It’s one of our favorite times of the year at Hospitality Health ER. That’s because it’s time to enjoy the outdoors with crisp autumn weather, the beauty of changing foliage, and family time at one of the pumpkin patches in Longview. Fresh air does a body good!
As a matter fact, there’s been scientific proof that spending time outdoors provides a number of health benefits like increase in brain function, exposure to Vitamin D, graceful aging, lower stress levels, and balanced moods. So if you want to take advantage of all the benefits of outdoor play, why not start with one of these fun fall pumpkin patches close by?
Pumpkin Patches in Longview, Tyler, and Gilmer
Calie’s Acre (Gilmer, TX): Calie’s Acre is still one of our top pumpkin patches in Longview, because there’s just so much to do. Where do we start? From hayrides, spooky mazes, and a music garden, to duck races, wheel walks, and more games, your family is sure to have a lot of fun — and perhaps burn a few calories while they’re at it. And you have a lot of time to get there. Calie’s Acre 2017 Pumpkin Patch Season runs from September 25th to November 3rd, Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm, Saturdays from 9am-5pm, and Sundays from 12pm-5pm. General admission is only $5.00 and you can purchase tokens for additional activities.
Ellis Home & Garden (Longview, TX): On Thursday, October 19th, Ellis Home and Garden will be hosting their 5th Annual Pumpkin Patch from 4:30-9:30pm. Take the kids after school and enjoy pumpkin decorating, face painting, bouncy houses, and a petting zoo. They will also have many photo backgrounds so you can take lots of festive fall photos. General admission is free with activities ranging from $1.00-$3.00.
Moore Farms (Tyler, TX): Want to be greeted by a sea of orange pumpkins? Visit Moore Farms in Tyler where your family can hop aboard a hayride, get lost in mazes, sort through pumpkins in the Big Red Barn, and join in on some barnyard fun. Don’t forget your camera for photo opps! Moore Farms is open to the public from September 30 through October 29, 2017: Saturdays 10am-6pm and Sundays 1pm-5pm.