Fall Fun in Indianapolis

Check out these Ideas for Fall Fun in Indianapolis!


Dull’s Tree Farm and Pumpkin Harvest

The Pumpkin Harvest at Dull’s Tree Farm provides fall fun for the whole family! Take a hike through the 8-acre corn maze, and then pick your very own pumpkin from our pumpkin patch. Re-energize with some food from the Feed Bunk and wash it down with a refreshing apple cider slushy. But make sure to leave room for a freshly made apple cider donut from the Sugar Shack! Then you will be ready to explore all of our other fun farm activities! With over 40 to choose from, including slides, sling shots, trikes, mazes, mini zip line, barrel train and more, you will be sure to leave with some good old down-on-the-farm memories that will last for years to come.

Phone: (765) 325-2418
Address: 1765 W Blubaugh Avenue, Thorntown, IN 46071
Dates: September 25, 26 and October 2-3, 7-10,14-17, 21-24, 28-31


Tuttle Orchards

Tuttle Orchards offers lots of fall fun. In September enjoy our sunflower meadow and cut your own sunflowers. In October, visit the pumpkin patch. All fall enjoy the Tractor Town Kids Area, Corn Maze, cut your own sunflowers, apples cider slushies, and pick up some apples in the Farm Store. Check out our special playdates in September for families to enjoy fun at a discounted rate. CLOSED SUNDAY. Check website for all the most current information.

Phone: (317) 326-2278
Address: 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN 46140
Dates: Open through October 31


Beasley’s Orchard

A fun-filled family farm with an 8-acre Corn Maze, Hayrides to the U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, Apple Cannons, Barnyard Bonanza Activity Area, Music, Food, and more Fall family fun! Activities open September 25th and run EVERY DAY through October 31st!

Phone:‭ (317) 745-4876‬
Address: 2304 East Main Street, Danville, IN 46122
Dates: September 25- October 31, 2021


ZooBoo at the Indianapolis Zoo

Come to the Zoo for super-duper Halloween activities, amazing animals and pumpkins galore! ZooBoo is always a fun family experience for itty-bitty ghouls and goblins, as well as the bigger kids. October weather means active animals, colorful foliage and a new season to explore. Combine that with engaging, hands-free activities, spooktacular costumes and trick-or-treating — plus, the chance to boogie-woogie to a live DJ — and you’ve got an unforgettable family tradition.

Phone: (317) 630-2001
Address: 1200 West Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46222
Dates: October 6-31, Wednesdays- Sundays only


Keslay Farms

Experience the Farm! Corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, pumpkins, the Jump Pad, Straw Bale Mountain, Moo Choo Express rides, play in the corn crib, pumpkin painting, snacks, milkshakes and more!

Phone: (317) 535-4136
Address: 6848 N 250 E., Whiteland, IN 46184
Dates: October 1-31, 2021

 


Piney Acres Farm

Pick a pumpkin, take a hayride, explore the corn maze, fire the air cannon, play in the kid’s zone, dig for fossils, mine for gems, jump and giggle on the bounce pad, take a spin on the cow train, visit our barnyard friends and enjoy yummy fall treats in our farm store. We can’t wait to see you for Piney Acres Farm’s 2021 Fall Pumpkin Roundup! Located just minutes from Indianapolis in Hancock County. Open daily September 25-October 31, 2021. Covid-19 precautions are required and in place.

Phone: (317) 326-1700
Address: 1115 E. 1000 N., Fortville, IN 46040
Dates:
September 25-October 31, 2021


Russell Farms Pumpkin Patch

Enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, 2 scavenger hunt corn mazes, Mt. Russell slide, a huge jumping pillow, miniature golf, pedal carts for all ages, pedal tractors, playground areas, concessions, a country store full of apple cider, fudge, fall decorations, and more on a safe farm with fresh country air and lots of pumpkins and gourds!! Open Saturdays and Sundays 10 am-6 pm, Monday-Friday 1 pm-4 pm. Admission $12 weekends, $10 weekdays, ages 2 and younger free, ages 65 + are $8, military member/veterans are $8. Field trips, birthday parties, and evening group bonfires by reservation only.

Phone: (317) 773-9078
Address: 12290 E 191st St, Noblesville, IN 46060
Dates: September 24 – October 31, 2021


Hunter’s Honey Farm

Fall is a great time to visit the Honey Farm where we are busy harvesting, extracting and bottling this year’s honey crop. Visitors can take a guided tour of the Honey House, bottle their own honey bear, roll their own Beeswax candle, or even visit a live beehive with a beekeeper. (Reservations required) Our gift shop has over 50 varieties of honey with free samples while you watch the bees make honey in our live observation hive. After Thanksgiving, we offer choose and cut Christmas trees.

Phone: (765) 537-9430
Address: 6501 W Honey Lane, Martinsville, Indiana 46151
Dates: Open all year around


The Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House—Frightful Frontier

Round up the cowpokes and saddle up for a spook-tacular ride through the Frightful Frontier, The Children’s Museum Guild’s 57th Annual Haunted House. Chaos ensues once you board the last train to Tombtown, where goblins and monsters roam the wicked west!

Phone: (317) 334-4000
Address: 3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Dates: October 9-31, 2021


Waterman’s Family Farm

Enjoy picking your own pumpkin from acres of pumpkins at both locations! Our Greenwood location has farm animals to visit & pet, straw climbing fun, human hamster wheel, mini train ride, inflatable big pumpkin and more family-friendly activities, as well as beautiful fall décor like pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn stalks. Hayrides to our pumpkin patch are a tradition at our Raymond street location, where we also feature Tyranny our pumpkin chomping dinosaur, farm & exotic animals, pony rides, corn maze, straw mountain, a spinning pumpkin, train ride, human hamster wheel, mega mountain slide, live music on Saturday & Sunday, caramel apples, cider and fresh baked cookies. All of this and more fall family fun!

Locations: 7010 E. Raymond St, Indianapolis, IN 46239, Phone: (317) 356-6995 and 1100 IN-37, Greenwood, IN 46142, Phone: (317) 357-2989
Dates: September 25 – October 31, 2021


Visit the South Shore

America’s 61st National Park is only a short drive north of Indy. Indiana Dunes National Park is one of the most biologically diverse parks in the country and offers more than 15,000 acres to explore on foot, by bike or on your personal watercraft. Try to spot as many of the 350 bird species that live and migrate here or identify some of the 1,100 native plants that grow throughout the park. Stroll peacefully through marshes, rare savannas, colorful forests and through prairies. Hike mountains of sand to the top and admire the stunning views of Lake Michigan. You won’t believe Indiana has this much to offer! Start planning your trip at alongthesouthshore.com.

Phone: (219) 989-7979
Address: 7770 Corinne Drive, Hammond, IN 46323


Indy Parks

The end of summer is upon us, and that means the return of school supplies, pumpkin spice and cooler weather. It also means that some favorite fall programs are back at Indy Parks! From September through December, Indy Parks facilities will offer more than 180 programs for park visitors of all ages, focused on fitness, nature, sports, arts and more.

Phone: (317) 327-PARK
Address: Various Locations
Dates: September through December
 

Lark Ranch

Two locations? Double the fun! Admission to each of these includes access to the corn maze, pumpkin patch, treehouse village, jumping pillow, hayrides, pony rides, zip lines, petting zoo, food, and more. The full-size trains at both locations are a must-see!

Phone: (844) 516-6837
2 Locations: 1611 N. Meridian Rd, Greenfield, IN 46140 &
3145 Killion Mill Road, Loogootee, IN 47553
Dates: Greenfield, September 25-October 30;
Loogootee, Now-October 30, Friday-Sunday

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