Can’t Miss Apple Orchards

    It’s September! It doesn’t matter how long kids have been back to school or that it’s still 90 degrees, September always feels like the back to school month and I get the itch to break out my boots and scarves. I also start to fill up the calendar with fall festivals and my fall bucket list items.3961478815_fc4602ba9f_z

    This week we’ve compiled a list of nearby apple orchards to put on your own fall bucket list. Plus a bonus festival you won’t want to miss!
    Clayton 
    Kehrein Orchards Apple House:    (317) 539-2000
    Martha’s Orchard  Website
    Danville 
    Beasley’s Orchard Website
    Mooresville 

    Gregory’s Orchard Website

    Anderson Orchards  Website
    Anderson Orchards  is a favorite of many of our team members.
    Here’s why Stephanie loves it so much, “This is my favorite place for apple cider slushies! My kids love to play on the play ground, pick your own peck of apples. You can wander fields of apple trees of various sorts. There are also nut trees and berry bushes during the right seasons. You can also go to the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkin or they have tons pre-picked by the big barn. There’s a pond for fishing and picture perfect for picnics. There’s a hill that if climbed you can see almost to Indianapolis, very breath taking to see.
    Anderson orchard is family friendly so many things to see and do, and it’s free to enter, lots of fresh goodness that changes with the seasons.
    Fall is my favorite time to go, going there feels like fall, looks like fall and tastes like fall!”apple-apple-tree
    Bonus Festival: 
    Traders Point Creamery in Zionsville
    Oktoberfest Saturday October 8th 12-7 http://traderspointcreamery.com/events/oktoberfest/10742561004_e76b1aeea9_z
     This festival features a polka band and lots of kid activities (games, face painting, petting zoo). You can sample all of their products, including cheese, milk, and yogurt. They have great traditional German food and beer for the adults. The whole family can take a hayride and pick out a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. It’s all to raise money for the Traders Point Rural Historic District so it’s a fun event for a great cause!

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