September 14 - November 01, 2019
Visitors will come from near and far to experience Fall Harvest Days at Amish Acres mid-September through November 1. Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in Indiana with its cool, comfortable days and crisp October evenings. Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort will be decorated for the season with corn shocks, pumpkins and scarecrows galore! Visitors will enjoy the Harvest Market featuring crisp fall apples and of course pumpkins, along with gourds, squash, bittersweet, and Indian corn.
Kuhns Cider Grist Mill
The Amish Acres courtyard will host demonstrations* unique to the season. The aroma of apples fill the air as demonstrations show how apples are boiled in a large iron kettle over an open fire and cider is pressed in the Kuhns Cider Grist Mill. The eight unique shops in the courtyard will feature fall favorites, among them are homemade caramel apples, pumpkin fudge and ice cream in The Log Cabin Fudgery and Soda Fountain.
Weekend Schedule (Saturday and Sunday)
Apple Butter Apple Cider
12 p.m.; 1 p.m.; 3 p.m. 12:15 p.m.; 1:15 p.m.; 3:15 p.m.
September 20 thru October 27, 2019
It takes 200 Scarecrows to return to the farm for their annual reunion to stand guard along the lane as the team of Belgians and hay wagon haul kids to the Pumpkin Patch during Fall Harvest Days at Amish Acres. Lining the lane, these creative creations come from far and wide as groups of all kinds compete for cash prizes. Winners are selected by the votes of the visitors to the farm during Fall Harvest Days
A leisurely farm wagon ride travels down the gravel lanes, through the woods and out to the pumpkin patch where friendly scarecrows stand guard over rows and rows of bright orange pumpkins. Kids can choose a pumpkin to take home and enjoy roasting marshmallows* over an open camp fire.
*Marshmallows are back at the pumpkin patch 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort
1600 West Market Street
Fairs and Festivals, Seasonal
Amish Country, Northern Indiana