Creekwood United Methodist Church is once again hosting a community-wide pumpkin patch and fall festival, events that have drawn thousands annually for a number of years.

Over seven tons of pumpkins will be brought in to create a one-of- a-kind patch. All are available for purchase, with proceeds benefitting Creekwood youth mission work. The patch is open daily from 9 a.m. to dusk.

The Creekwood Fall Festival, open to all at no charge, will be held Saturday, October 15, from 3–6 p.m. Attendees will be treated to a petting zoo, hay rides, face painting, carnival games, cake walks, a bounce house, balloon animals, hotdogs, popcorn and much more! Friends and families will have the opportunity to pose for portraits at the big red Creekwood barn, believed to be one of the oldest standing barns in Collin.

“Creekwood is blessed to have over 20 acres of property perfect for hosting community events such as this,” said senior pastor, David Lessner. “The pumpkin patch and the festival are designed to provide opportunities for families and friends to celebrate the season, fellowship and simply play.”

Creekwood Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival


  • Pumpkin Patch October 1–31, 9 a.m.–dusk
  • Festival October 15, 3–6 p.m.

Where: 261 Country Club Rd., Allen, TX 75002 (corner of Stacy and Country Club)

Cost: Free and open to everyone

Pumpkin Patch proceeds to benefit the Creekwood youth mission program.

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