HFM Dewberry Farm

Dewberry Farm

Farm: FM 362 & Morrison Rd
Brookshire, TX 77423
FROM THE Attraction

Adventure as BIG as Texas!

Opening to the public late September with acres and acres of fun at Dewberry Farm! 50+ attractions! Lotsa eating spots with good grub — seasonal live entertainment and music on KDEW radio. In the Fall: 8 acres of cornfield maze, and heaps of pumpkins. Come back again for Christmas trees and the magical Trail of Lights! Just west of Katy in metro Houston’s back yard!

Fall Festival at Dewberry Farm
Open through November 15

Reservations are required this year!  Buy tickets online or at the farm. All attractions (See Things to Dew!) included in regular Farm Admission! We still offer Face Painting and Pony Rides provided by ‘Farm Friends‘, and these activities are available with token purchase.

Christmas Trees at Dewberry Farm

Take a wagon ride or ride on the Dewville Express Train to the “forest” on the back 40 acres. Search the Christmas Forest for the right tree. Cut your tree (we furnish the saw), or we cut it for you. Ride back to Santa’s Workshop for tree baling.  There is no admission fee to visit the farm to shop for a tree before 6:00 PM.  The last wagon ride to the Christmas Tree Forest is at 5:00 PM.

We’re proud of our Trees!

We grow several varieties of trees in our Christmas Forest — read more about them below. Tree heights in the 2020 season range from 4-feet to 12-feet.  Each tree is individually priced, ranging from $30 – $220+, with an average price of $90. 

Dates & Hours Vary, Folks!

We are open for tree sales, food and fun on Black Friday, plus Saturdays and Sundays through December 13.   There is no admission fee to enter the farm to shop for a tree during the day but we do require tokens ($4 each) or a Christmas Activity Day Pass ($15 per pass) for the activities.

The Lights Before Christmas!

A beloved Christmas storybook sets the theme for the most exciting thing to DEW during the holidays at Dewberry Farm. It’s everything Christmas festooned with lights and sparkle — stars and candles, wreaths and trees, elves and more — in hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there. C’mon out and take a ride along the Trail of Lights!