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Collin County's best pumpkin patches

Fall is quickly approaching, and with that, so is pumpkin season! Check out our list of the best pumpkin patches in Collin County.

Fall is quickly approaching, and with that, so is pumpkin season! Check out our list of the best pumpkin patches in Collin County.

Through October: Green Meadows Petting Farm Pumpkin Patch 

With over 150+ animals, cow milking, pig racing, feeding the animals, wagon rides, and a free pumpkin from the pumpkin patch (with paid admission).

October 11-12: Crossroads Bible Church Pumpkin Patch

Each year, net pumpkin patch proceeds are given to local community nonprofits. This year, Pediplace is the beneficiary.

Until October 31: Creekwood United Methodist Church

Pumpkin Patch with Fall and Harvest decorations! Just a stand.

Until October 31: St. James Pumpkin Patch

Thousands of fresh pumpkins of every size and shape will be sold and, if the weather cooperates, gourds and Indian corn will also be available. The Pumpkin Patch is the primary fundraiser for the St. James Youth Ministry. The funds support youth outreach activities as well as local, national and international mission trips, particularly by providing scholarships. The Pumpkin Patch also helps keep local farmers in business. In addition to the thousands of pumpkins that are delivered in two loads about two weeks apart, there are picture boards and staged photo shoot areas so that parents, grandparents and neighborhood or other groups can take Halloween photos. School and church groups are also welcome.

Until October 31: Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch on the Double Oak Ranch

You will find hundreds of pumpkins to choose from, cornstalks, hay bales, baked goods, and refreshments. Jan Balekian invites you to join the fun each fall at the ranch. Each season we feature cutouts and bounce houses for the kids. In addition a number of local vendors provide food for purchase.

Until October 31: Team Family Farms

Pumpkins for sale in the shop or farm stand, a pumpkin patch harvested and laid out on the ground or lawn, fall festival, cow train/barrel train rides, child-sized hay-bale maze, corn cannon, concessions/refreshment stand, and more!

Until October 31: Pumpkin Patch at CUMC

CUMC’s annual Pumpkin Patch, with a variety of pumpkins for sale in the North parking lot through October 31. Proceeds from the patch will go to the Youth Ministry for scholarships, classroom updates, and more.

Until November 3: River Ranch/Storybook Pumpkin Patch

River Ranch has a pumpkin patch already gathered from the field, as well as a fall festival, straw or hay bale maze, child-sized hay-bale maze, wagon rides, a bounce house, haunted rides, and more!

Until November 8: Andersons Farm

A fun fall festival and pumpkin patch! More information here.

Until November 11: Canton Farm

As part of the Yesterland Farm Fall Festival, enjoy a pumpkin patch. While the rest of the world is going green, they’re going orange — with pumpkins and gourds of all sizes, colors and shapes! Yesterland Farm has many varieties in their pumpkin patches scattered around the farm. Some are good for cooking and some are fun for painting or carving. Pumpkins range from $1 – $20 depending on size!

Until November 21: Autumn at the Arboretum

The fall festival at the Dallas Arboretum is a spectacular show of color with fall-blooming plants, an internationally acclaimed Pumpkin Village, and the outstanding Children’s Adventure Garden. Don’t miss this amazing festival and be sure to bring your camera.

Until November 21: The Big Orange Pumpkin Farm at Preston Trail Farms

Pumpkin Farm will offer visitors a chance to experience blossoming small green pumpkins right on the vine in our pumpkin patch, hayrides, a 6-foot hay maze and a petting farm for a taste of the country life. Preston Trail Farms is open year-round to provide feed and hardware, a Café and a gift shop to serve the local community and those who want a “life on the farm” experience. Visitors enjoy the petting farm throughout the year as well.

Read more: The best fall festivals in and around Collin County