Have a party at Dewberry Farm!



Children’s Birthday Parties

Put smiles on the faces of all the children when you host a birthday party at Dewberry Farm during our Fall season! Where else can you ride a Cow Train, explore Fort DewHickey, meet Barnyard Animals or squeal at the Pig Races? Throw in acres and acres of Corn Maze to explore, a wagon ride to the Pumpkin Patch … and lots more! Imagine entertaining in a setting like this below! We have options for a Party Tent or a Free Range Party for your group.  You bring the cake and the kids this Fall — and plan to have a blast at one of the Houston area’s most exciting entertainment venues. Reservations are required, folks!


Corporate or Group Events

How about an evening at Dewberry Farm for your next event? During our Fall season, Friday nights are now open for corporate or private events, for 300 people or more (we’re closed to the general public). On Saturday and Sunday, which are general public business hours, our Party Barn may be reserved. Additionally, we have options for events during other seasons. Use our form to make a reservation or get more info!


Party Facilities

  • We have two sizes of Party Tents that are used mostly for birthday parties. They will accommodate from 10 to 70 guests. These are located in various spots around the farm.
  • Our 7,000 square foot covered Party Pavilion may be rented for any group functions during the Fall and Spring seasons. The pavilion can seat approximately 300 guests, with picnic tables provided.
  • Our 5,000 square foot Party Barn (shown above) may be reserved during the week and/or on the weekends during our Fall Season. Private catering available. 


A deposit is required to reserve a corporate event.   MC, VISA, Discover and business checks accepted. Payment for Birthday Parties is required in full at the time reservations are made.

Food Purchases:
The many food venues at Dewberry Farm will assure that your guests do not leave hungry.  Ask us about catering your event.  New for 2016:  We now allow guests to bring a picnic and non-alcoholic drinks into the farm.