Kick off your fall in Hendricks County with fitness, arts and crafts, food and a prairie maze. Check out our top recommendations for the Run and Fun Weekend in the calendar below or follow this link to learn more!
Plainfield’s Quaker roots run deep—after all, it’s the high school mascot!—and that heritage is celebrated each September. Don’t miss the festival and the opening of a popular corn maze.
This weekend is all about the festivals, from heritage to grapes. Stick around to find your way through a corn or prairie maze, too!
The time is right to pick your pumpkins, go on a hayride, get lost (and found) in a maze, check out creative scarecrows, jam to live music and enjoy favorite fall foods.
Treat yourself to independent short films from all over the world or thrill at the bravery of those one-of-a-kind racecar drivers.
Grab some friends for a crafty weekend in Hendricks County. Local artisans and craftspeople show off their creative sides at the Artisan Marketplace. Afterwards, stop by the Beasley’s Orchard corn maze in Danville.
Watch out! There’s fun—and scares—around every corner at favorite haunts like the Old Jail, Twin Bridges and cemeteries. Our bloggers have previewed for you!
Get out of the car to enjoy the beautiful fall follage! Find the best hiking, bike and horse trails.
Find your way through four miles of trails in the seven-acre corn maze at Beasley’s Orchard in Danville. Open Fri-Sun Sept. 20-Oct. 27.
Beasley’s is extra fun Oct. 5-6 and 12-13 when they host the Heartland Apple Festival. Take a hayride to pick your pumpkin, enjoy live entertainment, play in the kids area and shop the craft marketplace.
There’s so much to do in Hendricks County this fall that you’ll want to stay a while! Get all our lodging options in a handy guide.