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Stuckey Farm Harvest Fall Festival

 
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Family Fun for All Ages
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Commercial / For Profit
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Pumpkin Patches, Halloween Festivals & Parades, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Kids Parties, Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Free Parking
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We’re a working orchard and family friendly farm that welcomes visitors. Come and pick 27 different varieties of apples from our 4,000 trees, u-pick vegetables, wagon rides, school tours, and more family fun. A great place to bring family and friends to enjoy everything that fall in central Indiana has to offer. This year, we have even more happening at the farm with our Harvest Festival. Email Haunt Owner
Antique Tractor Show and Ice Cream Social
Come see some of the coolest local tractors around. Bring little ones and let them see up close what farming was like decades ago.

Family Days
Bring the whole family out for Family Days at Stuckey Farm where many of our items are just $1 (including many of our crowd favorites).

Car Show
If you enjoy looking at all types of antique cars then this weekend will be for you. We will offer prizes for the car show winners. Also this weekend, find your best friend and join us for a corn hole tournament. More details on both events coming soon.

Apple Fest / James Whitcomb Riley Weekend
This weekend we are all about apples. With 27 varieties why wouldn’t we be? In addition to all things apples, we will also have an apple pie contest, so bring your best to be judged by the experts. Also, we will be celebrating the life of the famous Indiana poet, James Whitcomb Riley with the reading of his Halloween story. Watch for the gobblins…

Cider Fest / Flash Light Night in the Corn Maze
We couldn’t let a season go by without celebrating apple cider. It’s one of our favorite things to make fresh each year at the farm. Also, back again this year is a crowd favorite, the flashlight night in the corn maze. You think it’s hard to navigate in the daytime, wait until you try it in the dark. (We also heard that Abe Lincoln may make an appearance on Sunday)

Pumpkin Fest / Pumpkin Pie Contest
A great way to close out our Harvest Festival is to celebrate with pumpkins and pumpkin pie. Come on out to our pumpkin patch and pick from all shapes and sizes imaginable. Stay to participate in our pumpkin pie contest. See who has the best pie around.
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Admission Costs: $8 per person

Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Other - Call or Visit Website

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Event last updated 196 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.
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