If you are looking for places in Indy to take your family and friends on a hayride or host a bonfire, we have the best places here. During the Fall months in Indianapolis, there is so much to do! Thank goodness! The full calendar of activities and opportunities helps dull the pain of summers end.
An activity that has quickly become a tradition with our family and friends is an evening hayride with a bonfire. The price tag is a bit cumbersome for the average family but hayrides are way more fun with more people so set a date and start inviting everyone!
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Starting at $60 for up to 20 people ($3 for each additional rider), take a beautiful hayride through the scenic park. Ask about reserving a bonfire. Call for reservations, more information.
For $175 you get 3 hours shelter use and a bonfire, plus a one hour wagon ride. Additional wagons are $100. Rentals are on Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, September 19 – November 1.
Don’t forget that in addition to these fees you will pay $5 per vehicle to get into the park.
Call 317.327.7116 for more information and reservations.
Evening hayride and bonfire parties from 6pm-11pm. Covered sites with a hayride are $250 and up. Uncovered outdoor sites are $300 and up. Make your group reservations quickly!
Friday – Sunday, September – November. Prices starting at $110 for 3 hours of a picnic area (upgrade to a shelter or building for additional fee), a campfire and tractor pulled hayride (20-30 minutes). Park staff will build a fire and leave you with firewood. Wagons seat about 25 people and additional wagons are available for $60. Call 317.327.4834 for more information and reservations.
Waterman’s Family Farm
Private Hay Ride Parties. Call for more information.
Hayride and bonfire parties, prices starting at $70. Five sites throughout the orchard. Make reservations. Take a hayride and the enjoy a bonfire for up to 4 hours. Bring your own chairs. Hotdog roasting sticks are also provided. Picnic tables and lighting available. 317.839.0898
We like to bring roasting sticks and cook hot dogs over the fire as well as s’mores. Easy, cheap and fall like…