 10:30 am – 7 pm.

St. Philip’s United Methodist Church (Houston) — 5501 Beechnut, Houston. The patch is open starting October 3. Prices range from $1 to $60. Hours are Sunday through Friday, 1 pm- 7 pm. Saturdays, 10 am- 7 pm.



St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Pearland) — 2535 E. Broadway, Pearland. One of the most popular pumpkin patches in the whole area with some great photo opportunities. Open daily from September 27 – October 3, Noon to 7 pm Mon-Thurs and 10 am to 8 pm Fri-Sun.

Katy First United Methodist Church (Katy) — 5601 Fifth Street, Katy. Open daily starting October 3rd. Check their Facebook page for hours as they haven’t been announced at the time of this article’s publication.

First Christian Church (Katy) — 22101 Morton Ranch Blvd., Katy. Open daily till dark every day in October.

Cypress United Methodist Church (Cypress)– 13403 Cypress N. Houston, Cypress. This popular patch will still have displays set up for families to take their pumpkin pictures, but due to health concerns, they will not be selling pumpkins and won’t have any additional activities they’ve had in years past like slides and trikes.

First United Methodist Church (Pasadena) — 1062 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena. Open October 4th-30th, 3-7 on weekdays and 12-7 on weekends.

Deer Park United Methodist Church (Deer Park) — 1300 E. 13th Street, Deer Park. The Pumpkin Patch will be open October 3rd through October 31st; Monday through Friday The Patch will be open 2-7 pm, Saturdays 9 am to 7 pm, and Sundays 11 am to 7 pm.

Heritage Baptist Church (Missouri City) — The patch will be open daily from October 3-31 and is totally free to enter. Hours are: Mon-Fri Noon to Dusk, Saturday 10 am to Dusk, and Sunday 1 pm to Dusk.

Asbury United Methodist Church (Pasadena) — 5354 Space Center Blvd. Pasadena, TX.  77505. Open September 27 through October 31 from 2 pm until dark.



A number of farms and other local attractions have pumpkin patches during the fall. Here are some of our favorites.


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 free with admission to Farm Funland, bring your favorite pole and bait.
Price: $20 per person — all activities except flower picking and animal feedings includes; Free: 24 months and younger free
Hours: Blessington Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival opens September 19th through November 21st. Saturdays & Sundays (Sunday’s in Sept and Oct only), 9 am- 4 pm,
Location: 510 Chisolm Trail, Simonton; (832) 444-8717

7 Acre Wood, Conroe
Things to do: Pumpkin patch all through the month of October with social distancing in place to keep visitors safe. Kids can also play on the playground, enjoy the petting zoo, play mini golf, and more.
Price: Packages vary
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, 100’ slide, culvert swings, net swings, hamster wheel races, bouncy balls, and more. Some activities are an additional fee.
Price: General admission — $7 per person, kids 2 and under free, 60 & older seniors are $5
Hours: See days/hours here
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, opening this year starting September 26th. Advanced reservations are required to visit this year. Reservations will open up 10 days prior to each Fall Festival Weekend, beginning on September 16.
Price: Multiple packages available. Check here for pricing options and to reserve your tickets.
Hours: Open weekends starting September 26th through November 15th.
Location: FM 362 & Morrison Road, Hockley; (281) 934-3276

Froberg’s Farm, Alvin
Things to do:
Fall festival starts on October 3rd. Typically, the event includes a corn maze and fun activities for the kids. Weekend activities in prior years have included plastic duck races, bean bag toss, planting booth, pony hops, face painting, basketball hoops, flower picking, hayride and indoor pumpkin patch. 
Check site for prices
Hours: Hours vary
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. Dates this year include October 17-18, 24-25, and 31.
Price: $5 per child (2-16). Adults are free. Parking $5 per car. Activities and pumpkins additional fee.
Hours:  Sat-Sun: 12pm-5pm
Location: 17410 Clay Road, Houston

The Jersey BarnyardLa Grange
Things to do: The pumpkin patch is open now through October! Free pumpkin painting with purchase of a pumpkin on Saturdays from 10 am to Noon. The farm store stocks free-range chicken eggs, cheese, and local artisan products. The website asks visitors to “Please respect social distancing. We do welcome your family to visit our farm,  but we ask that only one family member/Adult in our farm store.”
Price: 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: Check website for latest hours
Location: 3117 St. Hwy 159, La Grange

Oil Ranch, Hockley
Things to do: The patch is set to return in October with 50 acres of fun! Scarecrow Festival and Pumpkin Patch.  The ranch has over 85 scarecrows, all uniquely stuffed and dressed so that even annual favorites like the pirate and train engineer are new and exciting every year. There are also hayrides, a hay-bale maze, and other fun activities. Open seven days a week in October.
Price: $15.95 age 3 and up weekdays, $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. All paid children’s admissions get a free pumpkin from the patch. Pumpkin patch open from September 26 through November 1.
Price: $14 each + tax (get 20% off Mon-Fri by mentioning their Facebook ad), babies under 18 months free.
Hours: Open from 10-5 weekdays and 10-6 on weekends!
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. Patch is open starting October 2, 2020.
Price: $7 admission (ages 2 and up). Tickets for activities are extra.
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 and the patch is open through November 8. Admission includes entrance into the farm and access to the following: U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, U-Pick Flower Patch, corn maze, pig races, photo-ops, kiddie whip, rock’n willys, farm animals, cow train, wheelbarrow races, tire mountain, apple blasters, the cyclone, hayride, ol’ tin wheel, jumping pillow, hay maze, roller slide, tetherball, poole’s peak, duck races, tug ‘o war, pumpkin house, and glass funhouse!
Price: $17.95 online (age 3 and up); age 2 and under free. Some attractions require additional purchase.
Hours: Sept. 26 – Nov. 8 Saturdays & Sundays; Fridays on Oct. 16, 23, & 30 10am-6pm Location: 9963 Poole’s Road, Montgomery; (936) 597-6062


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