15 San Antonio Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches to Get You in the Mood for Fall 

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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 to get you in the spirit of autumn in and around San Antonio.

Be sure to check out the roundup of fall stuff to do for 2018.
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Gruene United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
2629 E. Common St., New Braunfels, (830) 625-7208, grueneumc.org
Spend a few hours picking out a pumpkin to take home, a time or two on a hayride and making crafts with the family. Open every day 10 a.m. to noon until Halloween.
Photo via Instagram, gipynat
Bracken United Methodist Pumpkin Patch
20377 FM 2252, (830) 606-6717, bracken-umc.org
Feast your eyes on more than 15,000 pumpkins. Kids will love the hayrides and Pumpkin Patch Express train rides. The pumpkin patch is open now through November 1. Be sure to come out make the trip out for the church’s Fall Festival on October 28.
Photo via Instagram, ya_mishhhh
Devine Acre Farms
944 FM 2200 W., Devine, (830) 665-9730, devineacresfarm.com
Your day will be complete with pumpkin painting, hayrides and fishing. Open weekends September 30 through October 29.
Photo via Instagram, vin_santo
Sweet Berry Farms
1801 FM 1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
Venture out to Marble Falls for a pumpkin patch, two mazes, pumpkin painting, scarecrow stuffing, face painting and a bounce house. Maybe save your trip for the weekend for extra treats like food truck fare and horse rides. Open September 23 through November 5.
Photo via Instagram, mellitanya
Good News Pumpkin Patch
11020 Old Corpus Christi Hwy, (210) 549-7133, facebook.com
This patch has it all. In addition to the patch, you can play laser tag within the maze on Sunday afternoons. You and your family shouldn’t miss the movie nights on Saturday nights, either. There’s also plenty of games and a bounce house.
Photo via Instagram, freelancedrifter
Northwest Hills United Methodist Pumpkin Patch
7575 Tezel Rd., (210) 681-3751, nwhills.org
Enjoy a movie night, craft sales or even trick-or-treating on select nights, or just come out and enjoy the field of pumpkins. Open through Halloween.
Photo via Instagram, casaxdra
Circle N Maze
558 County Road 345, (210) 326-1741, circlenmaze.com
You might have heard about this awesome maze that’ll donate proceeds to Hurricane Harvey victims. What better way is there to celebrate fall and help fellow Texans in need? Open weekends starting September 23, though you can make an appointment for your visit.
Photo via Facebook, Circle N Maze
Rocky Creek Maze
784 County Road 251, (361) 772-4718, rockycreekmaze.org
Plan a day trip out east to visit this Moulton-based maze. Venture through the eight-acre maze, then take it easy with a hayride and fun games for the kids. Open Fridays through Sundays, October 6 through November 19.
Photo via Instagram, sumsurf
The Pumpkin Patch San Antonio
8739 State Highway Texas 151, facebook.com
Bring the family to enjoy this pumpkin patch - even your pupper! Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome at this pumpkin patch located near SeaWorld. Open weekends from September 30 through October 29.
Photo via Instagram, lauravgarcia1
Braune Farms Fresh Produce Pumpkin Patch
1300 Link Rd., Seguin, facebook.com
While this patch is on the smaller side, the clear blue skies more than make up for it. You can pick a pumpkin to call your own and even cut it off the vine yourself. Fresh treats like pumpkin bread and pie will be sold. Open weekends October 14-22.
Photo via Facebook, Braune Farms Fresh Produce?
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South Texas Maize
911 US Hwy 90 E., Hondo, (830) 741-3968, southtexasmaize.com
This seven-acre maze also offers hayrides, mountain slides, campfires, entertainment and food. Select nights even offer the chance to see fireworks! It’s worth the drive out to Hondo, trust us. Open weekends now through November 26.
Photo via Instagram, southtexasmaize
Barton Hill Farms
1115 FM 969, Bastrop, (855) 969-1115, bartonhillfarms.com
Take a day trip out to Bastrop to enjoy the fall sights Barton Hill Farms has to offer. Shaped like an aircraft, this corn maze will keep you and your family entertained for hours. Just make sure you enjoy the pumpkin patch as well. Open weekends September 23 through November 5.
Photo via Instagram, alyssasummersett
Owl Creek Pumpkin Patch
12355 Military Dr. W., (210) 616-6585, fiestafarmlc.com
This patch is filled with plenty of photo-ops with hundreds of pumpkins as well as scarecrows, a scenic hayride, live petting zoo and plenty of games. This year, the fall-festive patch will introduce pig races and a giant slide. Open weekends from September 29 to October 29, or by appointment.
Photo via Instagram, arias_mommy
Lovecreek Orchards – The Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch
13495 State Highway 16 N., Medina, (830) 589-2588, lovecreekorchards.com
Take advantage of unlimited hayrides! You can also take part in the apple orchard tour and see how apple cider is made. Or listen to the sounds of The Great Hill Country Symphony. Open Saturday through Monday beginning October 7.
Photo via Instagram, that.leonard.life
Pipe Creek Farms
805 Phils Rd., (210) 426-6191, pipecreekpumpkinpatch.com
Enjoy a hayride, full-range snack bar, scarecrow dressing, petting farm animals, a sandbox and, of course, a pumpkin patch. You can even purchase a pumpkin to paint! Even better, adults can shop around in the farmers market. Open weekends from September 30 through October 29.
Photo via Facebook, Pipe Creek Christmas Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch
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Gruene United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
2629 E. Common St., New Braunfels, (830) 625-7208, grueneumc.org
Spend a few hours picking out a pumpkin to take home, a time or two on a hayride and making crafts with the family. Open every day 10 a.m. to noon until Halloween.
Photo via Instagram, gipynat