The Hotel Carmichael
Hotel Carmichael is home to distinctive dining, drinks, and entertainment experiences in Carmel. The 122-room boutique hotel in the heart of the city features old world charm and sophistication with modern amenities.
In this issue, we’re giving you lots of Indiana travel ideas you can experience and still respect social distancing. You’ll learn about outdoor adventures, creative getaways, interesting “artistic” trails, and so much more!Explore Now
With so much building up this year, it’s no wonder so many are seeking a restful getaway to escape the societal upheaval and rejuvenate their minds and bodies. As domestic travel plans begin picking back up, rest easily knowing that the Grant Street Inn considers your well-being as a top priority.
Indiana Foodways Alliance helps foodies and travelers find the best local eateries. Since 2007 the Alliance has promoted restaurant trails winding throughout the state that are devoted to certain foods. The organization lists restaurants that serve a specific type of food, lines them up on the map by location, and encourages people to follow the trail, eating their way along.
Brookston’s proximity to Lafayette and Purdue University make this community a haven for those looking for small-town living with access to a major market area. Don’t be fooled by the size of Brookston...be amazed at all that’s packed into this family friendly destination!
Numerous campgrounds and outdoor adventure parks offer loads of activities and fun or just a place to get away from it all. Spend your days canoeing, biking, horseback riding, hiking, ZORBing, playing bubble soccer, laser tag, paintball, or just enjoying nature.
Northeast Indiana's Make it your Own Mural Fest featured large scale murals by national and international artists. Participating counties have put together some fun road trip itineraries, designed to bring together art, outdoor recreation, history, and travel.
The country’s most famous painter’s story is coming to life in what will be a permanent exhibit in the former WIPB studios. Dubbed “The Bob Ross Experience,” the exhibit features the actual studio where Ross painted during the taping of his show from 1983 to 1988.
Tuner Woodard's Wasatch Lake Retreat is the perfect getaway destination! Just one hour southwest of Indianapolis in Owen County, this 300 acre private woodland is open year round and offers the tranquility of lake front and wooded cabins nestled around a 50 acre stocked lake.
Hoosiers are finding unique ways to let the spirit move them, literally. They’re sharing their faith in unconventional places, many times off the beaten paths. Many of the faithful have been brought together over their specialized interests and hobbies. All agree the resulting worship experiences are gratifying and refreshingly outside the norm. Many worship times are actually held in the great outdoors, to enjoy nature.