Fun Things to do This October in Indiana Christina Poetz September 29, 2017 Entertainment, Local, News, Opinion, Perspective 503 Tweet With October coming soon many are excited about their usual fall traditions. Oct. makes people think of pumpkin carving, apple picking, leaf changing and Halloween. There are many places in Indiana where you can enjoy these fun fall festivities. Tuttles Orchard – Greenfield In the fall, you can enjoy apple picking, pumpkin picking, corn maze, kids farm, farm store and the sweet shop. The apple orchard has multiple apples including Honeycrisp, Cortland, Jonathan, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious and Jonagold. You can pick apples or pick them up in the store. There $6, $12 and $20 bags. It is a great place to go with a few friends or family. Visit their site: http://www.indianapolisorchard.com/ Brown County Leaf Change If you are wanting to get away for a few days, Brown County is the perfect place. They offer many places to stay in the area. They are famous for their many trees in the area. People love to stay and look at all the leaves change. If you want a technology-free, relaxing weekend this is the place to go. Vist their site: http://www.browncounty.com/ Headless Horseman – Fishers At Conner Prairie, you are able to go on the Headless Horseman hayride from Oct. 12-15, 19-22 and 26-29. While you wait in line for the ride you will be told the story, “Legend of the Sleepy Hollow.” When on the hayride the Headless Horseman will sneak out from the woods to scare everyone. Visit their site: http://www.connerprairie.org/ Indy Scream Park – Anderson This scary park is open until Nov. 4. It is only open Friday, Saturday 7 pm-12 am and Sunday 7 pm- 10:30 pm. This year the themes are Zombieland: Unchained, Pandemic Mutation, Rage 3D, Back Woods and Brickmore Asylum. Indystar called the attraction, “…the biggest and baddest in the state.” Visit their site: https://www.indyscreampark.com/ Hanna Haunted Acres – Indianapolis The themes this year are Carnevil, Outbreak, Hooded and Field of Fiends. There is also a hayride to enjoy. The attraction is open Monday, Friday and Saturday from 7-10 pm. It is definitely one of the cheaper options when it comes to haunted attractions. Visit their site: http://www.hannahauntedacres.com/ Stonycreek Farm Pumpkin Harvest Festival – Noblesville The Pumpkin Harvest Festival is from Sept. 30-Oct. 31. Their hours are 10 am-5 pm, 7 days a week. This is a great and close location to get pumpkins for carving this fall season. Visit their site: http://www.stonycreekfarm.net/pumpkinharvestfestival.htm Tweet Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmail Explore Other Posts Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.