Take a Trip to Indiana’s Orchards
With fall quickly approaching, now is the time to explore some fun activities for you, your family and friends. What better way to endorse healthy eating and adventure than by going to a nearby apple orchard? Featuring various types of apples, each orchard
is unique with different arrangements, activities and additional goodies for you to indulge.
Adrian Orchards is a family-owned orchard that has been family-owned and operated since 1925. Located at 500 West Epler Ave., Indianapolis, Adrian Orchards is known for being the “Orchard nearest the Heart of Indianapolis” and
home to the Guinness Record Holder for “World’s Fastest Apple Picker,” George J. Adrian. Adrian Orchards has a variety of items you can pick throughout the season, including pumpkins perfect for carving, apples perfect for eating
and other treats to choose from.
Lily Orchard Café at Park Tudor School is known for its dipped caramel apples and fresh apple cider. Located at 500 E 71st St., Indianapolis, this orchard café offers a place to go with friends and family to grab a quick
treat. With everything from tacos, chicken noodle soup and apples to cookies and cider Lily Orchard Café has it all. Stop by today to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Pleasant View Orchard started in the 1930s and has continuously been family-owned and operated. Located at 10721 N 850 W, Fairland, Pleasant View Orchard has an assortment of goods to choose from in their retail store. The orchard is known for more
than 20 varieties of apples, which can be picked or purchased by customers during the fall. Not only do they have delicious treats, but they have activities for you and your crew including a pumpkin patch, wagon rides and a playground for kids.
Tuttle Orchards has provided quality products for more than 90 years. Located
at 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, this is a destination you have to visit this fall. With adventures from a corn maze to Tractor Town Kids’ Area, this orchard offers you the perfect day trip. Stop by their farm store for endless goodies to choose
from and be sure to save room for lunch and dessert at their café and sweet shop.
Beasley’s Orchard is located at 2304 E Main Street, Danville, and has been “harvesting memories since 1946.” Featuring a farm market, orchard, strawberry patch, sunflower field and so much more, this destination has it all. Check
their schedule before you go to see what kind of fun you can have. Beasley’s Orchard is a place to visit for an unforgettable time and lots of apples.
Plan a trip today to one of many Indiana orchards for a fun and yummy weekend or weekday getaway!