Most Hoosiers agree Fall is the very best season in Indiana. The brilliantly colored leaves, mild temperatures and gentle autumn breezes make it an ideal time to get outdoors and celebrate the harvest and Halloween season.
As the fields are harvested, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and apple orchards buzz with the bounty that autumn brings. We invite you to visit the many destinations throughout Grant County that offer Fall Family Fun! Here is a list of destinations and festivals that celebrate harvest time and create lasting memories.
River’s Edge Family Golf and Pumpkin Patch, Marion, Now Open
Spencer Farms Orchard, Upland, Now Open
Hainlen Orchard, Converse, Now Open
Salamonie Fall Festival, Salamonie Reservoir, Oct. 14 & 15
Marion’s Fall Fest, Matter Park, Oct. 22
Gas City Boo Fest, 307 W. South H St (next to the pool), Oct. 22
Motorcycle Trunk-N-Treat, Gas City Park, Oct. 23
Boo Bash – Wispy Pine Boutique, Gas City, Oct. 29
While it is cool to take a “walk on the wildside”, it is horrifying to take the haunted walk on the Cardinal Screamway. On Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 & 29, your wicked walk begins in Jonesboro on the Cardinal Greenway which will be creepified, becoming the Cardinal Screamway! Resist your urge to run for your life as you encounter monstrous beings lurking in the night and perilous screams with every unnerving step you take. It’s two frightful nights only! Dare to be scared and click the Cardinal Screamway link above in blue for times and tickets.
Grant County offers so many experiences to celebrate harvest time and Halloween. Whether your family is looking for fearless fun at pumpkin patches and orchards or you are looking for a heart pounding scare, we’ve got a boo-tiful line up of experiences and events this month.
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