Find Fall Fun at These Agritourism Spots in Indiana

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Agritourism farms throughout Indiana provide fall-time fun for families. Here are just a few. Be sure to check hours before visiting. You can find more on the Indiana Department of Tourism’s agritourism page.

Cornucopia Farm, Washington County
5444 N. Rutherford Hollow Rd., Scottsburg
In addition to a corn maze, Cornucopia offers a soybean maze for smaller visitors who might be intimidated by all that tall corn. Other offerings include a hill slide, tunnel slide, petting farm, straw house, pumpkin patch and “Little Farmers” play area. (The farm is just east of the Washington-Scott County line.)
cornucopiafarm.com

Drennen’s Pumpkin Kingdom, Wells County
6310 W. 1100 S-90, Montpelier, Indiana
In addition to pumpkins, the Drennens offer a corn maze, farm stand, baby animals, hayrides and educational fall tours for groups and schools.
pumpkinkingdom.com

Exploration Acres, Tippecanoe County
6042 Newcastle Rd., Lafayette
A straw tunnel, sand pile and pedal tractors – along with an 18-acre corn maze and a pumpkin patch – are among the attractions at this farm, located a little southeast of Lafayette.
explorationacres.com

Harper Valley Farms
13094 S. CR 600 W., Westport, Indiana
Pick among 8 acres of pumpkins in scenic Harper Valley. Picked pumpkins, squash and gourds are available along with other fall decor. In addition to pumpkin picking, there are two sunflower mazes and farm animals.
www.harpervalleyfarms.com

Kelsay Farms, Johnson County
6848 N. County Road 250 E., Whiteland
Enjoy baby calves, a corn maze, hay wagon rides and fireside relaxation at this sixth-generation family dairy farm outside of Indianapolis.
kelsayfarms.com

Knepp’s Fun Festival, Daviess County
7555 IN-257, Washington
On their farm between Evansville and Bloomington, the Knepp family offers a corn maze, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, a crafting barn, blacksmith shop and a long list of activities for kids.
kneppsfunfest.com

Kregel’s Pumpkin Patch
7705 W. 159th Ave., Lowell
Tractor-pulled hayrides, two corn mazes, a petting zoo, pony rides, a baby chick hatchery, the pumpkin express train, pedal cars and a pumpkin slingshot are among the attractions.
kregelspumpkinpatch.com

Smith Family Farms, Madison County
7055 W. 675 S., Pendleton
Located a little northeast of Indianapolis and just off of I-69, this farm offers a corn maze, pumpkin patch, pony rides, petting farm, party barn, hayrides and more.
smithfamilyfarms.com

Tuttle Orchards, Hancock County
5717 N. 300 W., Greenfield
The big attraction at Tuttle Orchards are the apples (both in the farm store and U-pick), but the farm also offers a corn maze, pumpkin patch, wagon rides, farm animals, an on-farm café and lots more.
indianapolisorchard.com

Wendel Farms, Franklin County
8134 State Line Rd., Brookville
A corn maze and a straw maze, as well as a petting farm, pumpkin patch, educational tours, fall mums and pony rides, are offered by the Wendel family. (The farm is located partly in Franklin County, Indiana, and partly in Butler County, Ohio.)
wendelfarms.com

1 Comment

  1. Diane K Armand

    September 10, 2018 at 12:37 pm

    I wondered if you could add us to your list of pumpkin patches.
    Armand’s Harper Valley Farms (Decatur County) 13094 S. County Road 600 West, Westport, IN http://www.IndianaPumpkinPatch.com Pick among 8 acres of pumpkins in scenic Harper Valley. Picked pumpkins, squash and gourds available along with other fall decor. In addition to pumpkin picking we have 2 sunflower mazes and farm animals to see.

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