Every year, families flock to the Texas Hill Country to enjoy their fall vacations. 

In fact, millions of people have come and gone with their own stories to tell. But some of the most interesting stories have to do with the fun fall activities in Austin. The memories are mostly of hayrides that take us over rolling hills, pumpkin picking activities, and giant jump-in-the-air water balloon fights that bring us closer to our family and friends. 

So, are you ready to make your own stories this fall season? If yes, explore our guide to find out the best pumpkin patches in Austin. 

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1115 Farm to Market 969, Bastrop TX, 78602
Spend a pleasant fall day in Central Texas at the Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch at Barton Hill Farms.
It is the perfect place to take memorable family fall pictures under the beautiful cottonwood trees.
Choose the pumpkins of your choice from their lovely pumpkin farm. Discover corn maze and other amazing 30+ fall activities at Branton Hill Farms.
When you're through, have a rest, unwind on a swing under a shady tree, and let the river wash all of your worries away.
Barton Hill Farms will be open on weekends from 1st October to 6th November.
3780 White Owl Lane, Temple TX, 76501
It is one of the best pumpkin patches in Austin to find the best pumpkin, delicious treats, wine, and beer.
You are not restricted to pumpkin picking in the Robinson pumpkin patch. In addition to pumpkin picking, activities like a corn maze, barrel train, corn cannons, hayrides, bounce house, arts and crafts, horseshoes, petting zoo, and more are available. They are continuing this happening fall festival till 30th October.
3117 State Hwy 159, LaGrange TX, 78945
The Jersey Barnyard in the rolling hills is surrounded by beautiful oak trees. Pumpkins aside, this farm also grows squash, gourds, ornamental corn, and corn stalks. A must-visit spot for a fun-filled day with family!