Fall Fun In Indianapolis

Safe outdoor fun for the family

It’s been an interesting year with the Coronavirus, but there are still fun things to do in Indianapolis. So enjoy some fresh air, enough space for social distancing, and just a little required mask wearing at these venues.

Tuttle Orchards

5717 N 300 W Greenfield, IN 46140 

Tuttle Orchards, which is in fact an apple orchard that features u-pick apples in the summer, is a great place in the fall. Activities include a tractor town play area for kids, corn maze, farm store, and a cafe with fresh apple donuts and cider slushies. Of course, the biggest draw in October is their pick your own pumpkin patch. Grab a wagon and roll through the field and pick your own pumpkin fresh off the vine.

Stuckey Farm

19975 Hamilton Boone Rd
Sheridan, IN 46069

Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill offers apple picking, pumpkin picking, corn maze, pig races, and the Adventure Acres play area. Each weekend in October they have a different Fall Festival. And you can’t leave without getting a fresh warm apple cider donut.

Russell Farms

12290 E. 191st St. Noblesville, IN 46060

Being a dedicated pumpkin patch, you can be sure to have plenty of pumpkins to choose from and various varieties. Russell Farms also has corn maze scavenger hunts, a country store filled with yummy treats, and a petting zoo to help kids better understand farm life. There are also large outdoor play areas for plenty of fun and fresh air.

These are just a few of the places in the Indianapolis area that offer pumpkin patches and outdoor fall activities. So make sure to check out what’s closest to you, and enjoy a little outdoor fun this fall.

Make sure to check the website of each place before going to confirm any Covid-19 rules or required reservations for capacity limitations.