Corn Mazes Around Greater Lafayette

Corn Mazes Around Greater Lafayette

Amp up the thrill this Fall, y’all, with country corn mazes here in the Greater Lafayette, IN area! With corn mazes available with skill levels of easy to rugged escape, you’ll find something up your alley. Here’s some information on the growing fun to be had around these parts out in the corn fields! Corn mazes and pumpkin patches often work hand in hand, so click here to view a complete list of pumpkin patches around too! Greater Lafayette, IN Local Corn Mazes We found this photo on the Exploration Acres Facebook page! Exploration AcresSeasonally, Exploration Acres opens to the public for a full corn maze and pumpkin patch! It’s one of the most known corn mazes in the state of Indiana, and – fun fact – it holds the title for the largest corn maze in Northwest Indiana! Exploration Acres doesn’t hold back when it comes to Fall, family fun. Hay rides, fire pits for rent, a rustic store, and so, so much more are all on the property! Click here to explore their website for more information.Here are some fun stats for reference: 18 acres, 9 miles of path, 4 mazes!This year, the main corn maze theme displays our very own Purdue University’s 150 Year Giant Leaps campaign. Click here to see the current outline/map along with links to year’s past designs.Additionally, this year Exploration Acres partners with Rugged Xcape for an escape room type maze. It runs only on Saturday and Sundays in October, and it’s designed for a 20-30 min group activity! Click here for tickets and more information! This is not a haunted maze,...
July 4th in Greater Lafayette, IN 2019

July 4th in Greater Lafayette, IN 2019

Greater Lafayette, IN celebrates America in style. We’re talking all day festivals ending with a BANG of firework displays. Here’s some information for you to plan your 4th of July! Stars and Stripes Concert and Celebration (Riehle Plaza; Lafayette, IN): July 4th, 2019 from 5:30 – 10:30 P.M. Here’s the description from a sponsor of this event, the Greater Lafayette, IN AARP website: “Join the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette as we celebrate 4th of July in spectacular style! Performances include the Lafayette Citizens Band and the Freedom Singers, as well as several others! Be sure to arrive early, as streets close and seating in the plaza is very limited. Fireworks are at 10:00 P.M.”4th of July #dollarday at Mammaw’s Sweet Shoppe (Lafayette, IN): July 3rd, 2019 from 9:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. The Facebook event says: “All cupcakes, decorated sugar cookies and cream horns on sale for $1ea.” WHAT?! Yes! Don’t miss out!Sweet Revolution Bake Shop in Downtown Lafayette, IN closes this year on July 4th. However, they’ll be open all week with fun, festive desserts! Click here to view the menu and information on how to get your order in.July 4th Festival at TPA Park (Frankfort, IN): July 4th, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. This is an all day, family friendly event! Here’s what the Facebook event has to say: “The Festival will kick off… on Thursday, July 4th with entertainment, food vendors, craft vendors & so much more! We will end the night with the Jaycees Firework Show beginning at dusk. The TPA Petting Zoo & Aviary will be open all day.”Brookston Fireworks...
Summer Festivals within an Hour’s Drive of Greater Lafayette, IN

Summer Festivals within an Hour’s Drive of Greater Lafayette, IN

Long days, cool nights, sweet corn, and lightening bugs are just a few sure signs of an Indiana Summer, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! That means it’s also time for some fun festivals. The good news: there’s an entire list of Indiana State Festivals. Click here to view that website! The great news: We’ve narrowed it down for you to ones in the Greater Lafayette, IN area. Keep reading for more information on up coming festivals throughout our neck of the woods! All information here was provided by the Indiana State Festival Association! Indiana Festivals in Tippecanoe, Carroll, Montgomery, Clinton, Warren, Benton, White and Fountain Counties Indiana’s Fiddler’s Gathering (Battle Ground, IN): June 28-30, 2019: “Three-day acoustic music festival featuring the best in old time, folk, swing, bluegrass and Celtic music.” Canal Days (Canal Park; Delphi, IN): July 6-7, 2019; “Celebrate the 1850s canal era! Canal boat rides, interactive museum, artisan demonstrations, food and music. Fee for some venues.”Mosey Down Main Street (Downtown Lafayette, IN): Jul. 13, 2019; Aug. 10, 2019; Aug. 31, 2019: “6:00 – 11:00 P.M. May-Aug. Three stages of live entertainment. Arts and crafts, food vendors. Family-friendly. Introducing the sights, sounds, venues and merchants of downtown.”Wabash Riverfest (John Meyers Pedestrian Bridge, Tapawingo Park, and Riehle Plaza; Downtown Lafayette, IN): July 13th, 2019; “Free, family-friendly celebration of the Wabash River. Canoe races, food, music, educational exhibits, 5K run, bike events, children’s activities and more!”Tippecanoe County 4-H Fair (Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds; Lafayette, IN): July 20 – 27; “Fun family entertainment for all since 1930. All phases of agriculture, 4-H and livestock exhibits, wide variety of...