Our favorite time of the year is here — fall. In celebration of all there is to do — from dressing up as cool characters on Halloween and carving pumpkins, to gathering with family for thanksgiving — we’ve rounded up 5 fun experiences for you to take part in with your loved ones near the Dellrose community. Have a look below at what this season has in store for you.
Saturday, October 16: 12pm – 4pm
The Dellrose Community
The Dellrose Autumn Harvest has returned for a third time, and this year it’s bigger than ever. If you’re looking to have a good time by munching on some treats, picking a pumpkin from the patch, rocking out to some DJ music and meeting your favorite animals at our petting zoo, then come on out. We’ll have food trucks galore, face painting, a 24’ rock wall and a bungee trampoline too.
25-minute drive from Dellrose
In Tomball, there’s so much to see and do from visiting the popular Tomball Farmers Market to spending the day exploring its charming city. Admire the fall colors as the leaves start to change at Spring Creek Park which spans 114-acres. You can stock up on blueberries, pears and pumpkins at Matt Family Orchard and attend the 2nd Saturday at the Depot for a family movie night under the stars.
Saturday, September 25 – Sunday, November 14
31-minute drive from Dellrose
Enjoy 8 acres of cornfield mazes, pumpkins and spooky surprises at Dewberry Farm’s Fall Fest. Here, there’s enough fun to entertain all members of the family all day long, from lawn games and rides to a barnyard filled with animals. This year, take part in the Spooky Hollow — their newest Halloween attraction that spans 7 acres and features walking trails with three different levels of freight.
Saturday, October 9 – Sunday, November 28
36-minute drive from Dellrose
Step through the magical gates of the Texas Renaissance Festival and enter an enchanted world filled with kings, queens, fairies, pirates and other historic characters. Clowns, jugglers and acrobats will never cease to amaze you with their talents, while an impressive firework display will conclude every festival night. It’s an event that you and your little ones won’t want to miss, and it’s all happening this fall season.
Every Friday & Saturday: September 25 – November 1
1 hour and 24-minute drive from Dellrose
This year, the Haunted Drive is making your Halloween festivities bigger, better and safer than ever with their one-of-a-kind drive-thru experience. With an additional acre of haunted spaces to see this season, Haunted Drive will feel brand new even if you’ve visited before. Every haunted display is made to make you feel a part of the scene and has actors on-site too. All this to say, don’t be surprised if you let out a scream or two.
Photos courtesy of: Community Impact (Tomball Farmers’ Market); ABC 13 (Dewberry Farm); Click2Houston (Texas Renaissance Festival); Only In Your State (Haunted Drive).