Following Halloween and pumpkin season, the question is finally answered: what were some of the best pumpkin patches?
I checked out the local patches and got the inside scoop on some of the best places to visit.
If you like simple outings at a festive pumpkin patch, Hall’s Pumpkin Patch was the place to visit.
Hall’s is located about 35 minutes from TCU in Grapevine. The patch was free to visit and included festive pumpkin displays. The patch also offered hayrides for three dollars and a corn maze for five dollars. Also, a variety of seasonal snacks and beverages were available for purchase.
Storybook Ranch is located about an hour away from TCU in McKinney. The patch was free to enter. It did cost $15 for children to participate in activities. You could easily spend a day at Storybook Ranch seeing the petting zoo, exploring the corn maze, jumping in the bounce house, riding ponies, picking out a pumpkin and more.
Pumpkins on the Prairie was the patch to visit for a family-oriented pumpkin patch, or just a short visit with friends to pick out the perfect pumpkin.
Pumpkins on the Prairie is located about an hour away from TCU in Frisco at the Grace Avenue United Methodist Church.
The patch offered a mini corn maze for children, snacks, a pumpkin launcher, and other varied activities at scheduled times. This patch also has the best pumpkin selection.
So when you’re looking for the best pumpkin patch next year, grab your pumpkin spiced latte and head over to whatever patch fits your ideal experience. Any of these patches are sure to put you in a festive fall mood and, most importantly, guarantee you find the perfect pumpkin.