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Pumpkins, Hayrides, and Carnivals: A 2017 Guide to Fall Fun in Dallas

It’s that time again! The leaves are beginning to fall, the air is a crisp 80-ish degrees. . . and pumpkin patches are cropping up all over town. Dallas-Fort Worth fully embraces the changing of the season with some incredible activities and fall fun. Here’s our guide to help you keep everything organized and find the best events for your family and your schedule. 

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 and festivals 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! 


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2 Responses to Pumpkins, Hayrides, and Carnivals: A 2017 Guide to Fall Fun in Dallas

  1. Stephanie scott September 22, 2017 at 11:32 pm #

    Gateway Community Church in Wylie Trunk or Treat is Sunday October 29 from 6-8pm: hayride, inflatables, face painting, games and candy. Free for activities, food available for purchase.
    2201 Country Club, Wylie

  2. Jenn B. October 3, 2017 at 12:45 pm #

    Stonebridge United Methodist Church in Mckinney has a cute pumpkin patch! They are also having a Fall Festival this year on Oct. 14th from 4-7. It features, bounce houses, petting zoos, food trucks, games and the Obstacle Warrior Kids mobile Course!

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