Top 10 Pumpkin Patches in Texas, Go Big or Gourd Home!
Pumpkin patches are a downright tradition for many families. Sure, we could head over to a grocery store and pick out a pumpkin from a crate, but hand-choosing a fresh pumpkin from the very place it was grown is unmatched.
Texas has plenty of pumpkin patches, so many that sometimes it's overwhelming. However, we have gathered the Top 10 pumpkin patches in Texas that deserve a day trip. Just be sure to pack a camera and have your phone completely charged up because you will need to snap a few photos.
Don't expect to just sit on some hay and call it a day. No, these pumpkin patches made the list for a unique reason. Let me fill you in, in case you didn't know, pumpkin houses are TRENDING, and for good reason, they're H E L L A cute!
Check out our Top 10 pumpkin patches that deserve a visit this Fall.
J Welch Farms
Located right on the outskirts of Victoria, J Welch Farms is ready to bring you some Fall-time fun. Pumpkin patches, corn mazes, cow trains, and so much more!
Sweet Berry Farm, Marble Falls
Marble Falls, TX
Aside from the abundance of mazes to attempt, Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls has something many of the other pumpkin patches don't have, a massive flower field that is bursting with color. Even in the Spring time they have
Sweet Eats Fruit Farm
After you are done exploring through their gigantic 4.5-acre safari-themed corn maze, you can skip on over to their 2-acre pumpkin patch. You will definitely want to make sure your phone is charged and ready for pictures because there are jaw-dropping photo ops around every corner.
The Robinson Family Farm
Sure the pumpkin patches are awesome at this place, but look at those tasty treats!
Graff 7A Ranch
This pumpkin patch destination is much more than a place for pics. You definitely have to try out their exciting enclosed slide and trampoline.
Barton Hill Farms
Llama tell you something about this place: it's packed full of fun! Check out their animals and get 'Mazed and Confused.'
Indian Springs Ranch
Travis County, TX
The pumpkin setups are single-handedly the main reason to [pop up to this pumpkin patch. Oh yeah, and you might see a zebra or two while you're wandering around.
Remember, we told ya pumpkin houses are totally IN! This place is busy, it's recommended to buy your tickets in advance since they have a history of selling out early.
Montgomery County, TX
This place is worth a mini-day trip. The crew that put together this farm gave it their all. They have multiple pumpkin houses and the entrance is beautiful. Grab your camera and get ready for a fabulous time.
The Float In
New Braunfels, TX
We absolutely saved the best for last. Get ready for an entire fall experience at what may be the best pumpkin patch in Texas. This is surrounded by water, pumpkin, and photo ops.