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Fall Things to Do

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Fun for Fall and Fall for Fun!

Whether you like anticipating what’s around the next corner in a haunted maze or zipping through the treetops at an outdoor adventure, you’ll find plenty to do in Indiana this fall. So let the fun begin!

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Adrian Orchards

Adrian Orchards is the "Orchard nearest the Heart of Indianapolis" and home to the Guinness Record Holder for "World's Fastest Apple Picker" George J. Adrian.

Coulter's Farm

Find your way through the 4 acre corn maze and bring the whole family to experience all that Coulter's Farm has to offer this time of year!

Deere Farms, Lanesville

Make your way through one of the larger corn mazes in the Midwest and then enjoy an animal farm tour or a hayride across the 165-acre farm.

Garwood Orchards

Apple and Pumpkin U-Pick is here! Garwood Orchards is an agritourism destination in LaPorte, Indiana where there is fun to be had for the whole family!

HighPoint Orchard, Greensburg

As its name suggests, HighPoint is located on a hill – historic Pleak’s Hill – offering a panoramic view of the Highland reservoir and surrounding rural scenery

Pumpkin Fantasyland

Enjoy the family-friendly tradition of watching your favorite characters and shows come to life with pumpkins. Explore the corn maze and hay ride.

Robert's Farm, Wawaka

Kick of fall fun at Robert's Farm! Enjoy their first annual fall festival of light, u-pick sunflower patch, u-pick pumpkin patch, and corn maze in Wawaka, IN.

Stuckey Farm Market

Whether you’re looking for Indiana’s tastiest apples and cider, or simply a quiet place to get away from the hustle of everyday life, visit Stuckey Farms!

Thistleberry Farm

We open for our fall season on September 5, 2020. Our next Sunflower field will open around the middle of September. Follow our Facebook page for more details.

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COVID-19 NOTICE: As you venture out in Indiana this fall, look for the Hoosier Hospitality Promise logo at the restaurants, hotels, attractions and other destinations you visit. They’ve promised to take extra precautions to keep guests safe. You can get discounts at these vendors when you make the Hoosier Hospitality Promise, too. Also, be sure to check the websites of any destination you plan to visit for current open hours and guidelines. Follow the Indiana Department of Health guidelines to keep yourself and everyone safe.

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