Adventure Birthday- 2 hours adventures, $25 for each guest and Birthday kid free. Edge Adventures aerial parks are treetop trails ranging from 16-60 feet in the air. Participants choose their own self guided course and engage in a combination of obstacles and zip lines as they maneuver their way through different trails with a progressive degree of challenges. Outstanding ACCT certified staff will assist all guests. Edge Adventures provides all safety equipment, helmet, harnesses, belays and gloves. Guest will participate in a safety briefing and practice course. Participants have the thrill of climbing, zipping and working through the courses with the security of knowing that they are 100% on the safety line from start to finish.
7125 Fall Creek Road North, Indianapolis, IN
Fair Oaks Farms is an escape to the country with acres of great outdoor fun, food and learning where you can explore family farms and reconnect with nature, animals and our planet.
856 N 600 E, 47943
In 1999, Rex and Janice Zenor, purchased the land that is now known to so many as Piney Acres Farm. Rex had always been fond of tree farms, but as the years passed it grew into a passion and a dream to bring his own tree farm to life – a Christmas tree farm to be exact! For the Zenors, it’s all about seeing families enjoy themselves and make memories that will last a lifetime. The 73 acre farm offers wide open space where families can connect and enjoy interactive hands-on farm fun in the fresh country air.
1115 E. 1000 N, 46040
You Pick fruit farm located in central Indiana that offers many amenities such as: hand dipped ice cream, our own fudge, fruit pies, gifts, locally grown produce, and much more! Schedule your private party at Spencer Farm. This is perfect for your next group, birthday, or company party! The venue includes 3 picnic tables, an extensive grass area surrounded by woods and a vineyard, a firepit, trash disposal, portable serving tables if needed, and portable restrooms.
7177 E. 161st Street, 46060
In 1967 our organization began in a small pumpkin patch on Sergeant Road in Indianapolis. Many families and school children soon learned about “the patch” and in three years, we outgrew that location. The search for a special place where families could have a real farm experience led to Noblesville. An 1860s era farm situated on 50 acres of rolling farmland and woods became the new home of the “Pumpkin Harvest Festival.” The farm was named after Stony Creek, which meanders through the property. This creek was a Native American trade route and the site of an old gristmill. Many changes have occurred at Stonycreek Farm, but we still take great joy in seeing children pick their first pumpkin, go creek stomping with the YMCA, or listening to a church group singing on an autumn hayride. We now have third generation families picking their own pumpkins and starting a new tradition of cutting their own Christmas trees. We hope you and your family will join us and make the farm one of your family traditions. We look forward to seeing you this year as we celebrate our 43rd Anniversary!
11366 State Road 38, 46060