Top Pumpkin Patches in Central Texas
Fall is finally here! It’s time to find the perfect pumpkin to paint, carve, or use for decoration. There are many pumpkin patches in the Austin area, so we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites in Leander, Cedar Park, Liberty Hill, Burnet, Marble Falls, and Georgetown. Grab the family and enjoy a great day at one of these top pumpkin patches in Central Texas.
To save any frustration, before heading out to any of these locations, we recommend verifying that they are operating under normal hours.
Sweet Berry Farm - Marble Falls
One of the biggest and most popular pumpkin patches, Sweet Berry Farm has much to do for the entire family. Race through the corn maze, treat yourself to homemade ice cream made with ingredients from the farm, or stuff your own scarecrow. Kids will enjoy the mini maze, face painting, horse rides, sand art, and pumpkin painting. Of course, there are pumpkins as far as the eye can see!
Address: 1801 FM 1980, ?Marble Falls, Texas 78654
Nomad Ranch - Bertram
NOMAD RANCH is a 138 acre family-owned ranch in Bertram, Texas. They have an annual pumpkin patch, straw or hay bale maze, tractor rides, farm market, face painting, farm animals, and picnic area (bring your own food). They also sell grass-fed beef, produce, jams, and hay that are produced there.
Address: 1306 County Road 258, Bertram, TX 78605
Sweet Eats Fruit Farm - Georgetown
According to the website, Sweet Eats Fruit Farm holds an annual Fall Festival that features 4.5 acres of safari themed corn maze paired with a GIANT 2 acre Texas sized pumpkin patch filled with over 40 different varieties of pumpkins. They also have fireworks (Fri & Sat nights in October), pig races, petting zoo, pony rides, wagon rides, apple cannons, food trucks, live music, and over 30 activities that are included with a general admission ticket.
Address: 14400 E. State Highway 29, Georgetown, TX 78626
Texas Pumpkin Fest - Leander
Open October 8-October 30, the Texas Pumpkin Fest is fun for the entire family! This Texas-sized pumpkin fest features 750,000 pounds of pumpkins and gourds. Visitors will enjoy a variety of rides and games, get spooked in the Tent of Terror, race down a 65’ super slide, get lost in a hay maze (or not), and more. Food trucks will be on site serving a variety of foods. Check the website for updated schedules and events.
Address: 8760 FM 2243, Leander TX 78641
These are just a few of the larger pumpkin patches in the Central Texas area. Of course, there may be a smaller pumpkin patch closer to home that you want to check out. Let us know if we should add it to the list next year.
If you are considering moving to the area this fall, we'd love to help you find the perfect home for your family! Feel free to use the chat function on our website or contact us here.
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