San Antonio Pumpkin Patches You Need to Visit this Fall


Milberger’s Nursery | 3920 N Loop 1604 E

Aside from having rows and rows of luscious plants, trees, and gardening supplies, Milberger’s Nursery has been serving up the San Antonio community with one of the most entertaining and interactive pumpkin patches in the city. Of course, there are several sizes, shapes, and even colors of pumpkins to make everyone in the family happy, but the food, fun, and entertainment are another aspect worth going for. Expect to have a perfect Fall day for the whole family, including a “Terror Train” that rides through the nursery’s Halloween decorations. Shop for fall foliage, or enjoy corn on the cob in the stacks of hay with the kiddos.


The AgriCultural Museum | 102 City Park Road, Boerne

The AgriCultural Museum in Boerne, Texas is hosting First United Methodist Church Boerne’s pumpkin patch, and it’s the perfect location to spend a fall day. Food trucks are available on the weekends, and a little hay maze for little frolickers who want to have an exciting adventure. October 21st – 23rd will include storytelling for the little ones as well, and proceeds and donations go toward the children and students of the church. Your holiday card picture backdrop is waiting for you in Boerne this year! 

South Texas Maze

South Texas Maze | 911 US Hwy 90 East
Hondo, TX 78861

You and your family will enjoy the nice country ride through the heart of South Texas to this pumpkin patch that has everything you’d hope for in an autumn adventure. Check out their website for information and details on each activity, including hayrides, potato shoots, bonfires, a HUGE corn maze, and so much more! Come enjoy a real pumpkin adventure while eating some good Texas-Sized snacks.


Owl Creek Farm | 12355 Military Dr W

Did someone say pumpkin patch and petting zoo? Sign us up. Owl Creek Farms invites you to spend a fall day with them, and a few of their fuzzy friends. Come visit the volunteers, along with llamas, rabbits, goats, pigs, ducks, chickens, donkeys, and more. If you enjoy the pumpkin patch but are looking for a bit of a spooky adventure, you can sign up for the Haunted Hike, a 30-minute hike with just yourself or ONE trusted friend, and a lone flashlight. Simply sign a waiver, and you’ve gone from pumpkin patch visitor to haunted hike survivor. Hike hours are from 8-10PM each night. 


St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church and Preschool | 5310 Stahl Road

St. Margaret’s Episocopal Church and Preschool has been hosting their annual fundraising pumpkin patch for years, and for a good cause. The church and preschool have parent volunteers run the patch on the weekends, with proceeds benefiting the organization. You’re invited to join costumed children run around, picking the best future Jack-O-Lantern. Rumor has it that there’s delicious pumpkin bread for visitors as well. The patch is open on Fridays from noon to dusk, and on Saturday from 10 AM – dusk. Get your camera ready for the cutest fall pictures ever!