The fall season in Texas is an interesting beast. The temperatures are a bit cooler but still warm. Leaves are still green for the most part. But we enjoy the same fall activities as everyone else, just maybe without the heavy coats and mittens.
Looking for things to do in Houston with toddlers or things to do in Austin with toddlers? I gotchu! Here’s a fun list of fall activities for toddlers in Texas!
Fall Activities in Houston Bucket list with Toddlers
Finding things to do with toddlers in the fall can be as simple as going outdoors.
- Collect leaves and pinecones
- Jump in piles of leaves
- Go to a pumpkin patch
- Take a hayride
- Visit a petting zoo
- Take a walk through a giant maze
- Attend a local festival
- Dress up for Halloween-themed events
- Take a nature walk
- Paint or carve pumpkins
Fun fall activities with Toddlers in Houston
Houston has tons of wonderful farms and pumpkin patches to visit. Dewberry Farm and Blessington Farms are popular choices, and I’m a fan of the Old Time Christmas Tree Farm (don’t be fooled by the name). Or go to the Oil Ranch Pumpkin Patch and Scarecrow Festival.
A fun thing to do each fall is visiting the Texas Renaissance Festival. Get a wagon and enjoy the shows, face painting, and more.
November also has the annual Children’s Festival. Lots of fun for all ages.
You can check out the Fort Bend County Fair.
Have a blast at the Children’s Museum Halloween Monster Mayhem events! Or visit Zoo Boo at the Houston Zoo.
Fun fall activities with Toddlers in Austin
Always make plans for a pumpkin patch. Barton Hill Farms sounds fun! As does Sweet Berry Farm.
We loved Sweet Eats Fruit Farm when we lived in Georgetown (north of Austin)!
Visit the Round Rock Garden Center Fall Festival.
I’ve never been to a Dia de Los Muertos festival, but how fun would that be!
Oh, and Austin does Boo at the Zoo as well!
What fall activities are you planning with your toddlers?
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This adorable fox and pumpkin themed fall gratitude journal printable is perfect for the start of fall rolling into the beautiful month of November and Thanksgiving. This journal has 18 pages, and 15 gratitude journal prompts to help you think about your life and your mood during fall.
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