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North Indiana Agritourism

The landscape of northern Indiana was made for agriculture, and in turn, agritourism.

Fort Wayne, the second largest city in Indiana, features some pretty fun farmers’ markets in town. When visiting the Summit City, check out some local produce at the Historic West Main Street Farmers Market, the East State Village Farmers Market, and the Southside Market.

For the animal lover in your outfit, check out Blue Spruce Alpacas in La Porte, the Indian Prairie Alpacas in Middlebury, and the Heritage Farm Suri Alpacas in Flora. And if you’re looking for an adventure, head to Fair Oaks for Fair Oaks Farms – home of the Dairy Adventure, the Pig Adventure, and the Farmhouse Restaurant for when you work up an appetite.

For a more festive outing, check out the Mcclure Christmastree Farm also in La Porte, or Guse Christmas Trees in Wanatah. When you’re looking for outdoor fun this autumn, don’t miss the Scavenger Hunt Corn Maze, the Pumpkin Patch, or the Dairy Farm over in Goshen at Knollbrook Farm. For more pumpkin patches, visit Landess Farm in Daleville – also great for strawberries.

For some pick-your-own fun, head to Stateline Blueberries in Michigan City (where they also offer jam and honey), or take home some strawberries from GuseBerries back in Wanatah (also offering hay and freezer beef from Double "R" Guse Farms). And if it’s apple picking you’re after, check out Angola for G. W. Stroh Orchards.