Directions to Barton Hill Farms

Barton Hill Farms in Bastrop, Texas is the perfect place to bring the family for a nature-filled retreat. Located within a short drive of Austin, our beautiful 118-acre property within view of the Colorado River is part family farm, part entertainment venue, and part playground for young and old.

Depending on the time of year, visitors may find fields of zinnias and row after row of ripe strawberries in the U-Pick Strawberry Patch. Or they may come across a picturesque pumpkin patch and an enormous corn maze to get lost in. Games and activities, delicious food, and live music are all part of the experience during your day on the farm.

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How to Get Here

Barton Hill Farms is located just 30 miles southeast of Austin, but it feels like another world far from the congestion, noise, and pollution of a major city. Come see us in the country when the music festival crowds or the University of Texas game-day traffic drive you out of town.

To get to the farm from downtown Austin, take Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd headed east. Continue straight onto FM 969 E for 21 miles. Barton Hill Farms will be on the left.

Or take IH-35 southbound, and take exit 230 for TX-71 toward US 290 W/Bastrop. Keep left at the fork, and merge onto TX-71 E. Stay on TX-71 E for about 20 miles. Then turn left on FM 1209 N, followed by a slight left onto FM 969. Barton Hill Farms will be on the right.

About Bastrop

Tucked beneath the Lost Pines on a tranquil stretch of the mighty Colorado River lies the historic Texas town of Bastrop. Just a short 25-minute drive from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, this charming borough provides small-town fun within easy reach of big-city living.

Come to Barton Hill Farms for the day, or spend an entire weekend exploring the nature, history, and culture of Bastrop. Established in the 1820s and ‘30s by a small band of Central Texas pioneers, this little city has historical ties to the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Battle of the Alamo.

Bastrop’s historic downtown has been named a “Texas Main Street” city by the Texas Historical Commission. It’s full of mom & pop restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, breweries, and antique shops. And the surrounding countryside is packed full of family-friendly activities. 

Visit McKinney Roughs State Park nearby for hiking and zip-lining. Kayak along the Colorado River, take in live music on Main Street, or tour the Lost Pines Art Center.

There are plenty of places to stay for a weekend in Bastrop. The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa is a family-friendly resort with both an adults-only pool and an on-site water park for the kids. And there are dozens of charming vacation rentals where visitors can find their home away from home.