Passionate About the Community
and the Moms Who Live Here

Pumpkins, Hayrides, and Carnivals : A Guide to Fall Activities in Dallas

It’s that time! The leaves are beginning to fall, the air is a crisp 80ish degrees. . .and pumpkin patches are beginning to open! Dallas-Fort Worth fully embraces the end of summer with some incredible activities and fun! Here’s your guide to help you keep it all organized and find the events that are best for your family and your schedule. 

So, grab your kiddos and head out to explore what Dallas (and beyond) has to offer. We hope we’ve made it easy for you to find local events happening near you, but also don’t be afraid to venture out and explore some new ones. (Hint: Some of our favorite pumpkin patches lie an hour or so outside of the metroplex.) 

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments and we’ll be sure to add them to our list! 

, , , , , ,

5 Responses to Pumpkins, Hayrides, and Carnivals : A Guide to Fall Activities in Dallas

  1. Amy Norton September 11, 2016 at 11:24 am #

    Don’t forget the Genesis Derby!!! Fundraising block party and fun run on Lowest Greenville Avenue in Dallas on 10/29! Family friendly block party event benefitting Genesis Womens Shelter! Genesisderby.com

  2. Alex Price October 17, 2016 at 4:03 pm #

    SURPRISE! Join us for a FREE Halloween event just for kids – no registration required. Topgolf’s KidZone Halloween party is taking place on Saturday, Oct. 29 from open until 11 a.m.

    Available for the first 200 kids playing Topgolf. Plus, don’t forget to dress up the kiddos in spooktacular fashion for the costume contest!

    This is a KidZone event and requires at least one (1) child to be present between the ages of 6-12 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Moms in the Know: Your Guide to Dallas Family Events in October - September 26, 2016

    […] Fall Activities in Dallas […]

  2. An Ode To My TX Fall Favorites - October 10, 2016

    […] Fall Activities in Dallas […]

  3. Tips for Surviving Halloween on a School Night - October 19, 2016

    […] Halloween memories are not exclusive to trick or treating! We are very lucky to live in an amazing community with tons of fun for kids of all ages.  A couple of my personal (and local Collin County) faves are the Stonebridge Ranch Spooktacular and Scare on the Square in Downtown McKinney.  Plus, many local churches and organizations host fall festivals and trunk or treat events that are fun, free, and of course, costume friendly!  For a more comprehensive list of events, check out our sister site Dallas Moms Blog here. […]

Leave a Reply