Fall Fun in Greater Lafayette

As the days and leaves fade into Fall, there are just a few warm weekends in Lafayette, IN to truly soak up. As pools close and prepare for winter, there are still many ways to stay cool. Not to mention, you can enjoy this fine weather that makes our Midwestern hearts go pitter-pat! Stay tuned! When Fall hits full force, there are many festivals and treats happening in our area over the next few months. For now, however, here’s a list we’ve gathered of wonderful ways to create memories around Lafayette, Indiana and wrap up the warmth in the air before winter arrives…


  • Starry Night (Chauncey Hill; West Lafayette, IN): “Starry Night is an annual street festival in downtown West Lafayette that draws thousands of people with its unique blend of excellent music, a variety of merchants, interactive creativity, and delicious food. The festival is designed to bring the Purdue and Greater Lafayette communities together and seeks to promote awareness of Swipe Out Starvation, a campus organization concerned with the issue of hunger on a local and global scale. Starry Night is hosted by Purdue’s Christian Campus House and Greyhouse Coffee and – thanks to our generous sponsors – is free! Come and be part of this amazing night!” This event is Saturday, September 29th, 2018, but click here to view the Facebook Event Page for more information.
  • Go camping at Prophetstown State Park to best enjoy the crisp end of summer nights. Then, consider tubing down the Wildcat Creek or Tippecanoe River during the day! Fun for all ages, shapes and sizes!
  • Prophetstown State Park is also loaded with paved trails, fun for kids (including the Farm!), fishing access, and more. This is always a fun, safe place to land for families! Think about taking Fall family photos here too!
  • The Purdue Fountains are always fun to run around in. Generally, the last warm weekends of summer are perfect for a visit to campus. Purdue University‘s campus completely changes as the leaves turn, so be sure to look around at all of the beautiful landscape!
  • The weekend of September 21st – 23rd, 2018 is Purdue’s Homecoming. Therefore, join Purdue University in celebrating 150 years since its founding in their Giant Leaps events! There are many summits, conferences, and events, along with the homecoming game over the next few months called the “Ideas Festival”. Click here to view that list of events. Plus, they’re offering free rides on the Boilermaker Express at the game. Yes and amen! Click here to find Purdue Football tickets.
  • September 21st, 2018 is this year’s last Gallery Walk hosted by the Tippecanoe Arts Federation. The Gallery Walk has plenty of music to listen to, art to see, and community hangs from 6:00 – 9:00 P.M. After the walk, they’re showing the movie “Loving Vincent” about Van Gough’s most famous paintings.
  • September 23rd, 2018 is the Art on the Wabash Art Fair at the Tapiwingo Park in West Lafayette, IN. “Art on the Wabash annually features interesting, innovative work by accomplished regional artists. This is a festival open to artists living in 15 counties in west-central Indiana.” Open from 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Click here to view the Facebook Event Page!
  • The Columbian Park Zoo is still open and hosting many events over the next few weeks. They’ve got a camp out for families (September 21st!), Discovery workshops (September 29th!), a pajama party (October 5th!), and more lined up! Check them out on Facebook for more information!
  • The Indiana Pacer’s host a FanJam every year. Get to know the NBA stars at this free event on Sunday, September 30th, 2018 and doors open at 3:30 P.M. This event is in Indianapolis, IN, so be sure to plan ahead for this!

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