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Best Pumpkin Patches in East Texas (Updated 2023)

Get your camera’s ready if you love pumpkin season. It’s almost fall and these awesome pumpkin patches in East Texas will be opening soon and this post will be updated as I find more of them posting for 2023.

You can visit there websites below to check out times and dates they will be open, along with so much more information.

Fall Fun: Exploring the Best Pumpkin Patches in East Texas

Pumpkin patches in east texas

Lanes Chapel Annual Pumpkin Patch

You are invited to Lanes Chapel UMC Annual Pumpkin Patch

  • You are invited to Lanes Chapel Global Methodist Church for our 9th Annual Pumpkin Patch! 8720 Old Jacksonville Hwy, Tyler, Texas church office 903-561-5703
  • Pumpkins will be here for unloading Saturday, September 23, 2023 and Saturday, October 7, 2023
  • We are open Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. til 6:00 p.m.; Saturdays from 9 a.m. til 6:00 p.m.; and Sundays from noon til 6:00 p.m., September 23 – October 31
  • Free admission
  • Free train rides and games galore for the kiddos
  • Brand new photo ops this year along with our oldies but goodies!  Perfect opportunity to show off your costumes!!
  • Every single day in October, Lanes Chapel offers the community pumpkins, gourds and more, large and small with a greater purpose in mind
  • 100% of the pumpkin profits fuel vital outreach ministries
  • Bring your family, friends and neighbors and join in the fellowship with a wonderful ministry
Pumpkin Patches in East Texas - Lanes Chapel Pumpkin Patch

Yesterland Farm – Canton, TX 

Experience old-fashioned fun on the farm with vintage roller coasters and train rides, farm animals, pony rides, a petting zoo, live duck and pig races, yummy foods and much more! Just one mile from the famous Canton First Monday,

YesterLand Farm is a place for the whole family and guaranteed fun for everyone. They welcome folks in the springtime for BunnyPalooza, in the Fall for their Fall Festival, and in the winter for Christmas PlayLand. Each seasonal event features several of their core attractions and additional unique twists related to the season.

Pumpkin Patch, Amusement Rides, Corn Maze, Christmas Trees and so much more!

pumpkin patches in east texas - yesterland farm

Blueberry Ridge Farm – Mineola, TX

Blueberry Ridge Farm is a u-pick blueberry farm located in Mineola, Texas.  It is the oldest organic blueberry farm in the state of Texas.  

They also offer a variety of other activities.  Their country store/barn is now available for lease to host a birthday party, family reunion, special occasion parties, etc.  They will also be re-opening their Pumpkin Patch in the fall of 2020. 

pumpkin patches in east texas - blueberry ridge farm

Calie’s Acre – Gilmer, TX

Calie’s Acre is located at 10589 State Hwy 300, just north of Longview, Tx. They have been providing family friendly fun for East Texas since 2009. 

But Calie’s Acre is not just for families – church groups, day cares, private and public schools and homeschoolers enjoy visiting too! With each season there is something new for families, school groups, photographers, and many more to enjoy together

pumpkin patches in east texas - calie's acres

Pumpkin Facts 🎃

  • Pumpkins are a member of the gourd family, which includes cucumbers, honeydew melons, cantaloupe, watermelons and zucchini. These plants are native to Central America and Mexico, but now grow on six continents.
  • The largest pumpkin pie ever baked was in 2005 and weighed 2,020 pounds.
  • Pumpkins have been grown in North America for five thousand years. They are indigenous to the western hemisphere.
  • In 1584, after French explorer Jacques Cartier explored the St. Lawrence region of North America, he reported finding “gros melons.” The name was translated into English as “pompions,” which has since evolved into the modern “pumpkin.”
  • Pumpkins are low in calories, fat, and sodium and high in fiber. They are good sources of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, potassium, protein, and iron.
  • The heaviest pumpkin weighed 1,810 lb 8 oz and was presented by Chris Stevens at the Stillwater Harvest Fest in Stillwater, Minnesota, in October 2010.
  • Pumpkin seeds should be planted between the last week of May and the middle of June. They take between 90 and 120 days to grow and are picked in October when they are bright orange in color. Their seeds can be saved to grow new pumpkins the next year.

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Pumpkin Patches in East Texas