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8 Ideas for Fall Fun in Indianapolis [Sponsored]

Kelsay Farms

Kelsay Farms is a 6th generation family dairy farm featuring Farm tours, pumpkins, hayrides, corn maze, Bale Mountain, and dairy snacks including amazing milkshakes! Open weekends and fall break for families and weekdays for group events and schools.

Phone: (317) 796-9442
Address: 5695 E 500 N, Franklin, IN 46131


Beasley’s Orchard

A fun-filled family farm featuring apple picking, hayrides to the pumpkin patch,Minions corn maze, Barnyard Bonanza family activity zone, entertainment, food and more! Activities open Sept 22 thru Oct 31!

Phone: 317-745-4876
Address: 2304 East Main Street, Danville, IN 46122


Stonycreek Farm

Pumpkin Harvest Festival: Hayrides to pumpkin patch, school field trips, zipline, jumping pillow, climbing wall, pony and camel rides. Also available evening hayride parties with reservations.Dates/Hours:  September 30- October 31 Hours 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Phone: (317) 773­-3344
Address: 11366 State Road 38 East, Noblesville, IN 46060


Lark Ranch 

Nestled just east of Indianapolis. Lark Ranch offers an incredible value for fall family fun. Whether its picking pumpkins, riding our mile long train, or the new giant slide, Lark Ranch is the perfect way for your family to come together this fall! 

Phone: 812-295-9000
Address: 1611 N Meridian Rd, Greenfield, IN

Edge Adventures Indianapolis – Koteewi Aerial Adventure Park

The Edge Adventures Indianapolis located at Strawtown/Koteewi Park in Noblesville (Hamilton County) Indiana, Koteewi features 60 challenging treetop trails from 16-60 feet in the air with zip lines & obstacle that provide thrills for everyone at every skill level. 
Perfect for individual, group and special events! 

Phone: (317) 770-8845

Address: 11800 Koteewi Drive, Noblesville IN 46060


IUPUI Day Camps
Fall Camp will be offered October 18-20 at the Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI.
The camp is for ages 6-11 and includes a daily swim lesson. The cost is $100 and includes before and after care. Please find more information at camps.iupui.edu 

Phone: (317) 408-422
Address: 901 W New York, Indianapolis, IN 

Piney Acres Farm

Please visit the website pineyacresfarm.com or our facebook page for all of the exciting updates and details.
Dates/Hours: Sept 23 thru Oct31, Sunday thru Thursday Noon till 6pm, Friday noon till 10pm, Saturday 9am till 10pm

Phone: (317) 326-1700
Address: 1115 E 1000 North, Fortville, IN


Tuttle Orchards
Tuttle Orchards is a favorite central Indiana destination for apple picking, pumpkin patch, corn maze, tractor town kids farm area, and more. Visit the cafe for apple cider slushies, apple and pumpkin donuts, farm to table meals, and fresh dipped caramel apples. Visit our Farm Store for locally raised produce, gourmet groceries, and gifts. Fall hours: Monday-Saturday 9AM-7PM. CLOSED SUNDAY. No pets. No general admission or parking charge. visit http://www.indianapolisorchard.com/fall-overview/ for specific activity pricing and hours for each activity.

Phone: (317) 326-2278

Address: 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN 46140

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