Barton Hill Farms is set among 100-year-old cottonwood trees, rolling grassy hills and the picturesque Colorado River in Bastrop, TX. It’s the perfect setting to kick back, relax and enjoy a full day of games and good times.
The Ultimate Fall Day Trip: At Barton Hill Farms, you and the kids will love navigating the big corn maze, but there’s so much more to see and do. You’ll want to make a day of it! kids will also enjoy visiting with the farm animals, pillow jumping, face painting, a barrel train, steer dummy roping and more attractions. Also, Barton Hill Farms has a fifty-foot replica of an early Texas maritime schooner and a replica an 1800s era Texas Fort for children to play in. There’s also live music daily and lots of food & drinks to choose from. You can also head to the pumpkin patch in search of the perfect pumpkin to paint there or take home with you to carve.
The Do512 Family team took our kiddos out for a day of fun. Check out our photo highlights below:
Want to read more about what to expect on your visit? Read about 5 Favorite Things About Barton Hill Farms that we shared last year, which also has some good inside scoop on things to know before you go. You can also get many more details on their website and Facebook page, then go have some fun on the farm!
General admission is $14 and includes all of the activities (except face painting & pumpkins). Children ages 2 and under are free. SAVE $1 by ordering tickets in advance online here.
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