The Kelsey Farms Farm Experience and pumpkin patch is now open for the 2021 fall season. Everyone is invited to come experience the farm and learn while having a lot of fun at the same time!
Things to do at Kelsay Farms Pumpkin Patch
Brand new this year: visit the Old MacDonald Petting Zoo inside the former dairy barn. Kids will love seeing the animals and might even be greeted by the resident pets.
Ride the Moo Choo Train, take a hayride, bounce away on the giant bounce pillow, climb straw bale mountain, traverse the 7-acre corn maze, play some corn hole, eat a yummy grilled cheese sandwich or slurp a milkshake (now serving vanilla AND chocolate) and of course, slide right into that corn crib. During select times, enjoy live music and get your face painted! There are so many fun activities at Kelsay Farms, and they’re all included in your admission fee (with the exception of pumpkins and food)!
My little ones spend hours in the playground with corn kernels and my school-aged kids spend hours on top of the hay bale mountain!
Admission and Hours for Kelsay Farms
Admission is $12 per person and includes all activities! Children 1 and under are free. The only other costs you’ll incur are for food and pumpkins.
Opening Day is October 1, 2021! Open all weekends through October 31st. Hours: Friday nights 6-9 PM, Saturdays Noon-9 PM, and Sundays Noon-6 PM.
October 11th – 22nd, Kelsay Farms will be open daily from Noon – 6pm.
At night, you can check out the corn maze by flashlight and it’s NOT haunted! Bring your own flashlight.
Kelsay Farms Address
Kelsay Farms is located in Whiteland at 6848 N. County Road 250 E, between Tracy and Worthsville Roads, about 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis.
In my friend Erin’s experience, Kelsay Farms is one of the most wheelchair-friendly pumpkin farms.
6848 N. County Road 250 E