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Stonycreek Farm Pumpkin Harvest Festival New this year: Twisted Woods Haunted Hayride

Harvest season is celebrated each year on the 1860’s Stonycreek Farm in Noblesville, Indiana. The 46th annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival runs September 29th – October 31st at Stonycreek Farm, 11366 State Road 38 East, Noblesville. Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., parking is $5 per car Tuesday – Sunday with no parking fee on Monday.

NEW Twisted Woods Haunted Hayride

Among many festival highlights, Stonycreek Farm will feature a NEW Twisted Woods Haunted Hayride, every FridaySaturday and Sunday from 7-11 p.m.  throughout the Festival.  This hayride features a 20-minute journey through the dark and twisty woods of Stonycreek Farm and is designed to send shivers down your spine. Cost is $10 per person and recommended ages are 10 and older (parents’ discretion). Other fun attractions include camel rides, available for $8 per person: FridaySaturday & Sunday. The Festival’s 400 ft. zip line remains a popular attraction. The cost is $10 per person for anyone ages 10 and older who weighs 90-250 lbs. Zippers ascend a 50-foot suspension bridge to a 30-foot high tower in the Christmas tree field, and then sail over a field and a pond. The ride provides a spectacular view of the farm animals and hayride wagons. The zip line is open on Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The entertainment area for “kids” ages 8-80+ features pedal car races and the enormous, inflatable “Giant Jumping Pillow.”  Fall activities include the hayride to the pumpkin patch (children one-year-old and under are free), a haunted house for youngsters, a gourd sling shot, corn cob cannon, Kiddiepillar (inflatable), farm animals, and more. Pony rides are available on the weekends. Other attractions include a 60 ft. slide that takes riders through a cave entrance until they emerge at the woods’ edge. Most activities have a nominal fee. Be sure to visit the Gift Shop for local handmade products as well as unique fall items and Christmas gifts. Throughout the Festival, the Food Barn offers corn dogs, hot dogs, chili fries, burgers, elephant ears, apple dumplings, slushies and more. Kettle Corn is sold on the weekends. Stonycreek Farm Nursery and Landscaping is located at 11366 State Road 38 East, two miles east of Noblesville. For more information call (317) 773-3344 or visit www.stonycreekfarm.net.

About Stonycreek Farm Nursery & Landscaping: 

Stonycreek Farm began as a small pumpkin patch in 1972 and has grown into a full-service nursery and landscaping business and wedding/private party/corporate event venue. Stonycreek Farm is located on 50 acres of farmland in Noblesville (11366 SR 38 East), which once served as a Native American trade route and was the site of an old gristmill. To learn more, visit www.stonycreekfarm.net or call (317) 773-3344. Save the date: Stonycreek Farm’s Annual County Christmas will be held November 17th – December 16th, 2018. During this event, guests are invited to take a hayride to the field to choose and cut your own Christmas tree or find freshly cut Fraser Fir trees, custom-made wreaths, garland, kissing balls, and poinsettias. And, browse through the gift shop to find unique holiday gifts.

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