Fall is a favorite for many: the weather cools, and social events come to life. After a long drowsy summer, the world seems refreshed. In Austin, you’ll find plenty of events and scenic autumn views to fill your vacation with cheer.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
This wildflower viewing center is available for visits year round, with over 7,000 different plants on display.
Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail
Beginners and biking-enthusiasts alike will have a blast at Ann and Roy Butler Trail. Located close to the city center with a distance of ten miles in length, it’s a scenic and convenient escape to stretch your legs and enjoy a bit of fall scenery.
For many Americans, autumn is the time of thanksgiving. A beloved holiday, it’s a time to help the less fortunate and be grateful for all of life’s blessings. There are countless ways to give back to the city of Austin, including donations to the Inside Books Project, the SAFE Alliance or the Caritas of Austin.
Rio Frio Lodging
If you’re up for a day trip with an extra dose of nostalgia, this is the place for you. Stay in an adult-size tree house and reconnect with your inner child.
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area
Stargazing is a popular Texan activity, and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is the perfect place to try it. Grab a parking spot and enjoy the starlight sky above.
What will you do in Austin this fall?