Getaway to Georgetown this Fall
Close your eyes and set the scene:
a picturesque Fall stroll on “The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.”
Pumpkins line the entrances to shops and restaurants, the smell of cider lingers in the air, and the Williamson County Courthouse tree leaves are turning shades of orange and red … are you there yet?
Georgetown is the Fall destination you do not want to miss! Located 30 miles outside of Austin, Georgetown packs small-town charm and big-city fun into one spot.
Bring your appetite, Georgetown is a foodie paradise.
Whatever you may be craving, Georgetown has it. Some local favorites include El Monumento, Goodfolks, Blue Corn Harvest, and City Post. Looking for just a drink or dessert? Mosey around the Square and check out Rentsch Brewery Outpost, Grape Creek Winery, Galaxy Bakery and Coffee House, or Scoops Ice Cream
When it comes to food, drink, and delicious treats, Georgetown gives you options–too many perhaps.
Enjoy the brief Texas Foliage with some fun outdoor time.
With its bounty of local indoor charms, Georgetown is also full of natural beauty.
Starting September 10th and running through November 20th, Sweet Eats adventure farm and petting zoo will host Central Texas’s best Fall Fest.
The two-month festival delivers big-time seasonal fun, including a 4.5-acre safari-themed corn maze, a Texas-sized pumpkin patch, apple cannons, food trucks, live music, and more.
Though, if you’re looking to bring out your inner archeologist, Georgetown is home to one of the best-preserved cave systems in Texas. Inner Space Cavern offers a cool temperature of 72 degrees year-round and gives chance to explore geological marvels from ages past.
If you still have time, Georgetown also has a 1200-acre lake and many miles of hiking and bike trails that will certainly keep you busy.
Uncover a rich history, and a spooky one if you’re brave
With its well-preserved Victorian Architecture and dedication to historical conservation, Georgetown offers the unique experience of uncovering the past while playing in the future.
Interested in learning more about these historic spots? Every Friday this Fall you can take a tour of the historic Williamson County Courthouse yourself.
Looking for something a bit more mysterious? The Williamson Museum is offering spooktacular Ghosts Tours every Saturday night in October. The costumed, docent-led tours take visitors on an eerie adventure through downtown Georgetown – be prepared to unearth the haunted stories of our hundred-year-old “residents.”
From quaint guest houses, and national chain hotels to the 4-star rated Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center, the accommodations in Georgetown offer comforts and conveniences to make your stay as beautiful as the Square itself.
No matter if it’s sweater weather or sundress season, you’ll love weekend living in Georgetown.