Prairie Acres Restaurant and Farm MarketLocal home grown fruits, veggies and garden plants. Fresh fudge and ice cream. Breakfast and lunch served daily. Homemade desserts and carry-out dinners available, too.
The Big PeachThe Big Peach has been in business for 53 years and features locally grown produce. Gift shop with a wide variety of products including canned fruits and vegetables, jellies, preserves, candies, handmade gifts, cards, Boyd's bears, cook books and much more. You can't miss the 20-foot giant peach and yellow obelisk in front!
Stolls Lakeview RestaurantTake in a beautiful view of West Boggs Lake while enjoying Amish cooking, buffet style. Famous fried chicken, roast beef, baked ham. Salad bar, homemade soups, veggies, homemade noodles and dressing. Homemade pies, apple crumb, blackberry cobbler, bread pudding.
ApplacresFruit and locally-grown produce farm market and a selection of food and kitchen items. Cheeses, jams, jellies, cider, orchard.
Spring Mill InnThe Millstone Dining Room is a public full-service restaurant located in historic Spring Mill Inn inside Spring Mill State Park. Our dessert specialties are cornmeal pie and persimmon pudding. The cornmeal pie is made from stone ground corn from the grist mill in the Pioneer Village of Spring Mill State Park. Persimmon pudding is made with the unique fruit that grows locally. Spring Mill Inn is a rustic 74-room inn with modern amenities including an indoor/outdoor pool. State Park entrance fees are $5/car in-state, $7/car out-of-state.
Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant and BakeryLocal seventh-generation farmer created farm-to-table restaurant, serving local produce, dairy and meat. Fresh and unique lunch and dinner as well as Sunday brunch and daily specials. Homemade bread, hummus, soups are favorites.
Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical GardensThis farm market is open through Christmas Eve and has a wide variety of fresh, local produce, pumpkins, squash and vegetables plus a large selection of country craft items, jams and jellies, apple butter and other homemade items.
Log Ends Farm Bed & Breakfast/Cattle FarmLog Ends is a bed & breakfast nestled on a working farm. Four guest rooms with private baths and a cabin that hosts six guests are available. Stay includes hearty farm breakfast. Seasonal berry patch, grass fed organic beef, homemade jams and jellies for purchase.
Monastery Immaculate Conception GrottoThe public is welcome to tour the magnificent "Castle on the Hill" and Grotto Hill garden at one of the largest communities of Benedictine women in the nation. The Romanesque dome is on National Register of Historic Places. On the beautifully landscaped Grotto Hill, walk the flower-bordered paths, visit the outdoor Stations of the Cross, pray the rosary on the Rosary Steps, and light a candle at the Lourdes shrine. Visit "For Heaven's Sake" gift shop, offering crafts and cookies that the sisters have handmade.
Orange County Homegrown Farmers MarketsFresh locally grown produce, plant starts and plants, baked goods, crafts, Buck-a-Book Trailer (with over 5,000 books!) our beloved Jammers, our Master Gardener, free coffee, and fun family events each and every Saturday. Market is located on the west side of beautiful Congress Square in Orleans. There is also a market May-Sept in French Lick every Tuesday afternoon and in Paoli every Thurs afternoon.
French Lick WineryAward-winning wines crafted on-site using grapes grown in vineyard 20 miles from winery. Winery tasting room also includes gift baskets, gourmet food items and gourmet coffees. The Vintage Café menu features Italian cuisine made fresh in our kitchen.
Beck's MillNewly restored historic grist mill grinds corn into corn meal. Originally constructed in 1808. Today, visitors can watch the water-powered mill work, learn about Indiana pioneers and enjoy nearby hiking trails. Admission charged.
Fragrant Farms24 acres of New Harmony land continuing the legacy of the Harmonists. A vineyard, a cut flower farm and a bountiful kitchen garden with vegetables, herbs, fruits, gourds. Some of our herbs and vegetables are prepared locally at the Red Geranium restaurant in Historic New Harmony. Our signature flower is the peony.
Red Geranium RestaurantAcclaimed restaurant and lodging is set in a charming historic town, filled with gardens, art and original architecture. Fine dining offering seasonal American cuisine and Midwest favorites using some locally-grown produce.
Mayse Farm Market80-acre family farm market specializing in strawberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, pumpkins for 70 years. Every weekend in October "Family Fun on the Farm" with pumpkin patch, wagon ride, corn maze, apples, cider, pumpkins, mums, homemade fudge, caramel apples, Kettle Korn. Admission charged for some fall activities. In the winter, whole hog sausage made on-site, weekly.
Joe Engelbrecht’s Fourth Generation OrchardJoe’s great-grandfather, John Engelbrecht, started the first Engelbrecht Orchard in 1919. Fresh vegetables, fruits, honey. Apples, apples and more apples in Aug.-Oct. Strawberries, tomatoes, asparagus in May, peaches plums cherries, watermelon, corn, berries in June-July.
Accent on Flowers Gifts & AntiquesA full service flower shop that can customize to make it uniquely yours. A wide variety of flowers, fruits and vegetables. Stop by to see what's new, everything is always fresh!
Pepper’s Ridge WinerySouthern Indiana’s newest winery. A variety of dry wines such as Bluff City White and 30.06 Red. Sweet wines include Cranberry, Apple, Lakeview Peach, and more.
Monkey Hollow WineryGrapes grown here have a history all the way back to German ancestors who settled in this community. Today, we grow French Hybrid, American, and French grape varieties. Visit our tasting room to experience the wines we offer. Also, we feature locally-produced cheeses, meats, and arts and crafts from local artisans.
Carriage InnA Tell City tradition for over 30 years! Pizza and sandwiches are the specialty. But save room for dessert! Fried-cheesecake and homemade cupcakes with unique flavor combinations are sure to please. Located in a historic quaint carriage house in downtown Tell City, near the Ohio River.
Blue River CaféCasual gourmet dining with creativity. Menus change weekly and are designed to use seasonal locally grown produce. Everything from the salad dressings to the desserts are homemade. Live music Fri. and Sat. Sunday brunch.
Lutz Nursery & GreenhouseFull service nursery and family owned business for over 50 years. Plants for gardens, flowers for all occasions, shrubs, trees (also fruit trees), mulch, rock, etc. Open spring, summer & fall. They have created a blue shrub that is named "Lutz Pride."
The Green DoorOffers gourmet meals prepared by a variety of specialty chefs.
Huber Orchard, Winery and DistilleryFarm-based winery and distillery. Try our spiced apple wine for fall! Orchards, pumpkins, children’s play area featuring tractor rides, live animals and activities. Pick your own fruits/vegetables from the fields of the largest farm in Southern Indiana. Historic family business that was established in 1843!
Joe Huber Family Farm & RestaurantPick your own apples and then enjoy a family dinner together in the restaurant. This family farm offers wagon ride tours, orchards, fresh produce, fall crops, strawberries. Children’s play area featuring games, live animals in the barnyard and activities. Admission charged for some activities.
Cathedral GardensThirteen intertwined stunning gardens with ponds, pavilions, fountains and statues from around the world. Personal guided tours offered at set times, Mon.-Sat. Handicapped accessible. $15/person admission charged.
Hidden Hill NurseryOne-of-a-kind garden and art collection offers rare trees, plants, garden sculptures in a whimsical setting. Special events and exhibits add to the festivities of this unique treasure.
Introducing Southern Indiana’s rural heritage and locally grown favorites!
The Fruits & Flowers Trail includes orchards, gardens, farm markets and restaurants that celebrate local homegrown bounty. Visit each venue and pick up a local recipe or gardening tip to take home.
There’s a unique recipe or gardening tip in each county!