Fall Fun at Piney Acres Farm

Fall is officially here! That means it’s finally time for pumpkin patches, hayrides, corn mazes, and more. I was recently invited to the preview night for Piney Acres’s Fall Fun at the Farm, and it was the perfect kick off to fall!

Piney Acres is a 73 acre farm located in Fortville, Indiana, which is about 40 min northeast of downtown Indy. They officially open to the public for the fall season on Saturday, September 25.

I personally love all things fall so the pumpkins, hayrides and corn mazes alone are plenty for me, but there are a ton of other activities for families and children! The Kids Zone includes a jump pad, gem mining, spider climb net, air cannon, duck races, cow barrel train, rope maze, giant chess board and more. I couldn’t get over all of the activities they have here.

You can also visit the shop and concession stand during your visit. I am a huge fan of their campfire mugs, so definitely snag one of those!

I’ve included hours, ticket, and activity information at the end of this post!

General Admission Tickets:

$5.00 Walking to Age 3
$12.00 3 years – 13 years
$6.00 Ages 13+ and Adults
Infants Free

General admission is not required for pumpkin picking, but is required for activity area access.

General Admission includes:

  • 7-Acre Corn Maze
  • Kids Corn Maze
  • Hayrides
  • Unlimited Kid’s N’ Explore Area
  • Bounce Zone
  • Tumbleweed Tumbler
  • Cow Train
  • Pedal Cart Track
  • Duck Race
  • Chess & Checker Board
  • Games
  • Obstacle Course
  • Barnyard Animal Visits
  • Rope Maze
  • Straw Mountain
  • Hillbilly Roller
  • Emerald & Fossil Dig
  • Deer Exhibit
  • Various Other Activities
  • 1 Small Bag of Gem Mine Rough
  • Bucking Bronco

General Admission DOES NOT include:

  • Food
  • Additional Gem Mine Rough
  • Pumpkins
  • Air Cannon
  • Merchandise

For full pricing information, visit: pineyacresfarm.com/fall-pricing/

For up to date information on their hours, visit: pineyacresfarm.com

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