Round up your friends, significant others, kiddos (human or fur baby), and anyone else that you can fit in the car: it’s pumpkin patch time in Houston! With photo opportunities around every corner and plenty of charity giving, head on over to one (or all!) of our favorite pumpkin patches below.

Photo Courtesy of the Old Time Christmas Tree Farm

Old MacDonald’s Pumpkin Patch – Humble
3203 FM 1960 East, Humble
We’re big fans of Old MacDonald’s Farm here on the Houston blog! In addition to all the regular activities you can enjoy year-round at the farm – train rides, petting zoos, and playgrounds – each October brings a new feature of the farm’s pumpkin patch! Grab your camera and make your way out to Humble. Added bonus? Each children’s admission ticket during October includes a free pumpkin! The Pumpkin Patch is open Oct. 1 – Oct. 31 Admission is $12 plus tax per person and includes all activities offered at the farm. Children 18 months and under are free.

Holy Cross Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch – Sugar Land
5653 W. Riverpark Drive, Sugar Land
Get ready to visit “the biggest pumpkin patch in Fort Bend County” because starting Oct. 11 the Holy Cross Episcopal Church’s annual pumpkin patch is back! The pumpkin patch will be open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until Oct. 27. Fridays are for pumpkin picking only, but Saturdays and Sundays at the patch also include live entertainment, a photo booth, a smorgasbord of food, and plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages. The pumpkin patch is open Oct. 11-27. Admission to the patch is FREE. Pumpkin prices vary.

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm Pumpkin Patch – Spring
7632 Spring Cypress Road, Spring
If you thought the Old Time Christmas Tree Farm was just for picking the perfect Christmas tree, think again! Weekends in October transform the Farm into a Pumpkin Patch ripe for the picking along with hayrides, train rides, petting zoo, bounce house, inflatable corn maze and more. The pumpkin patch is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month of October. Entry is $7 for ages 2 and up. Tickets for attractions and pumpkins are extra. 

Pure Sound Pumpkin Patch – River Oaks
3471 Westheimer Road, Houston
St. Luke’s United Methodist Church’s ‘Pure Pumpkin Patch’ is the perfect way to purchase pumpkins and give back to the community at the same time! Take your time at the patch to peruse their thousands of pumpkins available throughout the week with new shipments arriving each Saturday. Pumpkins are available each day starting Oct. 7 until they run out. Prices are based on the size of the pumpkin.

Clear Lake United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch – Clear Lake
16335 El Camino Real, Houston
“Houston, we have a pumpkin…” Both church and community programs benefit from the pumpkin sales at the Clear Lake United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch. Browse their selection of some of the best pumpkins in the area and hang around for the other fun fall activities.  The patch is open daily starting October 12-31. Entry is FREE. The patch will be open Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Sundays 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

Zoo Boo Pumpkin Patch – Inner Loop
6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston
What better way to take advantage of pumpkin patch festivities as a family than by heading out to Zoo Boo at The Houston Zoo? Dress your kiddos in their Halloween costumes and make your way to the Whataburger Pumpkin Patch to pick out a pumpkin for decorating. After, be sure to take advantage of all the other fun activities going on! Zoo Boo begins Oct. 11 and runs weekends in October; admission is included with your regular zoo ticket price.

Nature Discovery Center Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival – Bellaire
7112 Newcastle, Houston
For a fun-filled weekend that epitomizes fall, take the kids to the Nature Discovery Center Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival! At the pumpkin patch families are able to select their perfectly sized pumpkin and engage in several fall activities like wagon rides, face painting, games, and more! Pumpkin prices are based on the size of the pumpkin. The 2019 Fall Festival is Oct. 19 and 20, admission is FREE.

Asbury United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch – Pasadena
5354 Space Center, Pasadena
From tiny pumpkins that will fit in the palm of your hand, to massive monsters perfect for baking a load of pies, Asbury United Methodist Church in Pasadena features a large assortment of pumpkins for purchase. Photo ops are sprinkled throughout the patch where you can take photos with your favorite fall decor like scarecrows and hay bales. Admission to the pumpkin patch is free and pumpkin costs vary based on size.

Pumpkin patches are just one of the many fun, fall activities here in Houston for you to choose from. Even if you’re visiting from out of town, a pumpkin patch is still a great way to enjoy Houston’s culture and snap a few photos for the ‘gram. For additional articles, offers, and ideas for your time in Houston, visit travel.hilton.com/houston.

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