Looking for a fun and educational trip to Fort Wayne? Come visit Tanglewood Berry Farm, Kuehnert Dairy Farm or any of the area's farms and vineyards. Learn about Indiana farming and why it is one of the state's biggest and oldest industries with farm tours, children's camps and more!
U-Pick Farms in Fort Wayne Indiana
Are you looking for an exciting hands-on activity that not only lets you enjoy the beautiful Indiana weather but also lets you bring home the fun afterwards? Head to one of Fort Wayne’s various U-Pick farms for a day of picking your own produce! Whether it be picking blueberries at Tanglewood Berry Farm or being up close and personal with honey bees (safely) at Southwest Honey Co., these farms are a great way to explore a new side of Fort Wayne with the whole family.
Tanglewood Berry Farm
7520 Covington Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804
Tanglewood Berry Farm is a U-pick 5-acre certified organic operation that offers blackberries starting around July 1. Open for 2020.
Southwest Honey Co.
2505 Lower Huntington Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
Southwest Honey Co. has the initiative to protect and conserve our local bee population, promote education of the outdoors and promote the restoration of wildlife. They offer a wide range of classes for all ages that let you experience anything from bee keeping to making final products. Call to schedule a visit.
Cedar Creek Produce
11709 Clay St
Leo, IN 46765
Cedar Creek Produce is a family-run business that offers a wide range of farm fresh produce all year round. Go to the farm to pick it yourself or visit their traveling produce wagon at local farmer’s markets.
Cook's Orchard and Farm Market
8724 Huguenard Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46818
You can enjoy Cook’s Orchard delicious apples by picking them yourself or by purchasing them at their country store. They also sell a wide variety of ciders, jams, jellies, and local honey along with a seasonal availability of gourds, pumpkins, and Indian corn.
Bruick Brothers Produce/Advanced Tree Technology
12818 Edgerton Rd
New Haven, IN 46774
Advanced Tree Technology opens mid-August and has an expansive selection of dwarf trees to come and pick apples from. Along with apple trees, they also have a U-pick pumpkin patch and a nursery that is open 7 days a week during the fall season.
Wanting to get more in touch with nature without trekking through the wilderness? Look no further than the great city of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Take a walk along beautiful nature paths or pet the sweet farm animals at any one of these local family owned farms that will let you enjoy the stunningly classic agricultural view of Indiana without traveling far.
Kuehnert Dairy Farm
6532 W. Cook Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46818
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.
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 every fall. Kids of all ages will get to experience all of this and much more at the Kuehnert Dairy Fall Festival.
Salomon Farm Park
817 W Dupont Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Salomon Farm is a beautiful landmark farm that offers a wholesome experience. Enjoy the great outdoors with their peaceful walking trail and their many sweet farm animals, and make sure to visit one of their many historic barns.
Hilger Family Farm
5534 Butt Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46818
Hilger Family Farm is dedicated to wholesome family entertainment and selling quality produce and plants. From their homemade cookies to their variety of seeds for your garden, this home- based business will be sure to please anyone who visits. Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday 11 am to 5pm through October.