Corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Dallas and Ft. Worth 2018
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The Dallas/Fort Worth area has a plethora of things to do for the fall months.

From live concerts to Halloween parties, the Metroplex is a playground for fall lovers, but for those who truly want to do fall in its purest form, one must visit one of the many corn mazes and pumpkin patches scattered throughout this vast metro area. So, without further ado, here are the best corn mazes and pumpkin patches one should visit in the Metroplex this fall.

Pumpkin Patch at Creekwood United Methodist Church
Now until Oct. 31
261 Country Club Rd., Allen, TX 75002
(214) 544-8050

Fall fun is to be had all over the Metroplex, and for those who need a good pumpkin, or just want to experience the best of a North Texas fall in Allen, Creekwood United Methodist Church is where it’s at. The church’s Fall Carnival will have fall activities for all ages, from face painting to picking out the perfect pumpkin, one can’t be bored at this stellar festival.

Autumn at the Arboretum
Now until Nov. 21
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden -- 525 Garland Rd., Dallas, TX 75218
(214) 321-1478

The Dallas Arboretum is a great attraction in Big D any time of the year, but to experience the full beauty of this place, one should visit in the fall. Amid the 150,000 acres of plants and foliage sits the Pumpkin Village, a one-acre patch that is home to over 90,000 varieties of pumpkins. It’s a pumpkin paradise and one that no fall lover should skip over.

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm
Now until Oct. 31
3420 Hall Johnson Rd., Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 991-1052

Over in Tarrant County sits one of the Metroplex’s best pumpkin patches. Visiting Hall’s Pumpkin Farm has long been a tradition of North Texas families, and this year, the old staples will be back to entertain all those who visit the farm. From hayrides to one of the area’s best corn mazes, the fall fun never ends at Hall’s Pumpkin Farm.

The Pumpkin Patch at First Christian Church
Now until Oct. 31
910 S. Collins St., Arlington, TX 76010
(817) 277-2634

In Arlington, the “Midway of the Metroplex,” there will be a ton of activities for people to enjoy the cooler fall months. One attraction that should not be ruled off of anyone’s bucket list is the Pumpkin Path at First Christian Church, an annual festival that allows guest to walk through pumpkin displays, take those required fall pictures, and pick out the perfect pumpkin for the season.