Join us in Fort Wayne, where you can pick your own pumpkin, conquer a 12-acre corn maze, and enjoy bushels of fun for the whole family!
From our orchards and pumpkin patches to our fresh fall farmer's markets we are ready to help you pick a fall getaway that you'll savor!
The Kuehnert Family is extremely excited to be able to share their farm, family and cows, and to tell you their farm story. They want consumers to see what life is like as a dairy farmer, how they care for their cows and the land.
Kids of all ages will get to experience all of this and much more at the Kuehnert Dairy Fall Festival. Kuehnert Dairy Farm, located just a stone's throw away from the city limits of Fort Wayne, is opening its operation as an agritourism venture to the public this fall.
Admission includes all activities on the farm including: visiting the freestall barn, where the cows spend their time and eat; learning how baby calves are cared for; and view modern farm machinery. Visit the 5-acre Corn Maze, Straw Mountain, Corn Crib Play Area, Cornhole Games, Tile Swing, Holy Cow Football, Hayrides, Fire Pits, Pumpkin painting, educational activities, daily children's activities and farm tours led by our staff. There will also be free face painting every weekend and Live Entertainment. Enjoy delicious dairy snacks featuring soft-serve ice cream, grilled cheese sandwiches, and ice cold milk. Even enjoy a hot dog and s'mores while sitting around a bonfire only feet away from the cows.
Phone: (260) 749-0891
12818 Edgerton Road, New Haven IN, 46774
Please call for seasonal orchard hours
Apple Cider and You Pick apple orchard. New this year: You Pick Honeycrisp starting September 7.
You Pick pumpkin field opens September 28th
You pick hours: Saturdays and Sundays: 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Closed Labor Day)
See website for apple orchard updates.
Phone: (260) 333-2302
3150 CR 43, Waterloo IN, 46793
Hours: Friday 6-10 pm, Saturday 12-10 pm, Sunday 2-6 pm
September 15 – October 29, 2017
Amazing Fall Fun hosts the largest Corn Maze in Northeastern Indiana, spanning more than 12 acres. This giant corn maze is split into two different phases, taking 20-30 minutes and 40-50 minutes to complete a piece. Bring your friends and family to one of the largest pumpkin patches with over 75 different types of pumpkins and gourds. All the pumpkins are great for painting, decorating and carving up fun for the family. You can take a hay ride through the beautiful Indiana countryside. The ride takes you around the pumpkin patch and through the cornfields. Along this 20 minute ride, you can see all sorts of critters and woodland animals. There is also corn box, Hay Mountain, corn hole, tetherball and wheelbarrow racing.
Phone: (260) 627-5239
11709 Clay Street Leo IN 46765
Please call for seasonal picking hours
Cedar Creek Produce is a small fruit and vegetable farm emphasizing quality and freshness. We have strawberries, red and black raspberries, and blackberries available you-picked or pre-picked in season. We also grow melons, sweetcorn, brown eggs, maple syrup, honey and greenhouse veggies.
Phone: (260) 489-3940
8724 Hugenard Road, Fort Wayne IN 46818
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Produce and a selection of honey, jams, jellies and apple butters are also available in the farm stand. Call for seasonal you pick hours.
Phone: (260) 436-4359
3737 Dicke Road, Fort Wayne IN 46804
You pick pumpkins and produce stand. Call for pumpkin picking hours
Phone: (260) 637-2372
11330 E. 500 S, LaOtto, IN
Closes October 21, 2017 Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 8 am to 8 pm (closed Monday & Sunday
Enjoy fall foliage, bonfires, chainsaw carving demonstrations, live music, Soarin’ Hawks Birds of Prey demonstration, children’s activities and the works of local artisans. Visit the website or call for details.
Phone: (260) 243-3308
2935 E. 200 N, Angola, IN
Open weekends, September 15 through October 29
Hours: Saturday & Sunday, 12 - 6 pm; Fridays in October 5 - 9 pm
Admission $7 per person; Ages 0-3, free;
Groups of 15 or more receive $1 off per person
11-acre corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkins, straw maze, hayrides, corn box, bouncy house, tile slide. Hayrides through the “haunted woods” are available for an additional cost.
Phone: (260) 427-6000
817 Dupont Road, Fort Wayne, IN
Friday, September 22, 10 am - 3 pm; Saturday, September 23, 10 am - 5 pm
Cornhusking, live animals, food concessions, hay rides, antique tractor parade, farmers market, butter making, musical entertainment and more.
Phone: (260) 489-5957
10109 Bethel Road, Fort Wayne IN 46818
Seasonal vegetables and pupmkins. Call for more information.