theCityMoms dish on our top picks for Indianapolis pumpkin patch fun.

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Nothing says Fall more than Pumpkin Spice Lattes, oh and of course the annual family pumpkin picking trip. Lucky for us, the typical Midwestern fall weather provides the perfect backdrop, and it looks like the temperature is finally going to start cooperating. Local venues are offering much more than just the traditional pick your pumpkin experience. Here is where our CityMoms are heading with their families to get into the autumnal spirit:

Russell Farms, Noblesville

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Love the smiles from CityMom Rebekah and her crew at Russell Farms!

Russell Farms has it all: pumpkin patch, corn maze, country store, farm exhibits, petting zoo, snack shack. theCityMoms Pro Tip: Go on Friday 10/12 and 10/19 to take advantage of Fall Break Bonus Days! $10 gets you admission and access to tons of attractions.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“Everyone is so friendly and welcoming!” – Andrea

“We love it!” – Georgette

“Always a great experience!” – Esther

“I love that they have tons of little photo-op areas around the farm.” – Jamie

Greendell Landscape Solutions, Mooresville

If you are looking for a no-frills, affordable, but just as fun option, check out Greendell Landscape Solutions to take a hayride out to to the pick your own pumpkin area and explore the corn maze.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“Not a lot of hype, and more reasonably priced for the pick your own experience.” – Christi

MORE FALL FUN READING: Fall Bucket List – 50 Fun Activities to do this Fall

Tuttle Orchards, Greenfield

Tuttle Orchards really is an experience. There are so many activities and sights to see that it is best to go when you have some time on your hands. Make sure you leave room for the Farm Store and most importantly the Sweet Shop. We like to play a game called “How many pumpkin donuts can we bring home without looking crazy.” theCityMoms Pro Tip: Buy tickets for the Behind the Scenes Apple Tour if you just can’t get enough!

What our CityMoms are saying:

“There’s a ton to do! It’s not just pumpkins.” – Holly

“They just have so much to do, and the caramel apples are fantastic.” – Kendra

Pleasant View Orchard, Fairland

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CityMom Victoria’s family hunts down the perfect pumpkin for home at Pleasant View Orchard.

This family-owned farm features apples galore, a playground, and wagon rides back to the pick-your-own-pumpkin patch. We hear the fried biscuits and apple butter are to die for, as is the homemade hot apple cobbler a la mode. Yes please.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“We love the wagon ride back to the you-pick-patch.” – Victoria

Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill, Sheridan

This farm has something for everyone from u-pick apples to fresh and locally grown fruits and vegetables to the traditional fall fare such as the pumpkin patch. theCityMoms Pro Tip: Visit on weekends until October 21 to experience the Harvest Festival for only $12.50 per person where guests can enjoy a corn maze, the Adventure Acres play area, a 60-foot slide, and an apple cannon. That’s right, an apple cannon. This is a can’t miss event for the family.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“They have a great play area with lots of activities.” – Nicole

Spencer Farm, Noblesville

Traditionally thought of as a berry farm, Spencer Fam has plenty of fall offerings for the family. Free hayrides transport guests back to the pumpkin patch. You can also dig your own mums and pick some seasonal grapes or red raspberries. theCityMoms Pro Tip: Stop in the Sweet Shop for seasonal treats or favorites such as fudge and Prairie Farms ice cream.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“This is great for toddlers!” – Rebekah

Stonycreek Farm Nursery & Landscaping, Noblesville

Celebrate the 46th Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival starting September 30th and running through October. Enjoy the Food Barn, hayrides, rubber duck races, Kiddiepillar, haunted house, and animals, plus many more attractions. theCityMoms Pro Tip: If you are looking to avoid large crowds, go on a Monday or Tuesday for a field-trip free experience. Visit on the weekend to try your hand at the cob cannon or pumpkin slingshot.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“We do this every year.” – Mandy

Beasley’s Orchard, Danville

This family farm, in operation since 1946, has all the fun Fall family offerings including a Barn Market, corn maze, hayrides, apple cannons, a u-pick pumpkin patch, and Barnyard Bonanza. theCityMoms Pro Tip: If your kids love Minions, you definitely want to check out the corn maze here.

What our CityMoms are saying:

“We have been to quite a few and liked this one the best!” – Rachel

Waterman’s Family Farm, Indianapolis location

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CityMom Sara and family hit Waterman’s Farm for pumpkins – and silly photos – year after year.

This Fall Harvest Festival features hayrides to a pumpkin patch, a family cornfield and straw maze, a straw mountain, an exotic interactive animal display, and a Scarecrow Factory. theCityMoms Pro Tip: Visit on the weekends for live music. Our CityMom Sara had us at the “pumpkin crushing dinosaur.”

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