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October 12, 2020

SA Pumkin Patches to Visit

Fall has begun and with the sort of cooler temperatures we’ve been having you’re most likely thinking it’s time to venture out to a local pumpkin patch! The team at SA Social Calendar has rounded up some local pumpkin patches in or around SA to take your cute fall pictures and pick out your perfect […]

Fall has begun and with the sort of cooler temperatures we’ve been having you’re most likely thinking it’s time to venture out to a local pumpkin patch! The team at SA Social Calendar has rounded up some local pumpkin patches in or around SA to take your cute fall pictures and pick out your perfect pumpkins.

Love Creek Orchards – This is one of our favorites when it comes to being super family friendly. It’s a little bit of a drive, but they offer their apple orchard tour, pumpkin painting, farm animals, games, hayrides, hay mazes, storytelling, scarecrow building, and sing-a-longs. 

Graff 7A Ranch – Texas-style fun in the Country. You get a little bit of everything. A maze, campfire reservations for after dark fun, a pumpkin patch to get those must fall must have shoots, and farm animals to make you smile. 

The Alley on Bitters  –  A social distance style pumpkin patch! Throughout the Alley they will have pumpkin vignettes to visit and take photos with. Also, many of the businesses will have other fun activities, crafts and more. Masks must be worn and can be taken off just for the photo. They will diligently clean the vignettes after each guest. 

Helotes Hills United Methodist Church – Their 18th annual Pumpkin Patch will look a little different this year. There will be a limit of 100 visitors at a time so please be patient. All visitors over two years of age will be required to wear a facemask except when posing for photos. 

Milberger’s Landscaping & Nursery  –  The North Side plant nursery’s annual pumpkin patch and monster maze is back although there’s no “Terror Train” this year . While kids enjoy the free fun and games, adults can shop for fall greenery and pumpkins as well as home and yard decorations available in the nursery’s “boo-tique.”

Owl Creek Farm – Pumpkins, petting zoo, hay maze and other kid-friendly activities, plus a Haunted Hike on weekends!

Universal City Pumpkin Patch  –  The Universal City Pumpkin Patch benefits various organizations. No matter which day you choose to come, your purchase will benefit a wonderful cause. Enjoy the fall atmosphere and take lots of pictures. Photo spots will be available.

Devine Acres Farm – Open by reservation only, Fall fun returns to Devine Acres Farm. They have added live entertainment. Introducing Fishin’ on Fridays with a new angle, Saturday Fall Fest for daytime fun, a Saturday Sunset Series featuring a performance by the Storybook Theatre troupe, the Sunday Concert Series with live music — and more.

Pipe Creek Pumpkin Patch – Every weekend in October. Located at the Pipe Creek Christmas Tree Farm. The pumpkin patch features kid-friendly activities including pumpkin painting, scarecrow dressing and rubber duck races, plus the opportunity for winter holiday lovers to explore the farm’s 6000 Christmas trees. 

Natural Bridge Caverns – Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year in Texas and there is no better place to gather outdoors and enjoy this season than at Natural Bridge Caverns. Attractions are open daily with special events happening every weekend. From live music to animal shows, with some special Halloween activities the last two weekends, you will not want to miss this.