23 San Antonio Area Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes for Your Fall-loving Self
Some might say pumpkin spice lattes are the sign of fall here in San Antonio where we don't get the beautiful fall foliage, but we disagree. It's all the corn mazes and pumpkin patches! We gathered the must-see sights and activities to get you in the fall mood.
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Barton Hill Farms
1115 FM 969, Bastrop, (855) 969-1115, bartonhillfarms.com
Get in the fall mood at Barton Hill Farms from September 29 to November 5. Open on weekends only, you and the family have a reason to head up for the weekend and enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze, games, slides, trains, duck races, face paintings, farm animals and live music. Plus, there’s plenty of food and drink available for purchase so you can stay energized on your adventure.
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Devine Acres Farm
944 FM 2200, Devine, (830) 665-9730, devineacresfarm.com
From September 29 to October 28, San Antonians can opt to take a trip south to Devine for some fall fun. There’s plenty to do here: scenic hayrides, a live petting zoo, scarecrow dressing, yard games, and pumpkins galore! The kids will have their fill of attractions, so you’ll truly want to spend the whole day here. Kids 2 and under are free while everyone else has a $12 admission fee (there are discounts for seniors and military members), though there are extra goodies you can add on.
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12862 US-290, Fredericksburg, (830) 644-2404, facebook.com
Pumpkin season begins Friday, September 28 over at Vogel Orchard. Great for picking your own pumpkin, the orchard also offers treats for purchase inside their fall store as well as plenty photo-op spots!
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Northwest Hills United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
7575 Tezel Rd, (210) 681-3751, nwhills.org
You won’t have to leave city limits to take part in the fun at Northwest Hills UMC. Every day in October from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., your family can swing on my for your own pumpkins. For an extra treat, be sure to visit on movie nights with free popcorn (just don’t forget the lawn chair).
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Circle N Maze
558 County Rd 345, La Vernia, (210) 326-1741, circlenmaze.com
From the place that brought you the “Texas Strong” maze last year after Hurricane Harvey, Circle N Maze is back with another crowd pleaser: a sugar skull maze. Head on out to La Vernia for a 5.5-acre maze you’re bound to be obsessed with. Don’t worry, there’s also a mini maze for the little ones. There’s also a pumpkin patch, photo stations, hay bale fun, a petting zoo, games, and even vendors and food trucks. Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays beginning October 5 for $10 a person.
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Bracken United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
20377 Old F-M 2252, (830) 606-6717, brackenumc.org
Now through Halloween from 9 a.m. to sundown, Bracken UMC will welcome visitors for its pumpkin patch. You’ll be able to choose from more than 15,000 pumpkins! Plus, you can snap pics with costumed scarecrows and the perfect fall aesthetic backdrop – nature itself! There’s also hayrides and train rides, so don’t miss out.
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Love Creek Orchards
14024 TX-16, Medina, (830) 589-2588, lovecreekorchards.com
Over in Medina, Love Creek Orchards will open its pumpkin patch every Saturday, Sunday and Monday in October from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $6 and gets you pumpkin painting, apple orchard tours, games, a farm animal petting zoo, hayrides, a hay maze, scarecrow building and sing-alongs. And because it’s an apple orchard, you’ll be able to sip on fresh cider (non-alcoholic, y’all) and other apple goodies.
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Braune Farms Fresh Produce
2050 Link Rd, Seguin, (830) 660-7751, braunefarmsfreshproduce.com
Though only open two weekends in October (13-14, 20-21, noon to 4 p.m.), Braun Farms lets you take a hayride to the patch to pick your own pumpkin. After making your selection, you can take advantage of the various activities, including games, face painting and a petting zoo.
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Gruene United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
2629 Common St, New Braunfels, (830) 625-7200, facebook.com/GrueneUMC
You can head up to New Braunfels for a no-frills pumpkin patch. Though there isn’t any information about extra fun and attractions, you can still get your own pumpkin and have a fall photoshoot.
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Sweet Berry Farms
1801 FM1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
Now through November 4, you and the fam can take a drive up to Marble Falls for a fall getaway. On top of hayrides, a corn maze and of course the pumpkin patch, you’ll also be able to take advantage of the horse rides, scarecrow stuffing, a barrel train, and flower picking. That’s quite a bit of treats for us city folk!
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