Area Attractions

Because sometimes you want to fly from your nest!

“From extraordinary natural wonders, scenic wineries, antiques, and more, Burnet makes an incredible destination without the crowds.” MyCurlyAdventures.com (travel blogger)

LOCAL WINERIES

Fall Creek Vineyards

Perissos Vineyard & Winery

Texas Legato Winery

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard & Winery

Wedding Oak Winery (tasting room)

7 Creeks Vineyards

Fiesta Winery (tasting room)

 

HORSEBACK RIDING

Reveille Park Ranch  

 

BIKE PARKS

Spider Mountain Bike Park

Reveille Park Ranch

 

BURNET HISTORIC DISTRICT

Town Square

Burnet Farmers and Crafts Market (Saturdays, 9a-1p)

Train Robbery Reenactment

 

MUSEUMS

Fort Croghan

Highland Lakes Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force

 

GOLF COURSES

Delaware Springs

The Legends Golf Course

 

FARMERS MARKETS

Burnet County Farmers Market

Llano Farmers & Crafters Market

 

MINIATURE GOLF/BOWLING

Putters & Gutters

 

FISHING

Clancy’s Fishing Guide Service

Ray’s Striper Guide Fishing Service

 

EASTER

Pageant (info coming soon)

 

CHRISTMAS

North Pole Flyer Train Ride

Main Street Bethlehem

Burnet Christmas on the Square

Light display

 

ANNUAL SPECIAL EVENTS

Burnet Pro Rodeo (held annually in May)

 

COMMUNITY THEATER

Hill Country Community Theatre

 

VINTAGE & ANTIQUE SHOPS

Burnet Antique Mall

Designers Market & Antiques

The Knot Hole Antiques & More

S&H Trading Post

Featured Attraction:

 

Sweet Berry Farm

Now opens for the Fall Season 2021

 

Pick flowers and wander a maze at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls. You can also feed the goats, ride the Sweet Berry Express Barrel Train, and hop on the Scarecrow Island Hayride.

Other autumn-themed attractions  include pumpkin painting, scarecrow stuffing, the Berry Bounce, and pony rides.

The farm, 1801 FM 1980, is open 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Saturday. Sunday hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. It’s closed on Wednesdays. Admission into Sweet Berry Farm and parking are free. You pay for the activities.

This year’s Texas Maze theme is “Singing Across Texas.” Look for 17 Lone Star State towns with famous songs written about them. When you find them, scan a QR code to access the recording of each tune. Maze entrance is $8 for ages 6 and older. Children younger than 6 get in free but must be accompanied by an adult.

Sweet Berry Farm, Marble Falls, Texas – Home

Face coverings are optional, but there’s plenty of space for social distancing.

The text above is copied from  (101highlandlakes.com)

 

Hayrides: $4.00 per person
(ages 2 and under are free)  

Candy Corn Kid Maze: $3.25 per person (ages 2 and under are free)

The Barnyard Maze: $3.25 per person (ages 2 and under are free)

​Pumpkin Painting: $5.25 (Per Pumpkin) 

Scarecrow Stuffing: $17.99 per ‘crow (Includes: Head, Shirt, and Pants)

Pick your own Flowers: $6.00 (Includes: Flowers, Vase, and Water)  

Sand Art: $3.25 per necklace

The Sweet Berry Express Barrel Train: $3.75 per child (150 lb. weight limit)

The Berry Bounce: $2.75 (8 to 10 minutes of jumping joy) per jumper ages 0-15

The ‘Texas’ Maze: $8.00 per person ages 6 and up. Children 5 and under are free but must be accompanied by a paying adult. Each paying pedestrian, finding all destinations will receive a free water upon completion (you’ll need it).

  
Pony Rides: (Fri, Sat, Sun Only): $5.00 per ride (100lb. weight limit)

The Pumpkin Grill (October Weekends Only) serves Grilled Corn, Hot Dogs,  PB & J sandwiches,  drinks and chips.

Pumpkins & Gourds
The pumpkins and gourds are individually priced – $0.49 per pound on most pumpkins.

Most of the Jack O Lantern pumpkins are in the $3 to $12 dollar range.  

​The gourds are $1.25 for minis and up to $10 for super large gourds.