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Our Tips to enjoy the Texas Tulips!

When, where to go and tips to get the best visit

Texas Tulips Pilot Point

What is the “Texas Tulips” at Pilot Point?

It’s a You-Pick Farm for beautiful Tulips, and also an excellent spot for Photographs.
They have a beautiful tulip field of 6 acre where you can pick your own tulips to create your own tulip bouquet.

You can choose from thousands of tulips in exuberant different colors and they’ll be packed in pretty paper!

Where is it?

10656 FM 2931, Pilot Point, Texas 76258

Texas Tulips
Photo Credit: Kelley Thomas

Opening Hours

They’re open seven days a week from 10 am to 8 pm, season starting early in March and ending at the end of the month (exact date to be confirmed)

Texas Tulips March
Photo Credit: Kelley Thomas

When is the best time to go?

We think the ideal sweet spot to see the Tulips at their best is in the middle of March once you’ve allowed a little more time for them to bloom, especially given the impact of the snowstorm before they opened.

Texas Tulips North Texas
Photo Credit: Kelley Thomas


The Entrance fee is $5/person, free for Babies (12 months and under)
Veterans/Seniors/Field Trips/Large Groups have a discount entrance fee: $7.50/person (includes three tulips) (only during the week on business days)

Parking is free.

Professional Photographers can purchase a day pass for a $25 entrance fee.

To Pick Tulips it is $2.50/stem (tulip flowers will be wrapped in pretty paper and stems will be put in flower gel)
Picking baskets available on the field

Tulips in Texas
Photo Credit: Kelley Thomas

What to bring and wear

No coolers or outside food or drinks are allowed, but a small bread bag is permitted. They have concessions available there with snacks, chips, candy and sodas.

Ensure you wear the right type of clothing and footwear for the field – depending on weather conditions.

It’s an isolated patch of land, so there may be windy conditions.

Accessibility for Pets and those with Disabilities

  • Dogs are not allowed (including in the parking lot or left in the car) but if you have a service dog, contact them first.
  • Wheelchairs are possible when the weather conditions are good and always under guidance of someone

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