Happy Fall Y’all!!
No admission fee!
Opening Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014
Saturdays 10 a.m-5 p.m.
Sundays Noon-5 p.m.
Open each weekend through October 26
Open Columbus Day 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Free activities include:
Wagon rides through the patch
Kids play area with corn box, hay bales
Fall game area
Small fee charged:
Face Painting- $6
Barnyard game area-$2
Barrel Train-$3 (Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 11, 12)
Schwratz Orchard Hot and Cold Cider
Our famous “Caramel Apples in a Bowl”
Laurel Woolridge’s Homemade Cinnamon Rolls
Fresh Baked Cookies and Sweet Breads
Fresh Kettle Corn
Over 55 varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash
Beautiful, fresh Bittersweet (hard to find)
Mums, Ornamental Corn, Decorated Pumpkins
Our famous Pumpkins Stacks- always great for your porch!
Welcome to Indian Knoll Pumpkins! We are so excited about our 6th year in the pumpkin business!
I (Penny), and daughter-in-laws, Elizabeth and Lindsey Bliler are looking forward to opening weekend Sept. 20!
Each year we incorporate new ideas and expand our offering of beautiful and unique specialty gourds, squash and pumpkins. We also have beautiful jack ‘o lanterns to pick from!
Last year we moved to the big, red barn which is an all-weather facility. It is beautifully decorated with fall décor made by us, or other local artisans. It is our goal to promote locally grown, locally made products and we strive to offer only things made in the USA.
We are welcoming many new vendors this year as well as a face painter and…hot, fresh Kettle Corn!
Kids can play in our popular corn box, climb on hay bales and visit our farm animals…all with no admission fee.
For a small fee kids can paint a pumpkin, play in our barnyard games and or ride the barrel train. (Be sure to check the dates of the barrel train.)
We can provide a bon fire for private groups. (Please check for availability)
May we also suggest including a visit to Abe’s Hideout and Saloon? This charming restaurant serves up outstanding, delicious meals and is only about 5 miles north of Indian Knoll. It is located in Mechanicsburg in the old bank. The original, ornate tin ceiling, brick walls and friendly staff make it a cozy, delightful stop while in the area!
You also must drive across the historic Bolivia Bridge, which is about ¼ mile north of the farm. It is piece of history in our area and very popular for fall photo shoots.
Indian Knoll Pumpkins is about a 30 minute drive from Springfield, Decatur or Taylorville.
To book a field trip call Penny, 217-827-0317 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Knoll Pumpkins
2850 N 1000 E Rd
Mechanicsburg, IL 62545
217-827- 0745 (Lindsey)