Houston Fall Festival

Open September 2020!

It’s the 19th year of Texas-sized fun at Dewberry Farm! You’ll find old favorite attractions (the Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch!) and some delightful new ones — plus a whole lotta good things to eat and drink! Wine and beer in the BierGarten this year! Our Events Calendar will list special hours, live entertainment, and more! Come visit … again!

Houston Fall Festival

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Head towards Ft. DewHickey to find an area screaming with fun!  Shoot Cannons! Try the Jumping Pillows or the Climbing Wall! There’s a Farmer Flinger, Roller Slides, Rat Racers, the Black Momba swing … and more!

Local Fall Festivals

Sliiide Mountain

It’s a resort! Watch Pig Races or pick a boo-kay of flowers around the slopes of our 26-foot tall wildly fun Sliiide Mountain. Also here, you’ll find the Sport Ball Zone, Rat Racers, Pedal Kart track — and even more fun!

Fall Fun outside of Houston

Little Farmersville

It’s a special farm playground for the wee little folks — with swings and a playground set, Giant Sandbox, Trike Track, wildly fun Corn Box, a Roller Slide and colorful Tractor Tires to climb through. Parents can have ring-side seats to watch the fun.

Fall Festival Animals

The Local Barnyard

Our goats call Goatel 6 home — the barn houses a calf, baby chickens, sheep, pigs, and ponies.  Visit the bunnies in Bunnyville, race your duck at the Rubber Duck Races or enjoy a Pony Ride. There’s real ducks and geese, too!

Get Lost in Our Corn MAZE
Pick Pumpkins
Ride The Train
Carousel Fall Festival

Horseshoo Lake Carousel

This lovely blue lake encircles a 30-horse Carousel named Sally (Mustang Sally, get it?)!  Yep, an old-fashioned merry-go-round, complete with music and mustangs.  Enjoy the arbors (Southern for trees) — sit a spell and listen to eight historic windmills pumping.  There is also a bridge across the lake from the carousel over to DewVille Train Station! Climb in a Spider Web, play on our wooden Imagination ChooChoo and enjoy the Springy Hoppers, Fort DewHickey, and more.

Fall Festival BBQ

The Best Places to Eat!

Come hungry to really enjoy Dewberry Farm’s good country cooking at a variety of eateries scattered around the farm.  Crunch on Kettle Corn or Snow Cones. Nibble a fried Oreo! Or chow down with a plate of our famous Texas BBQ.  Want the full list? Click here!

Fall Festival Shopping

Fall Festival Shopping

Take a journey back in time to Mary’s Country Store. From sauces and jams to decorative yard art. Children can take home a piece of the farm with old fashioned toys, T-shirts and stuffed animals. You’ll find a treasure trove of Texas-themed gifts here!