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Best 2022 Fall Events in Bastrop County and Surrounding Areas

Now that fall is here, our Texas weather is starting to change. Soon the trees will start to turn and drop their leaves. Its the season for pumpkin patches, corn mazes, trick or treating, and pumpkin spice lattes. Sunny Meadows RV Park and Sunny Bastrop RV Park wishes everyone a great Fall full of family gatherings and plenty of pumpkin pie.
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Whether you’re looking for good old-fashioned family fun, adult activities, or spooky thrills, Bastrop County and the surrounding areas has many places to be this fall. Its preparing for a busy fall with an exciting lineup of festivals and events. Indeed, you’ll find everything from pumpkin patches, hay rides, live music to mouthwatering foods. Here is a round-up of the top 2022 autumn activities. 

Pumpkin Patch at Community Gardens

Location: 1067 HWY 71 W, Bastrop, TX
Date: October 1 to Oct 30
Opens: 9 am to 6 pm
Cost: Free admission

Returning for its fifth year, Pumpkin Patch at Community Gardens promises to be bigger and better. A collection of amazing locally grown businesses will work together as a team to deliver this incredible Bastrop fall event. Expect lots of pumpkins, a bounce house, train rides, pumpkin painting, and an inflatable park with playscapes for kids. Certified foodies and craft beer lovers won’t be disappointed too.

Barton Hill Farm’s Fall Festival

Location: 1115 FM 969, Bastrop, TX
Date: October 1 to Nov 6
Opens: 10 am to 6 pm
Cost: Tickets start at $21, depending on the activities

Without a doubt, one of the top Bastrop County event this fall has to be the Barton Hill Farm’s Festival. Here you’ll find a gathering of more than 30 fun fall activities in one place. Don’t worry about space, as the farm is a 118-acre property, so you’ll have plenty of room to spread out.

You can look forward to the dazing corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, charming sunflower field, and live music from familiar bands. Kids will love the hay rides, duck races, and fishing contests. Plus, you’ll appreciate the rolling grassy hills and the picturesque views of the Colorado River.

Texas Pumpkin Fest

Location: 8760 FM 2243, Leander, TX
Date: October 8-30
Opens: 10 am to 7 pm on Tues – Sun
Cost: Tickets free to $10, plus other activities

The Texas Pumpkin Fest has moved to the new address above to give visitors more room and more attractions.

Tuesdays are free for everyone.

Wednesday and Thursday is $5 per person.

Friday to Sunday cost $10 but gets you in with unlimited access to all the standard attractions.  Train rides, face painting, pumpkin smashin’, and axe throwing are extra.

This festival will have magic shows, pirate ship ride, ferris wheel, tent of terror, kiddie trains, and many, many other events.  Checkout their website for more details.

Pumpkin Patch

Spooky Sesh Camping Festival

Location: 9717 Sunflower Dr, Austin, TX
Date: Fri, Oct 28 to Sun, Oct 30
Cost: $35 to $150

Hunting for a twisted experience this fall? Attend the Spooky Sesh event for some heart-pounding activities. There will be haunted trails, food trucks with different treats, access to a skate park, outdoor lounge areas, a cliff jumping platform, and scary movies.

This is a 21 and older event and attendees can purchase a day pass or a two day camping pass. The event will have a haunted trails, food trucks, music stages with amazing artists, a cash bar and several other awesome events.

Texas Monthly BBQ Fest

Location: 504 City Park Rd, Lockhart, TX
Date: November 5 and 6
Opens: 12 pm to 4 pm
Cost: $43 to $203

For those looking to engage your taste buds, head to Texas Monthly BBQ Fest. There will be a stellar lineup of barbecue joints at the event, each one showcasing a unique way of celebrating the many aspects of Texas barbecue. Of course, there will be live music and beverages to wash down the 5-star steak. Notably, ticket sales will support donations to feed the less fortunate across Texas.

The Annual Austin Powwow

Location: 7311 Decker Lane, Austin, TX
Date: Sat, November 12
Opens: 9 am to 9 pm
Cost: $7

Another of the best fall events near Bastrop is the Annual Austin Powwow. Here you’ll get a fascinating look into the rich culture and heritage of Native American people. For nearly three decades, this event has brought Native American dancers and singers from across the country to the Austin area. You can also shop for unique items at the native market and enjoy irresistible traditional cuisine.

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