Things to Do in Austin to Enjoy the Fall Weather

Cooler weather, holiday fun, and exciting events are moving into Austin very quickly. Whether you are looking for something to do this weekend or somewhere to go to enjoy the comfortable weather, here are some great activities for everyone in your group to enjoy.

Mt. Bonnell is a popular destination for those looking to enjoy the cooler air and spectacular views of Downtown Austin. Climb to the top of Austin’s highest peak and soak up the natural beauty this popular destination has to offer.

Zilker Park hosts events all year long but, outside of those happenings, you can also enjoy the Austin Nature and Science Center, the Zilker Zephyr, or canoe around Town Lake. Have a picnic, enjoy a game of soccer, or just go bird watching. It’s a gorgeous area to enjoy the great outdoors in Austin.

Take a stroll around the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and enjoy the natural beauty of this popular location. Go kayaking on the lake, enjoy the walking and bike trails, or simply soak up some sun while enjoying the scenery.

Spend the day in the Hill Country riding the Hill Country Flyer or make a day trip out of it with a short drive to Inks Lake State Park or Enchanted Rock.

McKinney Falls in South Austin is a great way to enjoy the natural scenery. Walk through history, search for dinosaur tracks that have survived millions of years of inhabitants, or see where the natives lived around these amazing falls.

Pioneer Farms is a great time for the entire family with DIY workshops, guided tours, and a living history park and museum. Go see how our ancestors lived and learn more about the area that you may not have known.

There is always something on the horizon in Austin but these daily activities will help you enjoy it more. In between all the festivals and events that take place in our wonderful city, these activities are perfect for those looking to avoid the crowded scenes and enjoy nature.

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