The Lake Conroe area has many churches and local businesses with seasonal pumpkin patches. It is the time to either use pumpkins big and small as decor or to carve one into a jack-o-lantern. Here is a list of places you can visit for pumpkins.
First Christian Church
First Christian Church on Loop 336 hosts a large pumpkin patch every year. Pumpkins of every size fill their yard. Take photos at their staged background. It is open everyday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Hope Pentecostal Church
Hope Pentecostal Church on Freeport Drive has a pumpkin patch next door to their church building. I could not find any information online about hours, but drive by and see if they are open.
P6 Farms off of HWY 105 West of Montgomery not only is a local destination for family fun, but they also have a pumpkin patch. Visit their website for all the information you will need to plan your trip.
7 Acre Wood
The 7 Acre Wood off of Frazier Street in Conroe is a year-round destination. With tons of activities like mini-golf and paintball, they also get in the Fall Spirit with a pumpkin patch. This Saturday, October 30th, they are hosting an annual event, The Thrill at the Mill. It is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Additionally, it is FREE!
These are the Pumpkin Patches in the Lake Conroe Area. From churches to destinations, pick which fits best for your family. Any will be sure to provide you with enough pumpkins to satisfy your autumnal needs. There are many other places further out like Dewberry Farms and Old Time Christmas Tree Farm, but I wanted to focus on the Lake Conroe area only. For other Pumpkin Patches in a broader area, click here. Also, remember the Trick or Treat Event in downtown Montgomery Saturday. Additionally, remember the Fall Family Fest at Lakeside Bible Church this Sunday, October 31st from 4-6 p.m. Look for me there! Have a great and festive weekend!