Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival
The Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival began in 1991 and has grown exponentially over the years. It is a celebration of the pumpkin and fantastic family event in the village of Hartsburg.
The festival can be reached via the Katy Trail and several vendors are within a stones throw of the Depot in Hartsburg.
Highlights of the festival include crafts, tasty food, pony rides, and you guessed it, pumpkins!
The festival opens at 9 AM with a parade and Saturday, October 9th.
Vendors, food and activities will continue throughout the day on Saturday, October 9th and Sunday October 10th.
Promotional video for past festival:
Directions for festival attendees
From Route A go south on Old Highway 63. Veer right onto North Mt. Pleasant Road and continue south. Follow North Mt. Pleasant Road south and continue on it as it changes to South Mt. Pleasant Road. Veer right onto Soft Pit Hill Road. Continue on Soft Pit Hill Road until it changes to Hartsburg Bottom Road. Continue west on Hartsburg Bottom Road until you reach Bush Landing Road. Turn right on Bush Landing Road and you will be directed to the parking area.
Upon leaving the festival you will be directed west and north on River Road. Continue traveling north on River Road until you reach Route M in Wilton. Turn right on Route M and follow it through Ashland back to Highway 63.
Route A will be closed to festival traffic with the exception of motorcycles. Christian School Road will be closed to festival traffic. Both Route A and Christian School will be open to local traffic while the festival is operating.