This Pumpkin Patch Near Dallas Is Super Cheap

Pumpkin patches are amazing and a great way to kick off fall. So grab your gals and do just that! Shadow Creek Pumpkin Farm is having an opening day for their pumpkin patch and they are offering so much more than pumpkins this year. The 10-acre lot will open on September 28 and tickets are only $10 to experience it all that day.

With your ticket, you'll be able to go on endless hayrides and run through the corn maze as many times as you'd like. Sometimes you have to cheat your way through the first round so that you can go again and feel like you accomplished it. At only $10, this is the perfect spot to spend the day with your friends and enjoy unlimited activities that not many pumpkin patches don't offer.

One of the more popular attractions at the farm will be their free swing. While you walk around picking out the perfect pumpkin to take back for your front door, have a go on the swing for a great Insta shot. There's also tons of shade around for you to rest in while picking out your next activity.

The farm will run from September 28 to October 27 if you can't make it for opening day. You can visit during the weekends when they are open to the public, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Shadow Creek Farm is located at 1530 Indian Creek Drive, Midlothian, Texas 76065. For more information on this pumpkin patch, including a full list of activities, check out their Facebook event page here

The pumpkin fun doesn't have to stop there. Check out Pumpkin Nights when it comes to Arlington this fall with over 3,000 glowing pumpkins. 

Shadow Creek Farm 

Price: $10

When: September 28 - October 27 

Address: 1530 Indian Creek Dr., Midlothian, Texas 76065

Why You Need To Go: This farm is a great place to spend the day this fall, seeing as their $10 tickets allow for unlimited fun. 

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