It’s the most wonderful time of year! But, before we get ahead of ourselves, we want to clarify that Fall is the most wonderful season of the year right here in Terre Haute.
Happy Fall to all who celebrate - pumpkin spice connoisseurs, moviegoers and everyone in between. In Terre Haute, there is a spooky season something for everyone – residents and visitors of all ages. So, follow along and fall into the autumn season with us!
‘Tis the season for one of the best fall musts, visiting the pumpkin patch at Jolly Pines Tree Farm. Despite popular belief, this local, small business isn’t just a Christmas tree farm. Jolly Pines encourages families to come to pick out their pumpkins and attend special, seasonal events together. Jolly Pines is a small local business that is dedicated to giving back to the community, and we highly encourage you to get out there this season.
Similarly, you can also visit the Terre Haute Farmers Market every Saturday from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. through September 30 and from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. beginning again on October 7 – October 21. Vendors are selling the perfect autumn ingredients including, but not limited to, squash and pumpkins.
Terre Haute is perfect this time of year because of the beautiful landscape. It practically feels like a Hallmark movie wherever you go. Throughout October, Fowler Park, located at 3000 E Oregon Church Rd, and Hawthorn Park, located at 6067 E Old Maple Ave, are hosting hayrides through the magical Terre Haute fall-scape. To learn more about parks and recreation in Terre Haute, click here.
Okay, okay, enough with the outdoors, it’s time to get to the good stuff – sitting by the fire with your comfiest sweater and warm chai tea latte, or your preferred fall beverage. Come inside and take a break from the crisp, fall air at: Little Bear Coffee Co., Maggie & Moe’s, Loose Goose Coffee Company, Java Haute and Federal. Many of these stops have special autumn-themed drinks that are perfect to warm you up on a cold day.
To see all the coffee shops nearby, visit the See You In Terre Haute restaurants map. You can filter the results down to only seeing coffee and sweets.
Now, we know what you may be thinking – “I want to come do all of the fall musts in Terre Haute, but where should my family and I stay?”
Look no further, we recently wrote a blog about the perfect fall getaway that feels like an earthy oasis Read our blog, “Local Lodging in Terre Haute,” for more information.
We cannot wait to see you dream up your fall-scape adventure with us this year!