It all starts with the pumpkin spice latte, then the turning of the leaves – before we know it, our Fall weeks are spent dreaming of Indianapolis pumpkin patches and the weekends on trips to find them.
Here’s a list of pumpkin patches near Indianapolis to get you started this season!
369 East Greencastle Road, Mooresville
Feature a u-pick pumpkin patch opening last weekend on September, hayrides and more for visitors. All children’s activities are free including the playground, over-sized straw pile and tree cutout perfect for photos. Watch for a special October KID Fest October 6-7.
Phone: (317) 831-4181.
Hours: 8 am – 8 pm, seven days a week.
2304 East Main Street, Danville
Be prepared for an adventure in our challenging 8-acre corn maze! It takes most who venture inside about an hour to find their way out! Rubber boots are recommended, especially after recent rain. Available in the fall. Enjoy a scenic hayride through the farm and pick your own pumpkin from the 15-acre patch perfect for carving.Circle City Sports Corn Maze – Open September 21st!
Phone: (317) 745-4876.
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9 am-7pm; Sunday: 12-7 pm
8900 E County Rd 1000 N, Brownsburg
Packed full of fun from u-pick (or they pick) pumpkins, hayrides, a presidential election-themed corn maze and weekend petting zoo.
Phone: (317) 450-5245.
Opening Date: September 30
Hours: September 30: 10 am-6pm; October HOURS: October 1st thru October 29th CLOSED MONDAYS, TUESDAYS thru Thursdays 2 pm -6 pm, Fridays thru Sundays 10 am – 6 pm.
6848 N. County Road 250 E, Whiteland
Fall fun opens on the Farms September 30-October 30. Admission includes all activities including a 7-acre corn maze, bale mountain, rope maze, farm equipment and more. Additional cost for pumpkins and snacks.
Phone: (317) 535-9150.
Opening Date: September 28
Hours: Fall hours Sept 28-Oct. 28 Weekends only: Friday 6 – 10 pm, Saturday Noon – 10 pm, Sunday Noon – 6 pm
1611 N. Meridian Rd, Greenfield and 3145 Killion Mill Road, Loogootee
Corn maze, pumpkin patch, treehouse village, jumping pillow, hayrides, pony rides, zip lines, petting zoo, food and more. MUST SEE- full-size train rides at both Lark Ranch locations.
Phone: (812) 295-9000.
Opening Dates: Loogootee opening September 14th.
Greenfield opening September 15th.
Friday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm(EST) (Loogootee only)
Saturday: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm (EST)
(bring flashlight for after dark)
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (EST)
Saturday: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm (EST)
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (EST)
1115 E 1000 N, Fortville
The 73-acre farm is full of wide open space where families can connect and enjoy relaxed farm fun activities like pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn mazes, jumping pillow, gem mine, visiting with barnyard friends and autumn treats in the farm store. Don’t forget about the Haunted Loft!
Phone: (317) 326-1700.
Opening Day: September 29
Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 12 – 6 pm; Friday: Noon- 10:00pm, Saturday: 10 am -10 pm
10721 N. 850 W., Fairland
A family favorite is the Pleasant View Orchard pick-your-own pumpkin patch. Jump on the pumpkin patch wagon for a quick ride out to the patch – runs continuously on weekends.
Phone: (317) 861-4025.
Hours: Open daily from 9 am-6 pm.
12290 E. 191st Street, Noblesville
The fun at Russell Farms includes a pumpkin patch, corn mazes, farm exhibits, country store and snack shack. Also included in gate admission is a mini golf course, hayrides, petting zoo, pedal tractors, play area and more.
Phone: (317) 773-9078
Hours: September 29th and 30th, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and
Every Saturday and Sunday in the month of October, 10am-6pm
7055 W. 675 S., Pendleton
Enjoy a fun-filled family weekend at Smith Family Farms with pumpkins, a full playground for the kids to enjoy, petting zoo with donkeys, cows, goats, rabbits, pony rides, hayrides and a corn maze.
Phone: (765) 617-1657.
Hours: Open in October only; Saturdays-Sundays: 11 am-5 pm.
7177 East 161st Street, Noblesville
The autumn pumpkin harvest season runs the entire month of October. Spencer Farm offer hayrides to the pumpkin patch on weekends. Find everything you need from corn stalks and straw bales to freshly made carmel apples.
Phone: (317) 776-1560.
Hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays 10 am-6 pm, Sundays 1-5 pm. Closed Mondays-Tuesdays.
11366 State Road 38 East Noblesville
Harvest season is celebrated each year on the 1860’s Stonycreek Farm. From hayrides to a giant inflatable jumping pillow to farm animals to c amel rides, Stonycreek loves celebrating fall.
Phone: (317) 773-3344.
Opening Date: September 29
Hours: September 29-October 31, Open daily 10 am – 5 pm.
19975 Hamilton Boone Rd, Sheridan
Celebrate with their weekends-only Harvest Festival through the end of October. Admission is $10/pp which includes wagon rides throughout the farm, visits to the pumpkin patch, an 8-acre corn maze, and Adventure Acres, which has a 60-foot slide, pedal cars, a barrel train, kid’s size games and maze.
Phone: (317) 769-4636.
General Hours: Mondays-Friday: 9 am-6 pm; Saturday: 9 am-5 pm; Sunday: 1 pm- 5 pm
5717 N 300 W, Greenfield
Bring your whole family to the 8-acre pumpkin patch located just east of Indianapolis. Includes a corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and the newly-designed Tractor Town for kids.
Phone: (317) 326-2278.
Hours: Mondays-Saturdays 9 am-7 pm. Closed Sundays. **Corn Maze, Hayrides open Sat, Sep 8.
7010 E Raymond Street, Indianapolis or 1100 N Ind. 37 Greenwood
Fall Harvest Festival includes hayrides to the pumpkin patch, watch Tyranni T Dinosaur – the pumpkin-eating dinosaur, corn maze, straw bale maze, combine slide and more.
Phone: (317) 356-6995 Raymond Street; (317) 888-4189 Greenwood.
Opening Day: September 29
Hours: East Raymond Street: Hours: Sunday & Tuesday thru Thursday: Open 9 am, admission closes at 5 pm, last hayride at 6 pm, Festival grounds close at 7 pm
Friday & Saturday: Open 9 am, admission closes at 6 pm, last hayride at 7 pm, Festival grounds close at 8pm
GREENWOOD: Sunday & Tuesday thru Thursday: Open 10 am, admission closes at 5 pm, last hayride at 6 pm, Festival grounds close at 7 pm Friday & Saturday: Open 10 am, admission closes at 6 pm, last hayride at 7 pm, Festival grounds close at 8 pm