Location: Dewberry Farms is located in Brookshire, TX which is just past Katy. Don't let the city limit scare you away; it's an easy drive. Their physical address is:
FM 362 (at Morrison Road) Brookshire, TX 77423 281.934.3276
Hours: September 24, 2011 through November 13, 2011 Saturdays: 10 a.m. to dusk Sundays: noon to dusk
General Admission: Children 2 and under: FREE Kids (age 3-54): $12 Seniors 55+: $9 Military/Law Enforcement: $10
General admission includes: Wagon Ride Corn Maze Barrel Train Fort Dewhickey Hay Mountain Giant Roller Slide Black Mamba Duck Races Pig Races Farmer Flinger Little Farmsville
*Additional activities must be purchased separately. Too see prices, click here.
Farm Wagon Rides During the fall season, a tractor drawn hay wagon transports guests of Dewberry Farms from the main attraction area to the pumpkin patch. Along the way, guests can see the corn maze as well as the Christmas tree forest where over 16,000 trees are grown. After Thanksgiving, guests can choose their own Christmas tree to cut and take home for the holidays.
Hay Mountain Hay Mountain is a simple concept - a 12-foot high stack of hay bales set up for climbing and jumping - but kids just can't get enough of it. It is definitely a crowd favorite among Dewberry visitors.
Kidilla Hoppers The hoppers at Dewberry are essentially a far less dangerous version of a trampoline. Gigantic tarps are inflated and mounted to the ground making the perfect surface for jumping. Think outdoor bounce house without walls. And to keep things even more safe, there is a smaller version of the original Kidilla Hopper designated for the tots.
Pedal Carts If your little one is dying for a go-cart experience but the thought of your 6-year-old behind the wheel of any motorized vehicle makes you cringe, you can thank Dewberry Farm for the pedal cart racetrack. Kiddos still get to experience the thrill of the race minus the possible neck injuries.
Corn Train A 20-car barrel train makes figure eights through a designated dirt area of Dewberry Farm. And of course, it's tractor-drawn. Kids and adults alike seem to really enjoy this attraction.
The Golden Goat Bridge This is a one-of-a-kind experience for children and adults. Use a conveyor belt to send snacks to several resident goats including Linnie, Winnie, Bennie and Earl.
Little Farmersville This area is a place where smaller visitors can have hours of free play with tractor-style trikes, spring horses, swings and a nice shaded area for parents to watch it all from a safe viewing distance.