Fall festivities carry on at Traders Village
SAN ANTONIO – Although most events have been canceled due to the pandemic, fall festivities at Traders Village San Antonio are in full swing. The Corny Maze will remain open until the end of November at Traders Village San Antonio. “We created the maze primarily for families to come out, do something (fun) and create memories,” Brian Billeck, marketing manager of Traders Village San Antonio, said. Organizers of the Corny Maze said they wanted to provide a sense of normalcy through fall traditions. There’s a $5 upgrade charge for those wanting to enjoy the games inside Traders Village.
Fiona + Mike show us how to get ‘that fall feeling’
SAN ANTONIO – The first day of fall is here! Mike and Fiona share with us where to find pumpkin spice lattes, camping spots, pumpkin patches, corn mazes and more near San Antonio. Check out these South Texas and Hill Country businesses and state parks where you can load up on autumn goodness:Bonus: Watch the video above for a fun fall pumpkin ring toss!
‘Fall’ in love with this Texas-sized corn maze + pumpkins from the vine
FREDERICKSBURG – Fresh from the vine, that’s what you’ll experience when you get any produce at Jenschke Orchards in Fredericksburg. The family-owned orchard has been in business since the 1960s as a roadside stand and in 2018 they opened their country store. Inside the store, you’ll find an array of jams, sauces and fall favorites, such as pumpkin butter and peach cider. “It tastes great warmed up with some cinnamon sticks,” co-owner Lindsey Jenschke said. Pumpkins can be picked straight from the vine for $0.75 a pound.
Giant corn maze opening near San Antonio in September
HONDO, Texas – This year’s corn maze at South Texas Maize just west of San Antonio in Hondo is sending a message in celebration of its 20th anniversary. In previous years, the corn maze has paid homage to Texas-based grocery chain H-E-B and the beloved San Antonio Spurs. The maze, located at Graff 7A Ranch, will open for the season on Sept. 19 and is expected to stay open through Nov. 28. We have all maze patrons go through a brief orientation prior to entering into the maze crop,” a ranch official told KSAT. Related articles:Trick-or-treating, haunted houses banned in Los Angeles due to COVID-19Texas Zombie Safari lets you shoot zombies with paintballs from response vehicles13 things to look forward to in San Antonio now that we’ve made it to September