26 San Antonio-Area Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes to Explore This Fall 

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Whether fall is your favorite time of year or not, there's no denying the excitement of having a photoshoot within a pumpkin patch, or making your way through a corn maze. Here are 26 spots not too far from home where you can get in on the seasonal fun.
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Sweet Berry Farm
1801 FM1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
If you’re up for a road trip, you may want to make plans to head to Marble Falls. There you’ll find the pumpkin patch, open daily (except Wednesdays). The seasonal patch also offers lots of other activities throughout the month, such as pumpkin painting, scarecrow stuffing, a barrel train, horse rides, hayrides and mazes. Be warned: activities are billed separately.
Photo via Instagram / 101highlandlakes
Milberger's Nursery
3920 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 497-3760, milbergernursery.com
This local nursery is getting in on the seasonal fun. Stacks of hay bales and piles of pumpkins will be on-site, all leading up to the nursery’s annual Halloween event. The hay maze is already open, as is the pumpkin patch. The Terror Train is available for rides through the nursery and will be available through the Halloween Spook-tacular during the last weekend in October.
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First United Methodist Church
710 N Austin St, Seguin, (830) 379-4112, fumcseguin.com
You’ll be able to purchase your pumpkin of choice at this generous patch. Additionally, children can enjoy story time in the patch during select times on weekdays. The patch opens September 28 and will be open daily through Halloween.
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Barton Hill Farms
1115 FM 969, Bastrop, (855) 969-1115, bartonhillfarms.com
If you don’t mind the drive to Bastrop, this farm is the perfect reason to give yourself a quick getaway. Take part in the fall festival on weekends from September 28 through November 3. Barton Hill Farms offers both a pumpkin patch and corn maze, as well as games and food vendors. Lots of memories are waiting to be made here.
Photo via Instagram / mikevami92
The AgriCultural
102 City Park Road, Boerne, (830) 249-6007, theagricultural.org
Throughout October, folks can head to Boerne for the brand new patch at the AgriCultural Museum. Complete with antique trackers, pumpkin mazes and fun games, the attraction will be open daily 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Every day will be free except on October 13.
Photo via Instagram / rashelldawn
Cross Plants and Produce
705 N Old Hwy 81, Kyle, (512) 262-7513, crossplantsandproduce.com
Treat yourself to a day trip out to Kyle for this pumpkin patch. You’re more than welcome to take endless photos of your little ones in the patch, after which you can ride the Spooky Express Kiddie Train (on weekends), explore the hay tunnel and paint a pumpkin Just remember to stop at Buc-ee’s on the way home.
Photo via Instagram / chaotickiki
Good News Pumpkin Patch
11020 Old Corpus Christi Hwy, (210) 633-0551, facebook.com/GoodNewsPumpkinPatch
From September 29 to Halloween, San Antonians can stop by this super convenient patch. It’s open daily, so there will be plenty of opportunities to get in your fall fun without going too far. There’s also movie nights throughout the pumpkins’ stay, and there’s something for everyone!
Photo via Instagram / off_grid_quality
Bulverde United Methodist Church
28300 US-281, (830) 980-7745, bulverdeumc.org
If you’re in northern San Antonio, you won’t have to go too far to visit this pumpkin patch. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout October, there will be special activities each Saturday, including crafts, a Trike-a-thon, costume day, games and even a fall festival.
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Universal City
2150 Universal City Blvd, universalcitytexas.com
Open from October 3 through Halloween from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., this nearby pumpkin patch will bring lots of fun. There will be food vendors and activities on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as special events throughout the month. Make sure to check out the Fall Fair on October 12 and the Family Fun Fright Night on October 26!
Photo via Instagram / t2_that_mom
Rocky Creek Maze
784 Co Road 251, Moulton, (361) 287-2828, rockycreekmaze.com
Take a day trip Moulton for some spooky fun. On Friday and Saturday nights – from October 11 to October 26 – you can visit the haunted trail, complete with ghosts and ghouls. After Halloween, the trail is much calmer with carriages, camels and more throughout the maze on November 2 and 3.
Photo via Instagram / des_herrera
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South Texas Maize
911 US-90, Hondo, (830) 741-3968, graff7aranch.com
Drive out to Hondo and explore the wonder that is South Texas Maize. Open on weekends now through November 30, admission grants you access to the seven-acre maze, hayride, slide mountain and lots of fun games. Be prepared to spend the whole day here, and be thankful that there’s lots of yummy food available on-site.
Photo via Instagram / katherine_mack
Traders Village
9333 SW Loop 410, (210) 623-8383, tradersvillage.com
The neighborhood flea market will welcome visitors to roam around its corn maze – appropriately named Corny Maze. Open weekends in October and November, you’ll be able to choose from three mazes within the 10-acre maze, differing in difficulty. There will also be a petting zoo, concessions and, of course, the flea market.
Photo via Instagram / tradersvillage_sa
Braune Farms Fresh Produce
1300 Link Road, Seguin, (830) 643-9974braunefarmsfreshproduce.com
Every weekend in October starting on the 12th means you can head out to Braune Farms for some fall fun. Open from noon to 4 p.m., you’ll enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch as well as other activities like face painting, tube sliding and lots of games.
Photo via Instagram / alishadidthat
Circle N Maze
558 County Road 345, La Vernia, (210) 326-1741, circlenmaze.com
Located in La Vernia, you won’t have to go too far to enjoy the seasonal fun at this Daddy Shark-themed corn maze. The eight-acre maze is accompanied by a mini maze for little ones to enjoy roaming about. Aside form the mazes, there’s also a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, vendors, food trucks and lots of games. Make sure to visit, the maze will be open weekends October 4-27.
Photo via Instagram / chillin_with_noah
Owl Creek Farm
12355 Military Dr W, (210) 616-6585, owlcreekfarmsa.com
Beginning September 28, you’ll be able to get in on the pumpkin madness at this area farm. In addition to the pumpkin patch, you can also make memories with pony rides, hay rides, a petting zoo and lots of games.
Photo via Instagram / maarybi
Helotes Hills United Methodist Church
13222 Bandera Road, Helotes, (210) 695-3761, hhumc.com
Beginning October 12, you can swing by this area church for a pumpkin patch with all shapes and sizes. Proceeds go to various local charities and the church, so be sure to support. There’s also special events on the weekends, including a Trunk or Treat event.
Photo via Instagram / rguffey27
Bracken United Methodist Church
20377 FM 2252, (830) 606-6717, brackenumc.org
Now open, this semi-local pumpkin patch will welcome visitors daily through October. There will also be special events like a movie screening in the patch as well as multiple market days within the patch. Now that sounds like fall in a nutshell.
Photo via Instagram / faith_ful
Devine Acres Farm
944 FM 2200, Devine, (830) 665-9730, devineacresfarm.com
Starting September 28, all the fun can be found south of San Antonio in Devine. Fall Family Fun weekends kick off that Saturday and will reoccur through October 27. From pumpkin painting and hay rides to fishing and a petting zoo, this fall attraction has a lot to offer.
Photo via Facebook / Devine Acres Farm
The Pumpkin Patch San Antonio
8756 State Highway 151, facebook.com/thepumpkinpatchsanantonio
For lots of country, seasonal fun without leaving San Antonio, this may be your best bet. From noon to 6 p.m. on weekends beginning October 5 through October 27, you can roam around the pumpkin patch and make your outing complete with a petting zoo, pony rides, games, a ferris wheel, slides, bounce houses and other kid-friendly fun. What more could you ask for?!
Photo via Instagram / bearkat_miller
Tower of the Americas
739 E César E. Chávez Blvd, (210) 223-3101, facebook.com
From October 11 through November 8, locals and tourists alike can stop by the Tower of the Americas for some pumpkin happenings. The patch is completely free and open to the public 7 to 11 p.m., though pumpkins are available for purchase.
Photo via Instagram / toweroftheamericas
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Northwest Hills United Methodist Church
7575 Tezel Road, (210) 681-3751, nwhills.org
Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. October 5 to Halloween, this local spot allows you to score pumpkins all of your own. Be prepared to take lots of pics in the patch and of your prize, and make plans to attend the movie night (Coco on Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m.) and Trunk or Treat (Saturday, October 26 at 4 p.m.) all dressed up in your costume.
Photo via Instagram / annaakathleen
Love Creek Orchards
14024 TX-16, Medina, (830) 200-0302, lovecreekorchards.com
Head on over to Love Creek Orchards for some feel-good fun. Open every Saturday, Sunday and Monday in October from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., admission is $6 per person age 2 and older. In addition to pumpkin painting, there’s also farm animals, hayrides, hay mazes, scarecrow building and apple orchard tours.
Photo via Instagram / aubreynlane
TLF Pumpkin Patch
1602 Thousand Oaks, (210) 494-1606, facebook.com/tlfpumpkinpatch
Join the festivities at Family Night on October 7, which marks the beginning of pumpkin patch season. There’s also themed offerings on the weekends, such as a barrel train, face painting, zip lining, bounce houses and lots of games.
Photo via Instagram / portlandtidwell
Windcrest United Methodist Church
8101 Midcrown Dr, Windcrest, (210) 654-0404, windcrestumc.org
Open daily now through Halloween from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., this area church will bring lots of activities centering around its pumpkin patch. The details are still be worked out, but folks should expect family-friendly fun.
Photo via Instagram / moinsatx
The Alley on Bitters
The Alley on Bitters, 555 W Bitters Road, Hill Country Village, (210) 494-3226, facebook.com
Open from October 5 to Halloween from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the pumpkin patch transforms the area with hundreds of pumpkins on display. There will also be cookie-decorating courtesy of the Bread Box as well as crafts. Get ready to take lots of pictures!
Photo via Instagram / thealleyonbitters
Pipe Creek
805 Phils Road, Pipe Creek, pipecreekpumpkinpatch.com
Open every weekend in October from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Pipe Creek is a wholesome option for folks who don’t mind driving outside of the city but not going too far. For $6 per person, you can enjoy a hayride, haystack, scarecrow dressing, farm animals and more! Children 10 and under can enjoy all of the pumpkin patches. If you buy a pumpkin, you can paint it on-site.
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Sweet Berry Farm
1801 FM1980, Marble Falls, (830) 798-1462, sweetberryfarm.com
If you’re up for a road trip, you may want to make plans to head to Marble Falls. There you’ll find the pumpkin patch, open daily (except Wednesdays). The seasonal patch also offers lots of other activities throughout the month, such as pumpkin painting, scarecrow stuffing, a barrel train, horse rides, hayrides and mazes. Be warned: activities are billed separately.
Photo via Instagram / 101highlandlakes