Imagine crisp fall air, magnificent fall foliage, and family memories that each family member will cherish for years to come.
Fall Family Fun in September and October!
Enjoy the breathtaking fall scenery via horseback at Santa’s Stables. Taste the immense variety of gourmet popcorn flavors at Santa’s Candy Castle. And visit charming attractions like Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum to learn about local history.
From 5Ks to local festivals to Halloween activities, there are fall events happening in September and October. Enjoy carnival rides and treats at the Dale Fall Festival, the county’s largest street festival. Start a family pumpkin bowling game at Pumpkins & More Farm Market during Kids Days. Rock out to live music at the St. Meinrad Rocks Fest. Get lost in a corn maze during Holiday World’s Happy Halloween Weekends.
Fall and camping go together like pumpkin and spice!
Everyone in the family — from mummies and daddies to the little ones (monsters or not!) — will love Halloween activities. Lively activities offer something for all ages at Halloween Weekends at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort. The resort offers cabins, cottages, rental RVs, and more.
Camping at Lincoln State Park offers tons of fall fun, too! Paddle across Lake Lincoln and hike through trails featuring a brilliant autumn landscape, roast marshmallows to perfection over your own campfire, and relax under the stars with loved ones.
Get cozy at Santa’s Lakeside Cottages or Lincoln Pines Lakefront Resort for a fall getaway your family will never forget. The quaint cottages offer all the amenities of home. And the resorts are packed with amenities and activities… from lakes for catch-and-release fishing to game rooms to playgrounds.
From lakeside cottages to cabins in the woods or a fully furnished vacation home, there are lots of options.
Start a new family tradition!
No matter what you do, immerse yourself in colorful fall foliage and delightful seasonal temperatures. To put it simply, have a blast during the fall in Santa Claus, Indiana, and sites throughout Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home.
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