Looking to get away this summer? You need not look far. There are a number of excellent options right here in Indiana providing ‘Hoosier Hospitality’ no matter what your interests or budget may be. These sites are perfect for day-trips and weekend getaways, so have a look and take your pick.
Visit Indiana has released the Best of Indiana Summer Gotta-Dos including Brown County State Park in Nashville, Amish Country in Elkhart and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Read more about their Top Ten picks and find more resources here:
- Check out VisitIndiana.com’s trip idea online search.
- Follow VisitIndiana.com’s Indiana Insider blog for the latest in Indiana tourism news at www.in.gov/visitindiana/blog/
- Request an Indiana Travel Guide, Indiana Festival Guide, Indiana Golf Guide or Indiana State Map by contacting your legislator.
- Order regional travel brochures from VisitIndiana.com
Lake Wawasee–Syracuse, Indiana. Take family or friends for a weekend of fun on the water. You can rent a cottage and watercrafts and enjoy fishing, watersports and other activities on and along the lake.
New Harmony Inn–New Harmony, Indiana. New Harmony is a former utopian town with historic charm located along the Wabash River. It’s home to the Red Geranium Restaurant, a cozy dining spot offering great American cuisine and a long list of international wines. For a peaceful getaway, this is your place.
Scenic View Resort–Bloomington, Indiana. This lodge boasts amazing views of rolling hills and beautiful Lake Monroe. Visit Scenic View’s own restaurant and beer garden, and enjoy its close proximity to the lake where fun cab be had at the beach and on the water.
Lake Michigan–Michigan City, Indiana. Michigan City offers a wide variety of activities to keep you occupied. Rent a beach house or unpack at a hotel and enjoy some time at the beach, climbing the dunes or exploring the town’s many restaurants and shopping sites.
More Trip Ideas
- Download the 2013 Indiana Recreation Guide and the 2013 Indiana Fishing Guide from the Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources.
- Visit camp.in.gov to learn about camping sites in Indiana and make online reservations.
- Visit stateparks.in.gov to learn about visiting Indiana’s state parks and reservoirs.
- Search for a local farmer’s market on the Indiana’s Farmer’s Market Online Directory.
- Contact your local visitor’s bureau or tourist board.