In case you haven’t had the chance to get your pumpkin patch family photo opp, here’s a list of pumpkin patches around the greater Austin area that are still up and running.

Also, don't forget to get in the Halloween spirit with various events around Austin.

Austin Oaks Church

Open until: Monday, Oct. 31 

Features: This pumpkin patch is filled with over 1500 pumpkins, and as if being surrounded by 1500 pumpkins isn’t already great, all proceeds benefit The Refuge, which provides restoration and healing for girls rescued from human trafficking. 

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Sweet Berry Farm

Open until: Nov. 6

Features: Various activities including "Stuff Your Own Scarecrow," "Scarecrow Island Hayrides," hay mazes for children, the "Sweet Berry Express Barrel Train," the opportunity to pick your own flowers, pumpkin pie flavored ice cream, picnic tables, face painting, and horses and goats to pet. 

Graff 7A Ranch, Home of the South Texas Maize 

Open until: Nov. 20

Features: Their famous 7 acre maze, pumpkins galore, jumping pillows, the "Matter-Corn Mountain Slide," farm hayrides, campfires, food and weekend entertainment. This pumpkin patch is further out in Hondo, but it’s worth it for a fun family day trip. 

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Bethany Lutheran Church & Preschool 

Open until: Their fall festival is Oct. 30 from 3-6 p.m. 

Features: A petting zoo, hayride, bouncy houses, cotton candy, popcorn, pony rides, carnival games, balloons, food trucks, a trombone choir, and of course, a pumpkin patch. 

Evergreen Farms

Open until: Sunday, Oct. 30 

Features: A pumpkin hunt, including a wagon ride into the Christmas tree fields where pumpkins are hidden in the trees and pumpkin decorating,

Barton Hill Farms

Open until: Nov. 13

Features: A pumpkin patch, their Lonesome Dove Maze, their Spookly the Pumpkin Kiddy Maze, barnyard animals, sack races, pumpkin painting, live music, food, drinks, and many more games and attractions.

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