Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore has a lot to offer visitors. While most people come to the park for the 15 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, especially the popular West Beach bathhouse and picnic area, there are many other natural areas available for exploration.
About Children's Museum of Indianapolis The largest children's museum in the world urges children to dig in and touch everything as they explore the physical and natural sciences, history, world cultures and the arts through exciting interactive exhibits on five floors.
Places to See Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore has a lot to offer visitors. While most people come to the park for the 15 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, especially the popular West Beach bathhouse and picnic area, there are many other natural areas available for exploration.
Turkey Run State Park, the campground, and the Turkey Run Inn are all open year round. Some other activities may be closed or limited in the winter. Whenever you visit Turkey Run there is just too much to explore in one day, so relax and stay the night.
ESCAPE TO THE BOTANICAL BEAUTY OF WHITE RIVER GARDENS. Surrounded by lush greenery within a natural oasis, you’ll feel transported far away from the urban cityscape of downtown Indianapolis. The stunning scenery of this 3-acre attraction includes the indoor Hilbert Conservatory as well as the outdoor DeHaan Tiergarten.
The Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District contains a museum, three parks, and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures, and fountains in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, making the state's capital second only to Washington D.C. in acreage and number of monuments dedicated to veterans.
Indiana Top 10 Attractions Indiana, or the Hoosier State, is in the Midwest, offering access to the Great Lakes and the attractions related to them. Visitors can pick from cultural attractions, museums, music, sports, the outdoors, shopping, and more when they go to Indiana.
If you’re looking for prime fishing in central Indiana, head out to Eagle Creek and you’ll find crappie, largemouth bass, walleye, bluegill and channel catfish, among others out at Eagle Creek! Popular bank fishing spots include the Marina, 42nd Street boat ramp, 56th Street causeway, as well as Lilly Lake and the waterfowl sanctuary.
Lincoln Boyhood offers countless opportunities for discovery and we hope you will have fun, make lifelong memories, and develop a deep connection to this special place. Where to begin? This "Plan Your Visit" section has all kinds of helpful hints about things to do and places to go.
Fort Harrison State Park Dog Park Annual Membership Application, Rules and Waiver Fort Harrison is a state park for many seasons for many reasons. Patrons may enjoy visiting the park year round, especially in winter since Fort Harrison features one of the biggest sledding hills in the area.
Yellowwood State Forest has a lot to offer the outdoor enthusiast. A visit to Yellowwood will reveal trails to hike for the hiker, lakes to fish for the angler and forests to hunt for the hunter. Indiana State Forests are known as multi use properties.
It covers 23,952-acres, including a 10,750-acre lake (the largest in Indiana and known for bass fishing) with both open and no-wake areas. The property includes 9 State Recreation Areas (Paynetown, Fairfax, Cutright, Moore's Creek, Salt Creek, Pinegrove, Allen's Creek, Crooked Creek, and Cartop) and 3 Wildlife Resting Areas (Stillwater-Northfork, Middlefork, and Southfork).
Potato Creek is in north-central Indiana about 12 miles southwest of South Bend. The park features a wide array of activities and facilities for year-round enjoyment. Making reservations is advisable to enjoy some of the facilities at this very popular park.
About The Zoo Connecting people with the world around them happens naturally at Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden. Your visit to Indiana’s first zoo offers a worldwide adventure as you encounter over 700 animals representing 186 species from around the globe.
About Holliday Park One of Indianapolis’ oldest parks, Holliday Park is located just six miles north of downtown and encompasses 94-acres of beautiful green space. Visitors can explore the nature center, play on one of the city’s best, hard-to-leave playgrounds, hike more than 3.5 miles of picturesque trails or take a stroll around the one-of-a-kind Holliday Park Ruins.
The Washington Park Zoo was founded in 1928, which means there has been nearly 90 years of family fun that's been had since it opened. That's a LOT of memories created! The Washington Park Zoo is set on 15 amazing acres of hill sand dunes close to the lake.
The largest waterfall in the state of Indiana can be found inside Cataract State Park. Cataract Falls drops for a total of 86 feet, with the upper falls making up 20 feet of this figure. The hike to the falls is of moderate difficulty and less than three miles in length, with the best time to visit between December and May.
Whether it's an Amish restaurant, general shop, or flea market, there is something cool about taking a step back in history for an hour or two. Whether it's an Amish restaurant, general shop, or flea market, there is something really cool about slowing the pace of life down for an hour or two.
WonderLab is located on the B-Line Trail in the heart of the Bloomington entertainment and arts district (BEAD). See WonderLab’s website for special programs and events, discount admission opportunities, special exhibitions, private party rentals, high visitation alerts, and more.