Indianapolis Corn Mazes

Enjoy some harvest fun and get lost in a corn maze in Indianapolis, Indiana this fall:

Beasley’s Orchard – Danville, IN.  Activities include their corn maze, hay rides, pumpkin patch, and apple orchard.  It takes about an hour to navigate the maze although it can be done in about thirty minutes. There are four miles of trails.  Beasley’s Orchard was started by Milton and Irene Beasley in 1946. Lots of apples, cider, a bakery and market.  Past corn maze themes include Cornopolis (2014), Beasley’s Corn Dog (2013), Dare to be Brave (2012), and Get Lost in a Book (2011).  They are open weekends in October.  Their address is 2304 East Main Street, Danville, IN.  It is about 17 miles west of Indianapolis.

Russell Farms – Noblesville, Indiana.  It features a pumpkin patch, hayrides, 10 and 5 acre corn maze, pedal tractors, farm animals and mini golf. The Russell Farms pumpkin patch began in 2002 but the Russell family has owned the farm land for more than 50 years.  Their address is 12290 E. 191st Street, Noblesville, IN 46060.  It is about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis.

Kelsay Farms – Whiteland, IN. 
Fall Experience starts October 2, 2015 !!
A sixth generation dairy and crop farm with a 7 acre corn field maze, flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings.  They are open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October.  They feature their pumpkin patch, 7 acre corn maze, baby barnyard, hayrides, play areas, live music, and kids activities.  Their address is 6848 N County Road 250 E., Whiteland, IN.  It is about 16 miles south of Indianapolis. 

Piney Acres Farm – Fortville, IN – 8 Acres
Corn maze, 5 acre pumpkin patch, hay rides and petting zoo. At night, they have haunted trails, a haunted hayride and the haunted loft.

Tuttle Orchards – Greenfield, Indiana. 
Opens September 12, 2015 !!
Eight acre pick your own pumpkin patch that will provide little red wagons to haul your pumpkins. The apple orchard has been operating since 1928. There are also farm animals, hayrides, corn maze and kid’s play area.  Pumpkin patch opens the last weekend in September.  Their address is 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN.  It is about 21 miles east of Indianapolis.  Tuttle Orchards remains a popular place with over 7,510 Facebook likes.

Stuckey Farm – Lebanon/Sheridan, IN – 8 Acres
Harvest festival weekends start September 26, 2015 !!
apple picking, 15 acres of pumpkins, wagon rides, cider donuts and a cider press. It is one of the largest cider mills in Indiana. Special events: Car show, antique tractor show, apple cider fest. The 40 acre farm was started in 1969 as the Stuckey Farm Market. It is currently owned and operated by the Pierce family. Located north of Indianapolis on the border of Hamilton and Boone Counties.
2013 Theme: Gladiator – Journey to Ancient Rome
2012 Theme: An’ the Gobble-uns ‘at gits you Ef you Don’t Watch Out!
2011 Theme: A Salute to the American Soldier

Lark Ranch – Greenfield, IN 46140.  They have two location in Greenfield and Loogootee.  They feature a 15 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, zip lines, hay rides, and more fall fun.  They are open weekends in October.  Their address is 1611 N. Meridian Rd., Greenfield, IN 46140.  Lark Ranch is about 21 miles east of Indianapolis.

Landess Farm – Daleville, IN.  They kick off their fall events with Family Fun on the Farm starting the last weekend in September.  They feature a pick your own pumpkin patch, 3 different corn mazes, hay wagon ride.  Their address is 6000 West County Road 700 South, Daleville, IN 47334.  It is about 56 miles northeast of Indianapolis.

Eklund’s Crazy Acres – Connersville, IN. 
Opens September 17, 2015 !!
Interesting place with a 7 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, a night time haunted maze, field trips, tractor pulled hay ride, concessions, gift shop, kids activities and more.  They generally are open Thursday through Sunday starting in the middle of September.  The maze has a goal search game for those who think they need more of a challenge while navigating the cornfield. Kids four and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. On Friday and Saturday nights, the maze is inhabited with ghouls and other creatures. Admission to the haunted maze including light source is $9.50.  Their address is 5579 W. County Rd., 300 N, Connersville, Indiana 47331.  It is about 60 miles east of Indianapolis.

Mike Kaiser Poor Farm – Franklin
A haunted corn maze located southeast of Indianapolis. The cornfield turns red in October as this family farm is plunged into chaos and terror. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October. Admission to the maze is $10. Hayrides are $5.