Outdoor

Happy Trails

Those seeking a wholesome and healthy activity need look no farther than the state’s ever-expanding offerings of biking and hiking trails. A treasure trove of opportunities awaits as an exceptional means of exploring urban, suburban and rural settings.

Family Fun

Adventure Travel

Fresh air and physical exercise: a boon for both heart and soul. A bit of adventure provides an additional layer of benefits; most of all, a whole lot of fun. 

Authentic Indiana

All Aboard for Wabash County's Fun Trolley Tours

Going into its fourth year, trolley rides have been available in Wabash County, either on planned, themed tours, or for private rental. Now the program is getting a major upgrade with a new trolley on order. All agree that the trolley puts a nice flavor on the town, especially with the Taste of Wabash tour.

Culinary

Indiana Culinary Trails

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.

Family Fun

Patoka Lake teems with summertime fun and recreation

With 26,000 acres of land and water to discover, southern Indiana’s bucolic Patoka Lake makes an ideal summer vacation destination whether you happen to be seeking adventure or low-key relaxation.

Culinary

Indiana's Top Chefs featuring Ian Harrison: Carnegie's in Greenfield

At the Carnegie, diners find “real food from real people.” Vegetables and herbs from Harrison’s gardens, eggs from his chickens and an outdoor brick oven, where the restaurant’s breads are baked every day.

Outdoor

Fort Wayne's Riverfront District Continues to Grow

Riverfront Fort Wayne is an emerging district celebrating the city’s three rivers—the St. Marys, St. Joseph, and Maumee.

Girlfriends Getaway

Enjoy a Girlfriends Getaway in White County

Regardless of the season, there’s always a reason to Enjoy White County.  From farmland fields and windmills, scenic drives await you.  From the excitement of lake life, fun awaits you.  We invite you to stop and stay awhile and visit our charming communities…enjoy!

Lodging

Indiana's Innkeepers: Crystal & Bill Britzman at Thyme for Bed B&B

The Britzmans welcome guests to their B&B in Lowell, in northwest Indiana. A most unusual B&B, perhaps even the only one like it in the country. Their Thyme for Bed B&B is in a monolithic dome.

Top Itineraries

Visit Pulaski County

Considered the River of Lakes, the Tippecanoe River, fed by 88 natural lakes, flows through Pulaski County past woodlands, pastures and charming villages and towns.

Lodging

Book a Surprise Getaway for Two at the Grant Street Inn

Surprise your loved one with a getaway trip for two – they’ll highly appreciate the gesture. There’s plenty for you both to enjoy together in this charming college town! From now until August 8, 2020, reserve 2 nights and get the 3rd night half off.

Outdoor

Richmond/Wayne County Outdoor Packages

With more than 40 outdoor activities to select from, it's easy for visitors to customize a getaway to Richmond/Wayne County.

Brew Wine Distillery

Vintage Indiana Wine Fest moves from June to October

A favorite day of wine aficionados from throughout the Midwest has changed its traditional date as well as its name. The 21st annual Vintage Indiana Wine Festival has become Vintage Indiana – Harvest Festival for 2020, and will move from its usual first Saturday in June to Saturday, October 17. Military Park in Downtown Indianapolis remains the venue.

Lodging

Turner Woodard's Wasatch Lake Retreat

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.

Outdoor

Let the Spirit Move You

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.