Anderson/Madison County, Indiana

Anderson/Madison County, Indiana offers a unique blend of activities, whether it be music, theater, local cuisine, seasonal adventures, or shopping. Only a short drive northeast of Indianapolis, I-69, Exit 226 is your gateway to fun.

There are plenty of reasons to visit Madison County this summer. Outdoor adventures begin at Mounds State Park with 6 hiking trails, picnic areas, a nature center, and a campground. Falls Park in Pendleton has 3 ½ miles of walking trails, a creek for splashing, fishing, and wading. Browse the weekend farmers markets and grab a basket of delicious treats and have a picnic at one of these beautiful parks.

Grab a blanket and refreshments and enjoy an evening of listening to the sounds of the Anderson Symphony Orchestra Summer Pops at Shadyside Park. All remaining concerts for the 2021 season will be outdoors.

Anderson Speedway is home [...]

Visit Kosciusko County in Northern Indiana

There’s never a dull moment in Northern Indiana’s Kosciusko County with a variety of different things to help you live well in the moment during your stay. There are two ways to experience Kosciusko County – by land and by water.

Natural areas providing hunting, fishing, boating, and bird watching, are abundant including in Tri-County Fish & Wildlife Area which also includes Pisgah Marsh Area and Boardwalk. The Winona Lake Trails, Beyer Farm Boardwalk Trail, historical Chinworth Bridge Trail, Heritage Trail, and Syracuse-Wawasee Trail System are exceptional local commodities. Road cyclists will find 180-plus miles of paved bikeways and routes. Mountain bikers can tackle miles of trails that are rated moderate but still capable of testing anyone’s technical riding skills. There are nine beautiful parks, with six including beaches, in Kosciusko County. One park features a fun and fully accessible splash pad, and another invites [...]

Northern Indiana Lakes Country –
Beautiful Pokagon State Park and 101 Natural Lakes

With Indiana’s most beautiful state park, wineries and a craft brewery, buffalo preserve, scenic golf courses and outlet shopping, Northern Indiana Lakes Country is a family-friendly getaway and conveniently located less than 200 miles from Cleveland, Indianapolis and Chicago.

Outdoor recreation lovers flock to Pokagon State Park and our 101 natural lakes. Hike on nine trails at Pokagon State Park, rent a bike to tour the 1,260-acre park or take a guided 45-minutes horseback ride. Boat rentals, including kayaks, paddleboats and fishing boats, are available to explore Lake James, Indiana’s third largest natural lake. Enjoy lunch or dinner at the historic Potawatomi Inn. The newly-opened Trine State Recreation Area offers 200 acres of wooded grounds, as well as 12 cabins, public fishing and boat rentals on 23-acre Gentian Lake.

Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve is home [...]

“Relive the Story” of Indiana’s Territorial Past
in Knox County Indiana

Vincennes, in Knox County Indiana is an ideal get away for history enthusiasts. Our showcase of historic sites includes: The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Grouseland – William Henry Harrison’s Mansion and Museum and the Indiana Territory Capitol. Visit the Indiana Military Museum to tour its newly opened Annex, the 22,000 square foot space spans WWI through post-Vietnam War. Entertain yourself at the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy and you will be sure to leave with a smile. Take a stroll down our historic Main Street, dine in local restaurants, browse through gift shops and ladies’ boutiques. Vincennes is host to a variety of festivals and events throughout the year, please visit our website for the latest updates.

Knox County is located between the Indianapolis and Evansville Airports and near Interstates 64, 69 and 70. Our lodging [...]

Create Lifetime Memories in Dubois County
Southern Indiana

Create a memory in Dubois County – Southern Indiana – this summer! Enjoy several unique festivals, awe-inspiring architecture, historic attractions, great shopping, and outdoor recreation at its best. For outdoor enthusiast and families alike, Patoka Lake and Ferdinand State Forest offers natural beauty and great exploration possibilities. The 8,800-acre Patoka Lake offers fishing, boating, canoeing/kayaking, swimming, and water-skiing and is surrounded by 26,000 acres of DNR property that is perfect for hiking, mountain biking, camping, and bird watching. Ferdinand State Forest’s 7,640 acres surround one of the most beautiful forest lakes and offers many of the same amenities as Patoka at a smaller scale.

Shopping will surround you in Dubois County! Be sure to browse the variety of shops around the square in downtown Jasper featuring a chocolate & kitchen shop, clothing boutiques, gift and décor shops, and delicious local eateries.

Marshall County, Indiana –
A Place to Unwind, Regroup and Refocus

Marshall County, Indiana – a place that keeps you coming back time and time again. Discover the communities still greet you with a smile friendly conversation. Enjoy adventures as you drive the country roads from one community to the next learning about the hidden gems each one has to offer. Take a break from life and enjoy visiting a stunning golf course that was designed by the world-renowned golf course designer, Pete Dye. Stop by historical landmarks like the Chief Menominee Memorial, the first Native American monument erected under a state/federal legislative enactment. Enjoy a day in Culver visiting the Culver Academies, the beach and Lake Maxinkuckee, which is the second largest natural lake in Indiana. Every community has its own special gems to share and while you are exploring each one, don’t forget to be on the lookout for the [...]

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