Saturday, October 14th from 12 - 7 p.m. & Sunday, October 15th from 12 - 5 p.m.
Lost Creek Reserve & Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center
Amidst the tree-lined lanes and colorful foliage at Lost Creek Reserve, we will host our biggest event of the year, Fall Farm Fest. On October 14th and 15th the historic Knoop homestead at the Reserve will be transformed into a hub of activity. Over the two-day festival, thousands of people will join in on the fun to celebrate Miami County’s agricultural heritage.
Are you ready to have some Home. Grown. Fun? A weekend spent at the Fall Farm Fest is always filled with activities for all ages. A full list of activities will be available in September, but you can be sure that favorites like the pumpkin patch, wagon rides, corn maze and farm animals and demonstrations will be back in 2017. Please check back in September for a map and schedule of events.
Every year, our Scarecrow Lane is a highlight of the Fall Farm Fest. Most visitors at the Fall Farm Fest take the wagon ride or walk down this charming lane which is lined with scarecrows. The visitors then get to vote on their favorite!
These creations are put together by local businesses, organizations and families! By creating a scarecrow, these groups are able to capitalize on FREE advertising to over 12,000 community members from the region! To enter your group in the 9th Annual Scarecrow Contest fill out this form - available in August.
FoodWe will have plenty of fresh, delicious food on site at the festival. Please support our local businesses and organizations by stopping by to enjoy lunch, dinner, desserts and snacks!
If you are interested in becoming a food vendor for 2017, please fill out the application and view guidelines. Applications are due June 1st, 2017. This year, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis so be sure to turn in your application early.
VendorsWe will once again have some amazing, local vendors out at the Fall Farm Fest. If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor for 2017, fill out the application and view guidelines. Applications are due in hand September 1st. 2017.
**We are looking for fall, local, agricultural, environmental and/or homemade products. No commercial products (doTerra oils, owl origami, etc.) will be accepted at this time.**
Adding to the festival’s ambiance are the musical performers. We are looking for local singer-songwriters who perform various genres including bluegrass, country, folk and soft rock. Each year we have been able to showcase talented local and regional musicians. If interested in performing at the 2017 festival please contact Jessie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event would not be possible without the support from our many sponsors. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact us, 937.335.6273, today!