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Salamonie Bridle Stalls & Carriage House

The Bailey’s attention to detail is seen throughout the property. They can host up to six guests, with two bedrooms; one with a king bed and the other with two full beds. There’s one bathroom with a tiled shower and a fully-stocked kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

Destination Dining

The food. The ambiance. The history. And most of all, the heartwarming memories. Reasons you’ll drive miles to get to those Hoosier eateries again and again because you just can’t get them out of your mind.

Girlfriends Getaway in Wayne County

Story and photography by ELIZABETH GRANGER She chose her scent: mixed berry parfait. She chose her color: red. She measured and stirred and poured, and...

Downtown Muncie Main Street

Story by ELIZABETH GRANGER The mannequins in the windows moved. They were Callie Jones and Amy Ziuchkovski, aka Annie and Miss Hannigan, who were in...

Culver Main Street

SMALL TOWN CHARM DRAWS MANY TO ITS SHORES story by ELIZABETH GRANGER LOCATION: NORTHERN INDIANA PLACE: CULVER WEBSITE: FINDCULVER.COM ABOUT: LOCATED NEXT TO LAKE MAXINKUCKEE, CULVER DRAWS MANY TO...

Cool Reasons to Visit Indiana State Parks

Story by Scott Roberts, photography by Indiana DNR  Angie Manuel, Chief of Interpretation for Indiana State Parks, recognizes that people don’t always think of “winter”...

Indiana’s Unique Accommodations

Story by ELIZABETH GRANGER  Floating cabins, silo suites, tree tents, tipis and more. . . Ah, a Hoosier getaway to a surprising spot. These places to...

Wayne County Antiques

By Elizabeth Granger / Photos: Richmond Wayne County Convention & Visitors Bureau As manager of The Antique Lodge in Cambridge City, he welcomed the Stanley...

Warm fires and warm feelings await at Indiana’s seven State Park Inns

By Nick Werner, DNR staff The drive from Harrison, Ohio, to Pokagon State Park in the northeast corner of Indiana lasted almost four hours for...

Indiana Main Street

By Elizabeth Granger    First in a Series—Here, find an overview of the Indiana Main Street program that revitalizes downtowns, giving them a fresh, new spirit...

Richmond & Wayne County—Rich in history and warm Hoosier Hospitality

BY STEPHANIE NICOL  While enjoying lunch atŒ Little Sheba’s in Historic Richmond, Indiana, don’t be surprised if owner Steve Terzini stops by your table to...

No Ocean? No Problem.

By Nick Werner, DNR Staff  Kelly Cochrane had been to Lake Michigan once. She was a kid with her parents, passing through northern Indiana. It was...