With two kids now, it’s been hard to visit all the cool places I’d like to go and share with you. So today, I’ve teamed up with Kimie, who is a family photographer in Richardson, Texas, to share her trip and review of Preston Trail Farms Pumpkin Patch in Gunter, TX. Here’s Kimie: Thank you, Jill, for having me on the blog today! I am a Dallas Newborn Photographer, but when I’m not in the studio, I am always on the look out for a fun outing or activity for my three little people, ages 4 and under. This week we tried out the pumpkin patch at Preston Trail Farms!
For starters, let’s just acknowledge that Gunter, TX is a drive from Dallas proper. It took us about 50 minutes from Richardson to get there, with no traffic. But it is mostly highway, so the drive itself wasn’t too bad. The Preston Trail Farms pumpkin patch has 4 main events (all included in the cost of admission):
It was 97 degrees when we were there this week. It was hot, and the hay ride and pumpkin patch were in full sun. But the kids still really enjoyed it, and I did, too. I loved the exposure to farm animals and actual, growing-on-the-vine pumpkins. For us, it was worth the drive; and we’ll probably visit again next fall.
I hope this information is helpful! If you’ve been or are planning to go to the Preston Trail Farms Pumpkin Patch, please leave a comment or question below!
Thanks for sharing your trip to Preston Trail Farm Pumpkin Patch! I know before I drive an hour away with the kids, I like to know it’s worth the trip 🙂
Kimie Pruessner is a newborn and family photographer in Richardson, Texas. She enjoys teaching Spanish to her 3 young kids, playing piano, cooking, exercising, and documenting her family’s journey through photography and blogging.