Dewberry Farm

★★★★☆
  • 7705 Fm 362

    Brookshire, TX 77423

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  • 281-934-3276

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This a great place to take the kids. There is so much to do. The only hitch is you have to pay extra for some of the activities.

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This a great place to take the kids. There is so much to do. The only hitch is you have to pay extra for some of the activities.

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This is a great place to get the kids out and have a good time. They have pig races, hay rides corn cannon( short corn at targets) rubber duck races. As my child has gotten older he really enjoys the 6 acre corn maze. It's a great way to get into the fall mood.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place to get the kids out and have a good time. They have pig races, hay rides corn cannon( short corn at targets) rubber duck races. As my child has gotten older he really enjoys the 6 acre corn maze. It's a great way to get into the fall mood.

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My daughter was old enough this year to really understand all of the excitement surrounding fall and Halloween and we thought it would be fun to take her to a pumpkin patch where we could get some great pictures and allow her to pick out a pumpkin. I did a search for pumpkin patches online and was pleased to find one that was located so close to us.

Dewberry Farm is a lot more than a pumpkin patch and we were pleasantly surprised to see all that they had to offer when we visited their website, and we were not disappointed when we actually went to visit, either. They have something for family members of all ages. Toddlers and preschool aged children and enjoy Little Farmersville, which includes swings, a sandbox, a slide, rocking horses, and tricycles that look like tractors for the kids to ride on a track that runs around the play area.

Another favorite area for her was the barnyard. They have "sky walking goats" that you can feed as well as chickens, pigs, ducks, geese, and even a donkey. They have pig races in this area every few hours and they also have an area with singing chickens (my daughter really got a kick out of that!). Rascal's Roundup includes activities for all ages. The corn train is a hit with the kids, but a bit bumpy for adults! Kids will love playing on the giant haystacks and the giant roller slide (adults can go down too, but it is a very bumpy ride!). Other activities in this area included a giant jumping pillow, pedal carts (they have a section for "big" kids and younger kids), Rat Racers (like a gerbil wheel for humans), and a self-propelled merry-go-round.

We ended the day with a trip out to the pumpkin patch (there are plenty of pumpkins in all sizes) and a hayride back. There is a line to "check out" and purchase your pumpkin. Be prepared for very long lines in this area. They also have a cute country store at the exit with cute crafty items and homemade candles, jams, and jellies.

Other areas and activities at the farm that we did not get the chance to visit included: a corn maze, target shooting with corn cannons, rubber duck races, a flower patch (where you can pick a bouquet), and gemstone mining.

We really had a great time and spent several hours out there. I was really nervous when we first arrived because the line was so long and it looked like it was so crowded, but the farm is so big and spread out that we didn't have to wait for any of the activities and it didn't seem "crowded" at all once we were inside.

One downfall was the hours. They are open during the week from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. for private parties (school groups, etc.) only. They are also open on Friday from 4-10 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sundays from "noon to dusk." I wish that they were open on the evenings during the week also. The prices also seem somewhat high (especially when you have to pay separately for the pumpkins), but once you are inside and see all that they have to offer, it doesn't seem as bad. The pricing is as follows:

Children under age 3 - free! (my daughter still fits this "criteria" so it worked out nicely for us)
Kids and adults (age 3-64) $9.50 plus tax
Ages 65+ $8.50 plus tax
Military and Law Enforcement Personnel $8.50 plus tax
**For groups of 15 or more (paying guests), there is a $1.00 discount off admission price (not to be used with any other discount)

The farm usually opens to the public in late September and they close in late November. They are also open in April for school field trips.

5
★★★★★

My daughter was old enough this year to really understand all of the excitement surrounding fall and Halloween and we thought it would be fun to take her to a pumpkin patch where we could get some great pictures and allow her to pick out a pumpkin. I did a search for pumpkin patches online and was pleased to find one that was located so close to us.

Dewberry Farm is a lot more than a pumpkin patch and we were pleasantly surprised to see all that they had to offer when we visited their website, and we were not disappointed when we actually went to visit, either. They have something for family members of all ages. Toddlers and preschool aged children and enjoy Little Farmersville, which includes swings, a sandbox, a slide, rocking horses, and tricycles that look like tractors for the kids to ride on a track that runs around the play area.

Another favorite area for her was the barnyard. They have "sky walking goats" that you can feed as well as chickens, pigs, ducks, geese, and even a donkey. They have pig races in this area every few hours and they also have an area with singing chickens (my daughter really got a kick out of that!). Rascal's Roundup includes activities for all ages. The corn train is a hit with the kids, but a bit bumpy for adults! Kids will love playing on the giant haystacks and the giant roller slide (adults can go down too, but it is a very bumpy ride!). Other activities in this area included a giant jumping pillow, pedal carts (they have a section for "big" kids and younger kids), Rat Racers (like a gerbil wheel for humans), and a self-propelled merry-go-round.

We ended the day with a trip out to the pumpkin patch (there are plenty of pumpkins in all sizes) and a hayride back. There is a line to "check out" and purchase your pumpkin. Be prepared for very long lines in this area. They also have a cute country store at the exit with cute crafty items and homemade candles, jams, and jellies.

Other areas and activities at the farm that we did not get the chance to visit included: a corn maze, target shooting with corn cannons, rubber duck races, a flower patch (where you can pick a bouquet), and gemstone mining.

We really had a great time and spent several hours out there. I was really nervous when we first arrived because the line was so long and it looked like it was so crowded, but the farm is so big and spread out that we didn't have to wait for any of the activities and it didn't seem "crowded" at all once we were inside.

One downfall was the hours. They are open during the week from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. for private parties (school groups, etc.) only. They are also open on Friday from 4-10 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sundays from "noon to dusk." I wish that they were open on the evenings during the week also. The prices also seem somewhat high (especially when you have to pay separately for the pumpkins), but once you are inside and see all that they have to offer, it doesn't seem as bad. The pricing is as follows:

Children under age 3 - free! (my daughter still fits this "criteria" so it worked out nicely for us)
Kids and adults (age 3-64) $9.50 plus tax
Ages 65+ $8.50 plus tax
Military and Law Enforcement Personnel $8.50 plus tax
**For groups of 15 or more (paying guests), there is a $1.00 discount off admission price (not to be used with any other discount)

The farm usually opens to the public in late September and they close in late November. They are also open in April for school field trips.

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