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Indianapolis Agritourism

In Indianapolis proper, the fresh produce and farm fun still abounds. Check out the Indianapolis City Market and the Farmers Southside Market – ideal for you city dwellers – or head to the Waterman's Family Farm (with an additional location in Greenwood, south of metro Indianapolis).

Originating as Waterman’s Farm Market in 1978, Waterman's Family Farm is open from May to November – and is known for the Raymond Street Market, and annual events like Strawberry Jam and the Fall Harvest Festival.

Those looking for apples have plenty from which to choose in the Indy area. Check out Anderson Orchard in Mooresville, Tuttle Orchards in Greenfield, and Apple of His Eye Orchard in Anderson.

For pick-your-own vegetables, check out Beasley Creek Farms in Martinsville – offering corn, cucumbers, and tomatoes, plus a petting zoo and tractor rides. Speaking of petting zoos, see more animals like elk at Carley Farms in Atlanta, cows and calves at Kelsay Farms in Whiteland, and plenty more furry friends at Autumn Hill Llamas & Fiber in Fairland.

If you’re looking for a sweet escape, try the Rainbow Hill Daylily Farm in Lafayette, and the Hunter's Honey Farm in back Martinsville.

For some holiday fun, visit the Deere Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Lanesville, the Pumpkin Patch & Party Barn at Smith Family Farms in Pendleton, the Clearview Family Christmas Tree Farm in Arlington, and both pumpkins and pines at Piney Acres Farm in Fortville or Spencer Farm in Noblesville.