8 Festive Fall Spots to Visit Around Indy

Anyone who knows me is well aware that autumn is my absolute FAVORITE time of the year. Pumpkin spice, caramel apples, sweaters, boots and best of all Halloween. Every year I go all out with my Halloween costumes. Yes, that was plural. Costumes with an “s.”
Another fall tradition I love is checking out the local pumpkin patches and apple orchards. We always make it a priority to visit at least one every year. Indy is so lucky to have so many farms and orchards in the area, and I’ve made a list of some of my favorites that you should definitely check out before October ends!
Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative
Tuttle Orchards
Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative

1. Tuttle Orchards – Greenfield, IN.

Tuttle Orchards is probably one of my favorites in the area, and it’s also where all of the photos in this post were taken by Rachel Giese Creative. It is the perfect place to go if apple picking is your goal. There are rows and rows of every different type of apple you could think of.
Tuttle Orchards also has a farm store, cafe, apple picking, corn maze and an assortment of pumpkins. For those with kids, they have an entire playground called “Tractor Town”. You can find more info including fall dates/hours here: https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/fall-overview/


Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative

2. Stonycreek Farm – Noblesville, IN.

We usually make time to visit Stonycreek each year with family. They are currently celebrating their 46th Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival. In my opinion they always have some of the best pumpkins to pick from, and there are so many different activities going on so it’s perfect for everyone visiting. They have everything from apple cider slushies, a hayride to the pumpkin patch, pony rides, bounce zone for the kids and more. You can find out more including fall dates/times here: http://www.stonycreekfarm.net/


3. Piney Acres Farm – Fortville, IN.

Piney Acres is definitely the place to go if you’re in the mood to do a corn maze. They have an 8 acre one along with hay rides, and pumpkin picking. For more information including fall dates/times, visit: https://pineyacresfarm.com/
Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative

4. Beasley’s Orchard – Danville, IN.

Beasley’s has a Circle City Sports-Themed corn maze this year. Need I say more? You can check out the bird’s eye view shot and more info here: http://www.beasleys-orchard.com/

Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative

5. The Apple Store at Conner Prairie – Fishers, IN.

No, not that Apple Store. This one has all the fall goodies you could imagine including apple cider slushies, apple cider donuts, caramel apples and more. Speaking of Conner Prairie, they also have the Headless Horsemen event going on Thursday-Sunday for the remainder of October. You can find out more info here: http://www.connerprairie.org/things-to-do/events/headless-horseman 

Tuttle Orchards
Tuttle Orchards, Photo by Rachel Giese Creative

6. Stuckey Farm – Sheridan, IN. 

Stuckey Farm is an apple orchard and cider mill with all the fall goodies, including 27 different varieties of apples,. They offer U-pick apples, and you can take a wagon ride through the orchard.  They also have a corn maze, kids games and an apple canon.  You can find out more info including fall dates/times here: http://www.stuckeyfarm.com/



7. Spencer Farm – Noblesville, IN 

Spencer Farm is known for their berries, but in the fall they offer FREE hayrides on the weekends through the woods to the pumpkin patch. You can find out more info here:

8. Apple Works – Trafalgar, IN.

Now this one is a bit of a hike if you’re coming from the north side, but it would definitely be worth the drive! You can find out more info such as their weekend pumpkin patch hours here: http://www.apple-works.com/
Better hurry and get yourself to one (or more) of these festive fall spots before the majority of them close at the end of the month. I would love to know what pumpkin patches/apple orchards around Indy are your favorites!
I’ve also condensed the list down below:

1. Tuttle Orchards – Greenfield, IN. https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/fall-overview/

2. Stonycreek Farm – Noblesville, IN. http://www.stonycreekfarm.net/

3. Piney Acres Farm – Fortville, IN. https://pineyacresfarm.com/

4. Beasley’s Orchard – Danville, IN. http://www.beasleys-orchard.com/

5. The Apple Store at Conner Prairie – Fishers, IN.  http://www.connerprairie.org

6. Stuckey Farm – Sheridan, IN. http://www.stuckeyfarm.com/

7. Spencer Farm – Noblesville, IN. http://www.spencerberryfarm.com/wb/

8. Apple Works – Trafalgar, IN. http://www.apple-works.com/


All photos in this blog post were taken at Tuttle Orchards by Rachel Giese Creative.

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