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Bluebonnet Festival and Trails in Texas

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Since 1932, bluebonnets in Texas have helped to beautify our roads and highways. Due to a mild and rainy winter, bluebonnet season is upon us earlier than usual. The wildflowers are predicted to bloom in Texas until early May, before summer temperatures start. If you’re looking for a fun bluebonnet festival to attend or bluebonnet trail, Realty Austin has the details. Read below for bluebonnet events during Springtime or check out our complete guide to Austin’s bluebonnets.

Bluebonnet Events in Springtime

Bluebonnet Festival in Burnet

Image of Bluebonnet Statue in Burnet

Burnet, Texas is celebrating our state flower with a Bluebonnet Festival during the second weekend of April. Shopping, live bands and street dance, fabulous air show and an opening parade (with pets) is just a couple of the things they offer at the festival!

52nd Annual Bluebonnet Festival in Chappell Hill

Image of field of bluebonnets in Chappell Hill

For the duration of two days in April, Chappell Hill, Texas boasts more than 250 juried exhibitors, country-style food, live entertainment and music with tours of the historic community for their 52nd Annual Bluebonnet Festival.

Ennis Bluebonnet Trails

Image of field of bluebonnets in Ennis

Officially recognized as the “Bluebonnet Capital of Texas,” Ennis, Texas showcases over 40 miles of breathtaking Bluebonnet Trails sponsered by their local Garden Club. Their website provides a map of the trails.

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