Hamilton County

Spencer Farm
7177 East 161st St.
Noblesville, IN 46062
Phone: (317) 776-1560
Email: spencerfarm@comcast.net
Open: Typical crop availability: May-asparagus, rhubarb; June-strawberries, black raspberries, blueberries; July-blueberries; August and September- red raspberries, mums, summer vegetables; October- pumpkins and mums; November and December- live Christmas trees. Mon.-Sat. 9:00 am-7:00 pm; Sun. 12:00 pm-6:00 pm during strawberry picking season.
Directions: Follow signs from 146th Street and Allisonville Road gift shop.
Description: We now have pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, straw bales, field grown chrysanthemums, etc., and hayrides to the pumpkin patch on Saturday and Sunday. In the market we have apples grown right here in Indiana, along with many fall festive items. Don’t forget to order your Thanksgiving pies and baked goods. U-pick will begin at the end of May or first part of June. Restrooms are available.
Payment: Cash, credit cards
Website: spencerberryfarm.com/wb

 

Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill
19975 Hamilton Boone Road
Sheridan, IN 46069
Phone: (317) 769-4172; (317) 769-4636
Email: Info@aol.com
Open: Summer hours – June 25 to August 31: Monday through Friday 9:00 am-6:00 pm; Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm; closed Sunday. Fall hours – September 1 to October 31: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am-6:00 pm; Friday – Saturday 9:00 am-8:00 pm; Sunday 1:00 pm-5:00 pm.
Description: We’re a working orchard and farm that welcomes visitors. Come and pick 27 different varieties of apples from our 4,000 trees, take a free wagon ride through our orchard, watch us press cider, eat in our covered picnic area, or browse through a Country Market full of in-season Indiana produce, jellies, gifts – and of course, Indiana’s tastiest apples and cider. We also have a big u-pick area, where you’ll find the freshest produce for your dinner table, and 15 acres of the plumpest pumpkins you’ve ever seen! Beans, beets, cherries, corn (sweet), cucumbers, tomatoes, honey from hives on the farm, cider mill (fresh apple cider made on the premises), concessions/refreshment stand, porta-potties, restrooms, face painting, birthday parties, and school tours are also available.
Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard, Discover
Website: www.stuckeyfarm.com

 

Hancock County

Piney Acres Farm
1115 East 1000 North
Fortville, IN 46040
Phone: (317) 326-1700
Email: pineyacresfarm@yahoo.com
Open: Monday through Saturday, noon to 4:00 pm, weather permitting.
Directions: http://www.pineyacresfarm.com/contact-us/directions/
Description: Strawberries, pumpkins, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, corn maze, haunted corn maze, child-sized hay bale maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, gift shop, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, birthday parties. Bring your own container! Call ahead to be sure we aren’t “picked out.” Crops are usually available in September, October, November, and December.
Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard
Website: www.pineyacresfarm.com

 

Tuttle Orchards
5717 North 300 West
Greenfield, IN 46140
Phone: (317) 326-2278
Fax: (317) 326-8674
Email: staff@tuttleorchards.com
Open: “Pick your own apples” (Labor Day weekend through middle of October), “Pick your own green beans” (June to July), and “Pick your own blackberries” (early to mid-August) are open Monday through Wednesday from 9:00 am-6:00 pm; Thursday 9:00 am-7:00 pm; Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am-6:00 pm. Closed Sunday.
Directions: We are located three miles north and three miles east of the Mount Comfort Road Interstate 70 Exit. We are approximately 30 minutes from downtown Indianapolis, and approximately 20 minutes from Lawrence, Geist, Fishers, Greenfield, and Fortville. Go to http://www.indianapolisorchard.com/visit/
Description: Apples, blackberries, pumpkins, cider mill (fresh apple cider made on the premises), gift shop, concessions/refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, farm animals, birthday parties, school tours. Fall festivities including corn maze, kid’s area Saturday, concessions, farm animals, and hayrides begin with kickoff Caramel Apple Festival Saturday in early September and runs through October 31st. Spring: Greenhouses and bedding plants; Summer: Homegrown fruits and vegetables; Fall: fall activities, apples, pumpkins, school tours; Winter: Shipping of apples, fruit baskets.
Apples: Lodi, Earligold, Jersey Mac, Paula Red, Akane, Ginger Gold, Gala, Mollie’s Delicious, Golden Supreme, Honeycrisp, Early Fuji, McIntosh, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, Cortland, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Melrose, Idared, Scarlet Beauty, Turley Winesap, Mutsu/Crispin, Braeburn, Stayman, Fuji, Granny Smith, and Blacktwig. Picking is available early July to Mid-October
Other Fruit: Red Raspberries, Blue Plums, Pumpkins, and Chestnuts. Red Raspberries: picking starts mid-August; Plums: picking is available in August; Pumpkins: picking starts late September; Chestnuts: picking starts late September.
Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard, Discover, American Express, WIC Farm Market Vouchers
Website: www.tuttleorchards.com

 

Hendricks County

Beasley’s Orchard
2304 E. Main St.
Danville, IN 46122
Phone: (317) 745-4876
Email: beasleys.orchard@gmail.com
Open: Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Monday through Saturday; noon to 6:00 pm on Sunday. Take a hay ride to a “U-Pick” pumpkin patch Saturdays from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and Sundays noon to 5:00 pm. Haunted corn maze: 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm, Fridays and Saturdays.
Directions: From Indianapolis, take Rockville Road west for about 6 miles. Rockville Road becomes US-36 W. Continue on US-36 for 7.5 miles. Turn right onto S County Road 300 E. and proceed 1/3 of a mile. Turn left onto E. Main Street. 2304 E. Main Street is on the right. Your destination is just past County Road 250. If you reach Woodberry Dr., you’ve gone about 1/3 of a mile too far.
Description: Crops that are now produced each year for wholesale and retail sales include: Apples, Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Green Beans, Cucumbers, Peppers, Eggplant, Squash, Cantaloupe, Watermelon and Pumpkins. Special features of the farm include the “Heartland Apple Festival” held the first two weekends in October and a U-pick pumpkin patch accessible by hayrides every weekend in October. Customized fruit baskets and shipping boxes are available throughout the holiday season. Admission: $5 per vehicle.
Payment: Cash
Website: www.beasleys-orchard.com/orchard/market.php

 

Hogan Farm Market
9110 E. County Road 1000 N.
Brownsburg, IN 46112
Phone: (317) 450-5248
Email: zf2006@aol.com
Open: Daily from 10:00 am-6:00 pm. For pumpkin picking: Monday to Friday from 11:00 am-6:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am-6:00 pm, September 20th to October 31st.
Directions: From I-465 and 86th Street, head west on 86th Street until you come to Lafayette Road, go straight through the four-way stop sign (west) about five miles and the pumpkin patch will be on your right. From Brownsburg: Head north on SR267 until you come to 1000N (86th St.) and then turn right, go about three to four miles and the pumpkin patch will be on your left. From I-65, get off the Brownsburg exit (SR 267) and head south until you come to 1000N, turn left and go three to four miles and the pumpkin patch is on your left.
Description: Corn (sweet), pumpkins, winter squash, honey from hives on the farm, restrooms, picnic area (bring your own food), school tours, and group reservations are available.
Payment: Cash, Check
Website: www.brownsburgcornmaze.com

 

Stamper Farms & Gardens
1288 S. County Rd. 600 W.
Danville, IN 46122
Phone: (317) 539-4616
Open: Call to schedule a time for U-pick
Directions: From Indianapolis, take Rockville Road west for about 6 miles. Rockville Road becomes US-36 W. Continue on US-36 for 16.5 miles, passing through Danville. Turn left onto County Road 600. County Road 600 is 0.6 miles past County Road 550. If you reach N State Road 75 you’ve gone about 0.8 miles too far. 1288 S. County Road 600 W is on the right. If you reach W County Road 200 S you’ve gone about 0.7 miles too far.
Description: Offers $4/qt. for picked and $2/lb. for U-Pick. Strawberry flats to pick into for $1.50/lb. You are welcome to bring your own containers to pick into – we can weigh them before you start picking. Call ahead for more information. Cabbage, fresh & dried herbs, corn, broccoli, cucumbers, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, gourds, green beans, green onions, zucchini. We use no chemicals when growing our produce. Call in your order for on-farm pickup during the growing season. Public restrooms are not available. See us at the Danville Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. till noon.
Payment: Cash
Website: www.facebook.com/StamperFarmsAndGardens

 

Johnson County

The Apple Works
8157 South 250 West
Trafalgar, IN 46181
Phone: (317) 878-9317
Email: appleworks@embarqmail.com
Open: Monday through Saturday, 9:00 am-6:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am-6:00 pm.
Directions: From SR 135, go east on SR 252 in Trafalgar; right on CR 300 for five miles; right on CR 250 W for one mile. See the “Maps & Attractions” page of the website for detailed directions.
Description: A year round farm featuring the Apple Works orchard with over 50 varieties of apples, Asian pears, strawberries (including U-pick), beautiful pumpkins (including U-pick), squashes, and gourds. Many other produce options available year round along with pies and goodies in the market store. Visit the farm with the family and enjoy the gazebo, waterfall, pond, farm animal exhibit, or a tractor-drawn wagon ride. Offering strawberries on select days. Call ahead to check availability. No admission fee.
Payment: Cash
Website: www.apple-works.com

 

Waterman’s Family Farm
1100 N. Ind. 37
Greenwood, IN 46143
Phone: (317) 888-4189
Email: info@watermansfamilyfarm.com
Open: Daily, 9:00 am-7:00 pm during pumpkin season
Directions: From I-465 on the south side of Indianapolis, take SR 37 south five miles. Farm is on the west side of SR37, 1/4 mile south of the county line.
Description: U-Pick pumpkins are available beginning in the last week of September and continuing through the end of October. In addition, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a train ride for small children, little farmer play activities, and visits with farm animals are available.
Payment: Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express, SNAP, and cash.
Website: www.watermansfamilyfarm.com

 

Marion County

Adrian Orchards
500 W. Epler Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46217
Phone: (317) 784-7783 / (317) 784-0550
Open: Hours: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, Monday through Saturday; noon to 6:00 pm Sunday.
Directions: From I-465 on Indianapolis’ south side, exit at South East Street (U.S.31) and proceed south to Epler Avenue. Turn right on Epler Avenue and go west past Meridian Street. 500 West Epler will be on the north side of the street.
Description: A family-owned business celebrating 90 years in operation, these orchards include a “U-Pick” pumpkin patch, apples, unpasteurized cider, cider slush, apple butter, jams, jellies and fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Payment: Cash, check
Website: www.AdrianOrchards.com

 

dfTOM Urban Farm
242 W. Troy Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225
Phone: (317) 331-4104; alternate phone: (812) 327-8060
Fax: (317) 426-2411
Email: dfTOMFARM@gmail.com
Open: Spring picking should begin in late April. Tuesday to Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm; Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am-2:00 pm; Closed Monday.
Directions: If in downtown Indy: from S. Meridian and McCarty Street, head south on Meridian Street 3 miles, then west on Troy Avenue. If on I-70: exit at West Street, go south on West Street, West turns into Bluff Road, continue south on Bluff Road, turn east onto Troy Avenue. If on I-465: exit at Harding Street, go north on Harding to Troy Avenue, then east on Troy Avenue for one mile. We’re just east of Bluff Road.
Description: No pesticides are used. Beans, beets, cucumbers, eggplant, herbs/spices, onions, summer squash, tomatoes, other fruit or vegetables, U-pick and already picked. We offer the following veggies: Five varieties of tomatoes; Roma and Blue Lake green beans; collard, kale, blue kale, swiss chard; okra; Longhorn cucumbers and pickling cucumbers; zucchini and yellow squash; green, yellow, and black bell peppers.
Payment: Cash only
Website: www.dftomurbanfarm.com

 

Distelrath Farms
6302 E. Raymond Street
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Phone: (317) 363-4149
Email: andrew@distelrathfarms.com
Description: U-pick organic strawberries by appointment only (Saturday mornings are your best bet). Please visit the website and email for more information.
Payment: Cash, check
Website: www.distelrathfarms.com

 

Driving Wind Blueberry Farm
6410 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Phone: (317) 257-3001
Open: By appointment; call for an appointment.
Directions: From I-465 on the north side of Indianapolis, exit at N. Michigan Rd./US-421 South. Continue south on N Michigan Rd. 6410 Michigan Road is on the right. Your destination is just past Mayfair Dr. If you reach W 64th St you’ve gone a little too far.
Description: Opens in June, peak picking in mid-July. Known for blueberries, and also offers homemade pie.
Payment: Cash only
Website: www.facebook.com/DrivingWindFarm

 

Farm U-Pick at the Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center
727 N. Oriental St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 652-5745
Email: kate@growingplacesindy.org (Kate Franzman)
Open: Thursday evenings, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, from early June to mid-September.
Description: Customers can come pick their own produce and save money, experience the fun of picking their own fresh produce, learn how food is grown and ask a farmer all of their questions about preparing, storing or growing their own food. SNAP-EBT (food stamp) benefits are accepted.
Payment: Cash, check, SNAP
Website: www.growingplacesindy.org/urban-farming

 

Waterman’s Family Farm
7010 E. Raymond St.
Indianapolis, IN 46239
Phone: (317) 356-6995
Email: info@watermansfamilyfarm.com
Open: Daily, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm.
Directions:  From I-465 on the south side of Indianapolis take Southeastern Avenue exit to Arlington Avenue; turn north on Arlington then east on Raymond Street. The farm is on the north side of street.
Description: Strawberries; English and sugar snap peas; Bell, sweet banana, hot Hungarian, jalapeno, chili, cayenne, hot Portugal, pablano, and habanero peppers; mustard and turnip greens; and pumpkins. Fall Harvest Festival beginning last weekend in September and running throughout the month of October includes: hayride to the pumpkin patch; Tyranny, the pumpkin-eating dinosaur; cornfield maze for children; straw bale maze; animal petting activity; pony rides; live music on weekends. Call ahead to confirm the availability and to be sure that we aren’t “picked out.” U-pick will begin at the end of May or first part of June.
Payment: Master Card, Visa, Discover, American Express, SNAP, and cash.
Website: www.watermansfamilyfarm.com

 

Morgan County

Anderson Orchard
369 E. Greencastle Rd.
Mooresville, IN 46158
Phone: (317) 831-4181
Fax: (317) 831-4850
Email: info@andersonorchards.com
Open: Early July to August 15: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm, seven days a week; August 16 to November: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm or dark, whichever comes first, seven days a week.
Directions: We are located two miles west of Mooresville on Main Street. Approximately one mile west of town, Main Street turns into Greencastle Road, immediately after White Lick Road.
Description: Pick your own apples. Fresh apple cider and apple butter made from Anderson Orchard apples. Visit our concession stand for caramel apples, cider slush, and more. Visit our annual Apple Festival & Craft Fair in September. Fresh fruits & vegetables, preserves & butters, and frozen fruit & vegetables are available in our retail store. Also, pre-picked produce, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, hay rides, and school tours are available.
Apples: Lodi, Earligold, Jersey Mac, Paula Red, Akane, Ginger Gold, Gala, Mollie’s Delicious, Golden Supreme, Honeycrisp, Early Fuji, McIntosh, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, Cortland, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Melrose, Idared, Scarlet Beauty, Turley Winesap, Mutsu/Crispin, Braeburn, Stayman, Fuji, Granny Smith, and Blacktwig. Picking is available early July to mid-October
Other Fruit: Red raspberries, blue plums, pumpkins, and chestnuts. Red raspberries: picking starts mid-August; Plums: picking is available in August; Pumpkins: picking starts late September; Chestnuts: picking starts late September.
Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard.
Website: www.andersonorchards.com

 

Beasley Creek Farms
210 St. John Road
Martinsville, IN 46151
Phone: (765) 342-0209
Email: lstjohn4@yahoo.com
Open: Crops are usually available in September, October, November, and December, Friday 1:00 pm-10:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am-10:00 pm.
Directions: Call (765) 342-0209 for directions.
Description: Corn (sweet), cucumbers, flowers, pumpkins, tomatoes, other fruit or vegetables, Christmas wreaths and boughs, Christmas decorations, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch-already gathered from the field, corn maze, child-sized hay bale maze, and pre-picked produce, snacks and refreshment stand, picnic area, tractor-pulled hay rides, face painting, and petting zoo.
Payment: Cash only
Website: www.facebook.com/pages/Beasley-Creek-Farms/145169785523742

 

Zink Berry Farm
5878 S. Skinner Road
Morgantown, IN 46160
Phone: (765) 346-9813 (before 3:00 p.m.); (317) 410-3554 (after 3:00 p.m.)
Email: zinkberryfarm@gmail.com
Open: Raspberries are ready the first week of June; currants are usually ready by the second week of June; blueberries are usually starting to ripen by June 15th and last until September; blackberries are usually ready in July and last until September.
Directions: Take Marion Street off State Road 135 (in Morgantown) to the T and turn right onto Lick Creek Road. Go to the first road to the left, which is Skinner Road. Turn left onto Skinner Road and go approximately one mile to Zink Berry Farm located on the right hand side at 5878 South Skinner Road.
Description: Uses natural growing practices for blackberries, blueberries, currants (red and black), blue plums, chestnuts, raspberries (Spring, red), raspberries (Autumn, red). Also, fresh eggs, U-pick and already picked, farm market, restrooms, petting zoo, farm animals, and school tours are available.
Payment: Cash, Check
Website: www.zinkberryfarm.com

 

Shelby County

Pleasant View Orchard
10721 N. 850 W.
Fairland, IN 46126
Phone: (317) 861-4025
Fax: (317) 861-1952
Email: adria@pleasantvieworchardin.com
Open: Mid July through late November: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, seven days a week.
Directions: I-74 east to Pleasant View Exit (exit 101). Turn left and go over the highway to the stop sign. Turn left to Sycamore. Go right to Mulberry. Turn left and go one mile. The orchard will be on your left.
Description: Pick your own apple orchard. Pick your own pumpkin patch. Wagon rides to the pumpkin patch on the weekends. Country Store with apple cider, apple cider slush, caramel apples, apple butter, preserves, honey, fresh vegetables, and much more. Concession Stand open on the weekends serving hot apple cobbler, caramel apple fondue, elephant ears, fried biscuits, corn dogs, hot dogs, BBQ sandwiches, and nachos.
Apples: Over 20 apple varieties harvested throughout the season: Akane, Braeburn, Cameo, Cortland, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Golden Supreme, Granny Smith, Hawaii, Honey Crisp, Ida Red, Jonagold, Jonathan, Lodi, McIntosh, Melrose, Mollies Delicious, Mutsu, Pink Lady, Pristine, Rambo, Red Delicious, Scarlet Beauty, Stayman Winesap, Turley Winesap, Zestar! Customers can pick their own apples or purchase pre-picked apples in our country store. Pick-your-own apples are available every day. You must use our bags for apple picking. We offer 1/2 Peck, Peck, and 1/2 Bushel bags.
Other Fruit: A family favorite is our pick-your-own Pumpkin Patch. We offer wagon rides to the pumpkin patch on the weekends. Our patch is open every day beginning usually around the last weekend in September. Check back for exact opening date.
Website: www.pleasantvieworchardin.com