The fall season's cooler temperatures and changing landscape colors set the stage for a fantastic time to visit the Texas Hill Country.
Fredericksburg's fall festivals are a major reason to visit during the autumn months, and they will return after taking a year hiatus in 2020. Every weekend features something new and fun, so you can't go wrong!
Here are a few insider tips to help your time in Fredericksburg even more fun!
- BestFest is a local favorite! Come hungry- there is plenty of it!
- It is best to purchase tickets in advance for Food and Wine Fest as there are several events you won't want to miss!
shop the latest fall fashions
explore the great outdoors
Hiking, biking, birding or just a casual stroll are all possibilities in Fredericksburg during the fall. The area's outdoor trails and parks are filled with unique wildlife, scenic vistas and space to roam. You will need a reservation for the area's most popular outdoor attraction - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Area farms and orchards will also offer pumpkin picking and buying opportunities during the fall.
Try Texas Wine
October is Texas Wine Month and the area's more than 50 vineyards and tasting rooms will be offering some of their newest vintages. Spend the day on a winery patio enjoying the autumn breeze and the changing colors of trees and vines in the surrounding hills. Texas Hill Country Wineries will again offer their Texas Wine Month Passport, which provides a great sampling of the area's vinos.