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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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Brown County State Park

Largest State Park in Indiana boasts exceptional fall color. Hiking, bridle trails, (BYOH) mountain bike trails, saddle barn with escorted rides.

Celery Bog Nature Area

The Celery Bog Nature Area contains the 4.3 mile paved Cattail Trail and a 1.5 mile footpath with interpretive signs and two viewing decks.

Charlestown State Park

Enjoy the great outdoors at one of the largest state parks in the state! Experience fall foliage and tons of activities.

Clegg Memorial Garden

Clegg Memorial Garden overlooks Indiana’s scenic Wildcat Creek offering a beautiful nature filled setting.

Eagle Creek Park

One of the nation's largest city parks, Eagle Creek Park covers over 3,900 acres of land on the northwest side of town.

The Farm at Prophetstown

Located within Prophetstown State Park. The Farm is a farming and education center offering unique experiences on all aspects of farm life.

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!

Lincoln State Park

Visit Lincoln State Park and discover Indiana’s past throughout 10 miles of hiking trails, rolling forested hills, and two scenic lakes.

Spicer Lake Nature Preserve

320 acres with trails along wetlands, woods and old-growth fields. 1/4-mi boardwalk takes visitors through a portion of the wetland.

Wabash Heritage Trail

The Wabash Heritage Trail is an 18 mile trail that starts at the Tippecanoe Battlefield and runs along the Wabash River to Fort Ouiatenon Park.

Wea Creek Orchard

Producing and selling locally grown produce, including apples, peaches and pumpkins. Also offering a u-pick pumpkin patch. No u-pick apples in 2020.

Winona Lake Area Trails

Enjoy a relaxing hike or bike ride on the inspiring greenways of Winona Lake. Experience nearby communities with additional trails to Live Well in the Moment.

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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