FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fall is in full swing around northeast Indiana, which means you can check out pumpkin patches, apple orchards or even get lost in a corn maze around the area.
With several farmers already opening up their fall festivities, Visit Fort Wayne has shared their list of the best places to visit during the season.
Advanced Tree Technology
The New Haven-based tree nursery hosts a “You Pick Apple Orchard” that is fun for the whole family! The orchard is open seven days a week:
- Monday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Saturday – Sunday: 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Amazing Fall Fun
Amazing Fall Fun plans to deliver the ultimate fall experience for families in northeast Indiana. Guests can check out attractions like a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a giant jumping pillow, a straw mountain and plenty of other games and activities.
This year, the Waterloo farm has crafted a special Pokemon-themed maze to celebrate the game’s 25th anniversary.
Ambrosia Orchard is a 12-acre apple orchard and farm winery based in southeast Allen County. Along with apple-picking, guests can sample meads, apple ciders and other
Cedar Creek Produce
This small farm based in Leo is a family-run business offering fresh produce like strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.
Since 1977, Cook’s Orchard has offered fresh fruits and preserves for those around Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana. The farm recently announced that gala apples and pears are now ready to be picked.
J&L Pickin’ Patch
The small farm on Fort Wayne’s southwest side has just opened their fall market for the season. According to the farm’s Facebook page, J&L will offer pumpkins, gourds, flowers and more!
Kuehnert Dairy Farm
One of northeast Indiana’s most popular farms has already started their annual Fall festival. Guests can meet the farm’s cows, play around on straw mountain, and do so much more!
The farm is also touting their unique corn maze which has a new theme every year. This year, the maze pays tribute to the family’s patriarch.
Looking for your pumpkins ahead of Halloween? Stop by this pumpkin patch in New Haven throughout the Fall. Along with pumpkins, Kurtz Produce offers other gourds, and guests can check out the venue’s corn maze starting in October!
Hilger Family Farm
This farm in western Fort Wayne opens their Fall festival on Saturday! Guests can find their next Jack-o-lantern in time for Halloween, go on a hay ride, check out a petting zoo and do so much more!
Ridenour Acres is a corn patch and activity spot that is perfect for families. Kids can check out the farm’s 11-acre corn maze, a hayride and even a combine playground! Check out the group’s Facebook page for more information.