We ran a post yesterday about saving money on hotels here in Indianapolis for Labor Day weekend. If your vision for this long holiday weekend is to leave our city and get away for a bit, you can find an entertaining stop along the way to the north. The 33rd Annual Farmer’s Pike Festival takes place six miles east of New Castle and four miles west of Hagerstown in Henry County. Farmer’s Pike markets itself as “big enough to be very exciting; small enough to conquer.”
If you attend, you can expect to find beautiful antiques and collectibles, along with jewelry and other unique items set up over 400 spaces. You’ll also find delicious food booths, games for all ages, and live music from a variety of genres. The Farmer’s Pike Festival is a great opportunity to leave the city behind and enjoy a fun time in the country. The cost to attend is only $4 (or $1 for kids 10 and under and FREE for youngsters three and under). Parking is FREE, also.
Click here to learn more about the acres of treasures you’ll find at the Farmer’s Pike Festival. The hours from Friday through Sunday are 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., while Monday is from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.