In 1967 our organization began in a small pumpkin patch on Sergeant Road in Indianapolis. Many families and school children soon learned about "the patch" and in three years, we outgrew that location.

The search for a special place where families could have a real farm experience led to Noblesville. An 1860s era farm situated on 50 acres of rolling farmland and woods became the new home of the "Pumpkin Harvest Festival." The farm was named after Stony Creek, which meanders through the property. This creek was a Native American trade route and the site of an old gristmill.

Many changes have occurred at Stonycreek Farm, but we still take great joy in seeing children pick their first pumpkin, go creek stomping with the YMCA, or listening to a church group singing on an autumn hayride.

We now have third generation families picking their own pumpkins and starting a new tradition of cutting their own Christmas trees. We hope you and your family will join us and make the farm one of your family traditions.

We look forward to seeing you this year as we celebrate our 43rd Anniversary!