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Where to Enjoy Fall Fun in Spring, TX

Fall is in the air, and many of the Spring, TX area's autumn traditions have returned. Augusta Woods residents live a short drive from many favorite fall activities, including several that are perfect for our 55+ active community. Here are our top picks for the best places to enjoy fall fun in Spring, TX!

  1. Spend an Afternoon in the Pumpkin Patch

This tree farm is home to one of the area's most iconic pumpkin patches during October, and Spring residents can spend an afternoon taking a scenic walk among hundreds of pumpkins while enjoying seasonal snacks and taking fall-themed photos. Whether you're interested in choosing the perfect pumpkin to decorate your apartment for Halloween, planning a weekend of baking your favorite pumpkin pie, or simply taking a scenic walk among fall foliage, this iconic pumpkin patch is a favorite autumn tradition for a reason. 

  1. Go Apple Picking at Atkinson Farms

No October is complete without homemade apple pie, and Atkinson Farms is Spring's most popular option when it comes to picking your own apples. The farm also offers a variety of other locally-grown seasonal produce to suit every taste. There’s even a corn maze!

  1. Fall Harvest Community Festival

This year's Fall Harvest Community Festival in nearby Houston will be held on Saturday, October 23 from 12 pm to 4 pm. This festival brings the best of fall to one memorable event, including food, raffles and giveaways, music, and games. It all makes for a fun place to spend time with friends while enjoying the cooler weather.

No matter what your favorite seasonal activities are, you're sure to find ways to enjoy some fall fun in Spring. Add one of these fall traditions to your October calendar today, then contact us to learn more about our senior community.

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