The sleepy town of Chappell Hill, TX will wake up October 13-14, 2018 for the 38th annual Scarecrow Festival. Vendors selling everything from food to clothing to jewelry to arts and crafts to…well, pretty much anything you can imagine will line the streets on Saturday and Sunday. Visitors drive in from all around for the annual event, and the locals know it’s the place to be for great food. Check out the Chappell Hill Sausage Company booth for a local favorite! Another Central Texas Insider tip: drive past Chappell Hill a couple of miles to visit Cindy and the gang at True Blue Home…it’s worth the drive! If you’re lucky, Honeysuckle Coffee Bistro will be open so you can grab some amazing food and coffee.
Want to know more about the Scarecrow Festival? Visit the Chappell Hill Historical Society’s website for more info.
Chappell Hill may be small and quiet, but residents love it that way! If you’re interested in historical homes and locations, Chappell Hill is a great place to visit any time of year. We recommend stopping in at Bevers Kitchen for a meal…and of course, you’ll want to save room for the pie. And the Texas Star Winery has a cranberry wine that you can’t find anywhere else, among other offerings.
Chappell Hill is absolutely stunning, and is surrounded with some of the most beautiful land in Central Texas. Texas became Texas right up the road at Washington on the Brazos, and every once in a while, if you’re lucky, Old 300 land comes up for sale. If you’re interested in owning a piece of Texas History, let Matt know! Send him a note at firstname.lastname@example.org .