There’s Still Time To Find That Perfect Pumpkin In East Texas
You can definitely tell that spooky season is here in East Texas, more and more front yards are being decorated with gigantic skeletons and ghosts, accompanied by spider webs and other Halloween inflatable decorations. In addition, many front porch displays have popped up with hay bales, scarecrows, pumpkins, and gourds on display at the front door.
When it comes to looking for pumpkins for Halloween or your fall yard decor, don't worry, there are still plenty to choose from. Even those pumpkins you just want to carve up into a jack-o-lantern for all the trick-or-treaters to see!
Whether you looking for pumpkins for that front porch display or one to carve up as a jack-o-lantern for Halloween, here is a list of some of the pumpkin patches that are around East Texas.
First Christian Church
Loop 323 and S. Broadway - Tyler
This pumpkin patch is one of the most visible in East Texas because it is located on the corner of Loop 323 and S. Broadway (one of the busiest intersections in East Texas). The pumpkin patch is loaded with pumpkins of all shapes and sizes and you can pick yours out any day of the week.
Lanes Chapel Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
8720 Old Jacksonville Hwy. - Tyler
Not only can the kids pick out the perfect pumpkin, but they can also hop aboard the Pumpkin Express train. The pumpkin patch is open daily until they're all sold or through October 31st and is a fundraising event for the church's ministry.
Ellis Home And Garden
3110 N. Eastman Rd. - Longview
Not your traditional pumpkin patch, but this place has hundreds of thousands of pumpkins for sale. There are many photo ops available and enough fall and Halloween decor to outfit nearly the entire city of Longview!
15410 I-20 - Canton
This is one of the biggest and most well-known pumpkin patches in all of East Texas. There is an admission fee with lots of activities for the entire family, including a corn maze, carnival-style rides and games, and a pumpkin waiting just for you. Yesterland Farms is open Friday through Sunday.
600 Martin Lake Rd. - Marshall
Piney Park's Trail of Lights is transformed into the Fall Festival & Spooky Trail. There are interactive activities on the trail, pumpkin patch, spider maze, and so much more. An admission fee is required.
Blueberry Ridge Farm
2785 E. US 80 - 5 miles East of Mineola
This pumpkin farm is open Thursday - Sunday through November 5th. There are activities for the kids with an admission fee and pumpkins range in price from $2 to $14.
Calie's Acre - Pumpkin Patch
10589 State Hwy. 300 - Gilmer
The pumpkin patch is open daily and there is an admission fee which included many activities and a trip to the pumpkin patch and sunflower field.
Hill Creek Baptist Church Pumpkin Patch
147449 Hwy. 110 South - Whitehouse
The fundraising pumpkin patch for local missions is open daily for you to stop by and pick out the perfect pumpkin. The church will be hosting a trunk-or-treat on October 29th from 5p - 7p.
Grace Church Pumpkin Patch
2130 Country Club Rd - Palestine
Not only can you find a great pumpkin at Grace Church Pumpkin Patch on certain nights you can also catch a free movie too. There are a lot of other great activities planned throughout the month, including a food truck festival and more.
4004 US 271 - Pittsburg
Locally grown pumpkins are waiting for you to harvest. While searching for the perfect pumpkin or gourd, try your luck at getting out of the corn maze and try their homemade ice cream too!
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