Bring the whole family to celebrate Fall at Lost Creek Reserve & Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center
Fall Farm Fest
Saturday, October 13 from 12 - 7 p.m. &
Sunday, October 14 from 12 - 5 p.m.
Lost Creek Reserve & Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center
2385 E. State Route 41, Troy
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 13th and 14th 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.
General admission is free but there are charges for pumpkins, pony rides and corn maze/shooter. Click on the tabs to get an idea of what will be happening in 2018! More info to come this week. We hope to see you at Lost Creek Reserve on October 13th and 14th, you won't want to miss this event!
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.
Below is the schedule of *events. *subject to change
Various farm demonstrations will be happening all weekend long!
Corn Maze & Cannon
Find your way out of the six acre corn maze.
After you have conquered the maze, stop by to try your hand at shooting corn from the corn cannon. Ready, aim, fire - at a couple different targets.
Scarecrow Lane & Contest
Every year, our Scarecrow Lane is a highlight of the Fest. Take a wagon ride or walk down the charming farm lane line with scarecrows created by local business, organizations and families. The eve of creativity shown is amazing. Some are elaborate and some are simple but all are a must see. Don't forget to stop by the Information Booth to vote on your favorite!
Enter the Scarecrow Contest TODAY...it's FREE! Limited spots available. Registration for entering ends October 10th. Check out this flyer for more information.
MOOvie on the Farm
The Miami County Farm Bureau, will be hosting "MOOvie on the Farm" on Saturday, October 13th directly following the festival fun starting around 7 p.m. Unwind with your family after a busy day by enjoying the movie Ferdinand under the stars. Don't forget to pack a blanket or chairs.
Don't miss out on the delicious food and unique items for sale during the Fest. Be sure to bring an empty stomach, empty trunk and a full wallet (there is no ATM on site).
We 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!
Boy Scout Troop 365
Hot dogs, walking tacos, chips, candy, soda, coffee, hot chocolate
Cumberland Kettle Corn
Freshly popped kettle corn in a variety of flavors
Hickory River Smokehouse
Famous pulled pork sandwiches, chopped brisket sandwiches, loaded pulled pork nachos, mac-n-cheese - profits support the Miami County Equine Initiatives Task Force
Kiwanis Club of Troy
Apple and pumpkin pie, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, caramel apples, caramel corn - supports local children's inititives
Kona Ice of Troy
Shaved ice in a variety of flavors - located in the children's games area
Susie's Big Dipper
Homemade ice cream, sundae's, banana splits, milk shakes, root beer floats, waffle cones
Wood-fired pizza and subs made to order
The Crazy Redhead Canteen
Gormet grilled cheese sandwiches and other famous tater tots
Artisans & Vendors
We will once again have some amazing, local vendors out at the Fall Farm Fest.
Golden Queen Honey
Local honey, will also be ding demos, provide education about bees, and have hands on equipment
Michelle's Soy Candles & Tarts
Hand-made candles, sand art container candles and some sweet treats
The Olive Oasis
Gourmet olive oils and vinegars
Virgil's Fine Soaps
Homemade natural soap and lotion - bar soap, liquid soap and lotion
Cozy Home Soap LLC
Hand-made artisan soaps, bath bombs and shampoo bars
Three Little Snowmen
Wood log snowmen and snowmen crafts
Miami County Farm Bureau
Presenting partner, stop by their booth in the bank barn to thank them, do their scavenger hunt, movie on the farm at dusk on Saturday, October 13
Miami Soil & Water Conservation District & OSU Extension
Stop by their booth for info and hands-on demos. Check festival schedule for dates and times.
Miami County Sheriff’s Department
Kid IDs done near information booth.
Miami County Master Gardeners
Learn more about gardening and about the OSU Extension Master Gardeners.
Miami County Herb Society
Learn more about herbs and information about group
My Miami County
Stop by their fun booth to guess the pumpkin weight and be entered to win an awesome prize!
Miami County Equine Initiatives Task Force
Huge supporter and partner from the beginning, located in the Back Forty, various horse demos (Roman Riding, Goat Races). Stick Horse craft in the bank barn.
If interested in being a vendor or exhibitor at the 2019 Fall Farm Fest, please fill out the Food Vendor application or the Exhibitor Application. You may also call the office at 937.335.6273 and ask for Mindy.
Take a break from all the festival activities and sit amidst the 100 year old trees to listen to local artists. Musicians will perform at the natural amphitheater in front of the house/barns.
Saturday, October 13th
12 - 2 p.m. - Silver Grass
2:20 - 4:40 p.m. - Ramblin' Rovers
4:40 - 7 p.m. - Larry Lyons
Sunday, October 14th
12 - 12:50 p.m. - Jay Cullis
1:10 - 3:10 p.m. - Larry Lyons
3:30 - 5 p.m. - Ramblin' Rovers
This event would not be possible without the support from our many sponsors. Thank you 2018 sponsors!
VPP Industries - More than ink and paper.