Corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Indianapolis 2017
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Indianapolis is one cool city when it comes to fall.

Before the winter chill sets in, Indianapolis and its surroundings embrace the fall by decorating their front porches with the scariest pumpkins in the neighborhood. The best places to obtain the perfect Halloween pumpkin is at the numerous pumpkin patches the Indianapolis region provides, and if you still haven’t obtained that pumpkin for Halloween (or the pumpkin pie that you’re famous for), here are the best patches you should visit.

Smith Family Farms
Now until Oct. 31 @ Various Times
7055 W. 675 S., Pendleton, IN 46064
(765) 617-1657

If you’re looking for that last minute pumpkin, then make a trip out to this farm. Smith Family Farms pumpkin patch will close on Halloween, and you still have time to get out to this patch and obtain the perfect pumpkin not only for the spookiest time of the year but also to create the perfect pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving.

The Hunted Loft & Piney Acres Farm
Now until Oct. 31 @ Various Times
Piney Acres Farm -- 1115 E. 1000 N. Fortville, IN 46040
(317) 326-1700

Looking for a scream for Halloween? Then make your way to the scariest farm in Indiana for Halloween. The Piney Acres Farm will transform into a terrifying plot of land that contains the scariest haunted corn maze in the state. If you can withstand the fright, then bring your party along to try to escape this maze of doom for Halloween.

Anderson Orchard
Now until Nov. 5 @ Various Times
369 E. Greencastle Rd., Mooresville, IN 46158
(317) 831-4181

This orchard is best known for its apples, but there will be plenty of pumpkins up for the picking for fall. Anderson Orchard has a great patch that will be filled with pumpkins in all shapes and size. After you pick out the perfect pumpkins, make your way over to the hayride to take a scenic tour of the farm.

Stonycreek Farm
Now until Oct. 31 @ Various Times
11366 SR 38 E., Noblesville, IN 446060
(317) 773-3344

Going to this farm to pick out the perfect fall pumpkin has become a tradition among many Central Indiana families. The Stoneycreek Farm is currently running their Pumpkin Harvest Festival, which contains a pumpkin patch that is large, scenic, and full of variety. So get your wheelbarrow and camera ready, and make it a day at the patch at Stoneycreek Farm.