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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UNT chapter.

It’s that time of the year again where the holiday season truly begins. The start of the holiday season begins in October and lasts until the new year. During the spooky season, there are many different attractions and food options to choose from that will complete your holiday craze. My favorite holiday thing to do is eat pumpkin flavored options and take pictures in cute fall outfits in a full pumpkin patch. Here are a few pumpkin patches in the Dallas- Fort Worth Area:


Allen: Creekwood UMC 

Alvarado: Country Critters Farm Weekends, Sunset Hill Tree Farm 

Arlington: St. John the Apostle UMC 

Aubrey: Team Family Farms 

Bedford: Pumpkin Hollow 

Canton: Yesterland Farm 

Cleburne: Mainstay Farm 

Dallas: St. James Episcopal Church, Green Meadow Petting Farm, Dallas Arboretum 

Dension: Elves Farm 

Flower Mound: Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch 

Forney: The Gentle Zoo Pumpkin Patch 

Frisco: Pumpkins on the Prairie 

Grapevine: Hall’s Pumpkin Farm 

Gunter: The Big Orange Pumpkin Farm 

McKinney: Storybook Ranch Pumpkin Patch 

Midlothian: Shadow Creek Pumpkin Patch 

Plano: Christ UMC 

Richardson: Arapaho UMC Pumpkin Patch 

Rockwall: Blase Family Farm Pumpkin Patch 

Southlake: The Patch at Southlake

Stephenville: Lone Star Family Farm

Hi, I am currently a Sophomore at the University of North Texas. My major is Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations with a double minor in Spanish and Communication Studies. Follow my journey here: Twitter: @thankmelaterr_ Instagram: @thankmelaterr