Fall Things to Do in Hendricks County
Get out and enjoy the beautiful autumn weather in Central Indiana. Just west of of Indianapolis, Hendricks County is the perfect place to enjoy your favorite fall activities. From pumpkin patches to hayrides to horseback riding, you are sure to find something the whole family will love.
The fall season offers you a chance to get lost in one of our corn mazes at Beasley's Orchard or Hogan's Farm, explore the beautiful changing leaves at McCloud Nature Park, or make your way through a haunted house at Haunted Hargrave Hall.
Discover more fall break getaways, festivals and other popular activities on our Fall page highlighting the top things to do this season.
Features include a pumpkin patch, corn maze and annual Heartland Apple Festival in the fall.
Enjoy the outdoors while experiencing a classic Fall tradition with the whole family.
In addition to horseback rides, visitors can see and interact with farm animals, go hiking, fishing or even stay in a 3,100-square-foot country cottage with a wrap-around porch that can sleep 12-16 people.
Hogan Farms Pumpkin patch & Corn Maze in Brownsburg, IN gives community members a place to come together and celebrate the fall with a hayride, corn maze, U-pick pumpkin patch, and a Petting Zoo.
Come see if you have what it takes to survive those who Haunt Hargrave Hall on October 20th, 26th and 27th from 7pm-11pm.
Hendricks County Parks & Trails
You’ll love taking in the beautiful colors of fall on a nature trail in one of our fabulous parks.
This bridge is a fascinating landmark in Hendricks County with lots of legend and history surrounding it. Click here to learn the Legend of the Avon Haunted Bridge.
Enjoy 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark fun at this top family choice. A live DJ, arcade games, special prizes and so much more make this indoor destination a perfect retreat for families looking for something a little different and even spooky.
Previously the jail and sheriff’s residence, this beautiful two-story brick structure is the only surviving example of the Second Empire style of architecture in the county.
Enjoy a private, guided tour of this small family farm where the owners are focused on best management practices including humane animal husbandry and eco-friendly, sustainable living for their herd of alpacas.