Bastrop is home to a long and fascinating history, promising an unforgettable and even spooky escape this fall! Check out our list of Halloween fun happening in Bastrop this month:
It’s that time of year – get ready to dig, drink and be merry! Local favorite Neighbor's Kitchen & Yard is hosting Plant Nite on Oct. 16. This family-friendly event gives visitors a chance to design and customize fall or Halloween-themed succulent planters.
If you love to be scared around Halloween time, look no further than Scream Hollow! A nearly 20-acre Halloween theme park, Scream Hollow has four separate and distinct attractions for visitors to experience – each designed to be unique, yet just as intense as the others. After a terrifying, yet fun time, you can enjoy the onsite bar, live music, food vendors and much more!
If you’re a scary movie buff, we recommend heading to The Gas Station. The original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre filmed scenes at this famous location. Nowadays, it’s a barbecue joint and motel. Visitors can also buy film-related swag such as movie posters, signed photos, T-shirts and figurines. On some nights, you can even catch a horror movie shown on the patio!
For a day of painting and fun with the family, head to Sugar Shack for its yearly Pumpkin Painting event on Oct. 26. Each ticket holder will receive plenty of paint and other crafts to create a festive pumpkin. You’ll also get to enjoy spooky punch and goodies while decorating your pumpkin!
Treats, No Tricks
Dress up and head to Mayfest Park for the second annual Halloween Bash on Oct. 31. This family-friendly night will include popcorn, cotton candy, bouncy houses, hayrides, games, goodies and more!
Enjoy pumpkin patches, corn mazes and much more at Barton Hill Farms this fall! Every weekend through Nov. 3, visitors can experience the farms’ Fall Festival Weekends, which includes delicious food, live music and several family-friendly activities.
Plan your spooky and fun visit today and you’ll be welcomed to all types of Halloween fun in Bastrop!