It seems the second the weather drops below 70 degrees, fall is in full effect with pumpkin spice everything and caramel apples. The quintessential autumn activity is spending a crisp fall afternoon at a pumpkin patch, picking the perfect one to adorn your porch.

Here are four pumpkin patches in Hamilton County, Indiana where you can get your fall fix with friends and family.


Sept. 29 - Oct. 29, 2023
Thursday - Sunday: hours vary

Board the Sullivan Express for PumpkinTown at Allisonville Home & Garden by Sullivan. Tickets are $60-65 for one train car, and on average one train car can fit up to 4 adults with 2 children. Purchase tickets in advance. Tickets to PumpkinTown include trick-or-treating, a fun magician, carnival games, a straw playground and photo opportunities.

Russell Farms

Sept. 23 - Oct. 29, 2023
Weekdays: 1 - 4 p.m.
Weekends: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The Russell Family has owned and operated Russell Farms in Noblesville for more than 50 years, and as part of the annual fall festival, they make it their mission to educate guests about agriculture and farm life. At Russell Farms, you can enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, two scavenger hunt corn mazes, miniature golf, a petting zoo, play area for the kids and more.

Admission is $13 on weekdays and $15 on weekends. Children two years and younger are free, and admission for veterans, active military members and those over age 65 is $8. Admission includes unlimited activities. Pumpkins are an additional charge.

There is no admission charge for anyone who wants to purchase pre-picked pumpkins, straw, fall decorations or shop in the Country Store.

Spencer Farm

If you want to pick the perfect pumpkin without all the hubbub of activities like other attractions, head to Spencer Farm in Noblesville. There are hayrides out to the pumpkin patch on the weekends, but other than that, the experience is up to you. Dig your own mum or visit the farm store to find pre-picked pumpkins and mums, corn, gourds and sweet treats like fudge.

There are no entry fees or parking fees.

Adults can enjoy a glass of wine or charcuterie board at Spencer Farm Winery, located in a restored farmhouse on the property.

NOTE: Beginning on or after August 31st, 2023 a portion of 161st Street will be closed. The Vestal Ditch (between Seminole and Cherry Tree Rd.) will be under repair for approximately 42 days. See detour route.

Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill

Saturday and Sunday / Sept. 16 - Oct. 29, 2023

At Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill in Sheridan, you can get your pumpkin and apple fix at once. Stroll through the 4,000 trees to pick from 27 varieties of apples, and grab the perfect pumpkin in the 15-acre pumpkin patch. Inside the Country Market, watch cider pressed in front of your eyes and shop in-season Indiana produce, honey, jams and more. Don’t leave without a box of apple cider donuts, either.

Admission is $15 per person and children under the age of two are free. Parking is free, and admission includes unlimited wagon rides, and access to the corn maze, Adventures Acres and more.

Fishers AgriPark

Open through the end of Oct. 29, 2023
Tuesday & Wednesday | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

A 33-acre urban farm, the Fishers AgriPark pays homage to Fishers’ agricultural roots, while inspiring future generations of farmers, scientists, agronomists, robotics engineers, chefs, and more.

Residents have access to seasonal produce and can cut flowers to take home at no charge. An animal area gives guests an opportunity to interact with traditional livestock and farm animals, such as cows, horses, ducks and sheep.

Attend the AgriPark Fall Festival for u-pick pumpkins and plenty of fun, fall activities. Pre-registration is required.

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