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Pumpkin Patch Guide

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Fall is not complete without pumpkins, and what better way to get them than head to a pumpkin patch to pick them! Fall weather only lasts so long, so be sure to get in a visit to the pumpkin patch during the months of September and October. There are several nearby locations to visit for pictures, memories, and to get that perfect pumpkin.

P-6 Farms – P-6 Farms, located in Montgomery, is a family-run farm stocked with acres of pumpkins. All ages are welcome to come and pick their own pumpkins. Every fall P-6 Farms has a pumpkin patch, farm festival and enormous corn maze. There is a concession stand and picnic tables so guests can make a day out of their trip to P-6. Pumpkins are available September and October, Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Christ Church United Methodist – This pumpkin patch is on the smaller side, but it has no shortage of pumpkins! It is open from October 13 – 30 in the courtyard of Christ Church United Methodist Church. This patch is the perfect size for bringing little ones.  There are all shapes and sizes of pumpkins and plenty of photo ops in the decorated, picturesque courtyard.

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm – Don’t be fooled by the name – there are plenty of pumpkins here! Starting in October, pumpkins are available Friday evenings from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m., and Saturdays & Sundays from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. This pumpkin patch is even dog friendly. Entry is $5 per person (age 2+). Once inside, purchase pumpkins or tickets for one or more of the eight attractions. Enjoy some food, shaved ice, and funnel cakes in the shade of the picnic area. Be sure to bring a wagon for carrying pumpkins!


Oil Ranch – The Scarecrow Festival & Pumpkin Patch kicks off in October, when the ranch is open 7 days a week for the entire month. The Oil Ranch puts out thousands of pumpkins daily. Each child 12 & under receives a free pumpkin with paid admission. For more than 20 years, our Scarecrow Festival & Pumpkin Patch Houston has been an annual tradition for families from all over the surrounding areas. All ages enjoy the fall festivities: hay rides, scarecrow scenes featuring more than 85 scarecrows, and thousands of pumpkins piled high for photo ops. All the regular ranch activities are open during the festival and included at no extra charge. Kids under the age of two are free.

Magnolia’s First Baptist Church – The Magnolia’s First Baptist Church Pumpkin Patch will open October 13th on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. with food and activities, such as hay rides, punkin’ chunkin’ and photo ops. The church’s patch is also open weekdays from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. for pumpkin sales and photo ops (no food or activities).

Dewberry Farm – There is an eight-acre field full of pumpkins at Dewberry Farm just waiting for a home! The pumpkins come in several varieties, colors and sizes. For those who don’t want to pick up pumpkins from the fields, they can be purchased in the Pumpkin Barn. New attractions are added each year, and Dewberry Farm now boasts there over 40 family-friendly activities. Dewberry Farm opens September 29 for another season of good old-fashioned fall fun!

First Christian Church Conroe – The pumpkin patch at First Christian Church Conroe is open October 13 – 31, from noon until 6:00 p.m. Admission is free and the pumpkins are priced according to size. There are many picture taking opportunities in the decorated pumpkin patch.

7 Acre Wood – 7 Acre Wood’s pumpkin patch is open all throughout October! Pumpkins are priced according to size. There will be hay rides, pony rides, a petting zoo, and more fun all month long.




Faith United Methodist Church – On Saturday, October 20, Faith UMC will celebrate its 24th Annual Pumpkin Fest and Patch. All proceeds collected during the fest and patch directly support the missions and ministries of Faith UMC. Come out and enjoy fall arts & crafts and games, purchase goodies at the fall bake sale, and pick the perfect pumpkin for carving. The Pumpkin Fest is Saturday, October 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The pumpkin patch is open October 1 – 31.

Cypress United Methodist Church – The Cypress UMC Pumpkin Patch is open from October 5 – November 1 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. There will be a movie October 6, and trick-or-treating in the patch October 28. Entrance is free and guests may bring a picnic to enjoy in the patch. Purchase pumpkins and homemade baked goods, then take pictures among the decorations set up all throughout the patch.