Indianapolis Apple Orchards

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Adrian Orchards - Indianapolis, IN
A third generation apple orchard owned and operated by George J. & Monika Adrian that was established in 1925.Meet the individual that set the Guinness World Record for fastest apple picker.Enjoy fresh unpasteurized apple cider.They also have a pumpkin patch and mini hayrides.Don’t miss the weekend of their harvest festival, when they have inflatables, pony rides, live music and arts & crafts.

Pleasant View Orchard - Fairland, IN
More than 40 acres of apple trees with more than 20 varieties available for picking.Bags are available in sizes from 1/2 peck to 1/2 bushel.They do not allow driving into the orchard – they run a tractor and wagon to help you get there.Pumpkin picking from their 4 acre field starts around the last weekend in September.Concession stand offers apple cider, caramel apples daily.Weekend menu includes homemade apple cobbler, elephant ears, and other food.Country Store sells preserves, butters, fruit spreads, fall decorations and more.Family owned and operated, it was started in the 1960s and is now owned by the Kemper family.

Stuckey Farm - Sheridan, IN
A 40 acre farm with 25 acres of apples. Pick from 27 apple varieties from their 4,000 trees after enjoying a free wagon ride.Watch them make apple cider (they have one of the largest cider mills in the state of Indiana) or browse the Country Market for local produce, honey, jellies and gifts.They also have 15 acres of pumpkins for you to choose from.They also have a corn maze and apple cannons.Their kids fun land is called Adventure Acres, with a tube slide, pedal cars and tractor ride in painted barrels.The parent/child combo pass is $8. New for 2014 will be gem mining and zombie paintball.The farm, which opened in 1969, is owned and operated by the Pierce family.

Tuttle Orchards - Greenfield, IN
Eight acre pick your own pumpkin patch that will provide little red wagons to haul your pumpkins. Corn maze opens September 8th.  The apple orchard has been operating since 1928. They feature several festivals each weekend in September.  Enjoy the caramel apple festival two weekends.  There are also farm animals, hayrides, corn maze and kid’s play area. Pumpkin patch opens September 29th. Their address is 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN. It is about 21 miles east of Indianapolis.

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