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Festive Fall Events For Your Family

Oct 20, 2020 4:34:35 PM / by The Bryson Blogster

It’s fall, y’all, and while our favorite festivities might look a little different, there are still plenty of awesome activities for families to enjoy — starting with our Truckin’ Thru Bryson Fall Home Tour. Join us all October long for a fun cruise through our community starting with maps and free tote bags at The Backyard Amenity Center.

Check out the details:

Truckin’ Thru Bryson Fall Home Tour

The Backyard Amenity Center
1960 Pleasant Hill Road, Leander, TX 78641

Cruise through Bryson for socially distanced fall-themed fun. Pick up maps and free tote bags at The Backyard Amenity Center, tune into our Spotify playlist and get rolling. Visit our four model homes for sweet treats and enjoy Halloween humor along the drive. Our 1954 Chevrolet will be decorated for fall and can serve as a backdrop for family photos.

Don’t Miss Out on These Local Fall Festivities:

Here are some more upcoming festivals you won’t want to miss:

Tricks & Treats Spooktacular

Mason Homestead
5-9:30 p.m. Fri., Oct. 30

Costume up the little ones and head to the Homestead for Spooktacular treats. Socially distanced candy stations will be set up for trick-or-treating followed by a showing of Hocus Pocus on the front lawn. Registration required if you are staying for the movie.

Halloween "ON" the Hall

City Hall Campus
Dusk, Mon.-Sat., Oct. 19-31

Cedar Park is setting City Hall aglow with spooky lights and backdrops for some Instagram-worthy and socially distant selfies. Building 4 at City Hall will have selfie backdrops in the windows for more photo ops.

Texas Pumpkin Fest

9 a.m.-8 p.m. daily through Oct. 31
$5 per person weekdays, $10 per person weekends

Explore five acres of pumpkins and gourds at this Leander pumpkin patch. Tractor rides, hayrides, pony rides and face painting available for a fee. Free live music on the weekends. Food trucks, games, and photo opportunities abound. Live music on the weekends.

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival

9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. and 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. through Nov. 8
$12 per person

Georgetown is the place for pumpkin patches, corn mazes, live music and fall-themed fun. Visitors can take part in more than 30 activities including pony rides, a petting zoo, a hay maze, face painting, jump pads, treasure mountain, pumpkin sling shots, pig races and more.

H-E-B Center Tailgate Series

H-E-B Center
7:30 p.m. various dates through Dec. 6
Ticket prices vary

Load up your car, truck or van with coolers, grills and the family and head out to the north parking lot of the H-E-B Center for comedians, live music and a social-distanced tailgate party. The remaining October line-up includes:

Oct. 23

Oct. 24
Nate Bargatze

Oct. 25
Steel Panther


The Bryson Blogster

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Just north of Austin, Bryson is a master-planned community featuring new homes in Leander, exciting amenities, and acclaimed Leander ISD schools.

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