Come visit us for Bastrop's Juneteenth Celebration. Activities include a parade, street dance and a car, truck and motorcycle show. From a 5-star resort and luxury yurts to cozy cabins and a Victorian B&B, there are a lot places to rest and recharge in-between event. Read on for details surrounding one of the best Juneteenth celebrations in Texas:

CHECK IT OUT
MENU
CLOSE

Sarah Jenkins House

  • 1710 Main St
  • Bastrop, TX 78602
Details
After her husband, Edward, was killed by Indians, Sarah Jenkins moved into this home with three children and a baby on the way. Sarah married Reverend James Northcross in 1835 who died at the Alamo next year. Her son John Holland, joined Sam Houston's army in 1836, but returned to help his mother flee Bastrop during the "Runaway Scrape."
Map