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Places to see in Indiana

Indiana or the Hoosier State is romantic and fits in frame of any type of vacation. The state has a humid continental climate; the winters are cool while summers are warm. The Indianapolis's serene outdoors, appealing restaurants, well knitted culture, architecture and Lake Michigan charms every visitor.

Indiana has plethora of tourist attractions for relaxing and romantic vacations. We here discuss some of the great places to spend your vacations.

Tourist attractions in Indiana

Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is attractive small city in the USA. A walk on the banks of lovely Maumee River enjoying the landscape views is a Romantic idea. You can enjoy a family picnic in Headwaters Park. The chocolates in De Brands Fine Chocolates are every chocoholic's delight.

Lucas Oil Stadium & Conseco Fieldhouse:

Lucas Oil Stadium hosts the Colt's play and also a variety of other events.

The Indianapolis Pacers NBA team hails from the Conseco Field house. Besides basketball, the stadium hosts many concerts and shows.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway:

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway held world-famous Indy 500 and Brickyard races, as well as Formula One Grand Prix. The place also has a racing museum which has bunch of racing cars.

Holiday World and Splashin' Safari:

Holiday World is themed amusement park where you can ride on roller coasters. Splashin' Safari is Indiana's top water park near Holiday World where youth will have blast on many water slides, cruise along the Bahari River and wave pool.

Indiana Beach Amusement Resort:

Indiana Beach has a nice water park and man-made beach along the lake! Indiana Beach Amusement Resort in Monticello is place to enjoy lot of activities. You can do boating in Lake Shafer or ride some roller coasters.

Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore:

The Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore is naturally beautiful area located along the Indiana coast. The charm of bountiful nature and Lake Michigan fascinates everyone.


Nashville is popular as "the artist colony of the Midwest" for dozen of knickknacks and art happens here. It's a great place to visit during fall.

Indiana's largest state park Brown County State Park is right next to Nashville. It has many hiking trails, historic bridge and beautiful colourful artistic nature.


Bloomington is famous for renowned Indiana University. Shopping in Bloomington is a good experience. The variety of shops found here includes herbal stores and bike shops.

Hoosier National Forest:

The Hoosier national forest has some of the best horse trails in Indiana and open hunting and fishing spots.

Turkey Run State Park

Turkey Run State Park has remains of ancient Indiana. Besides tiny mosses, ferns, some old trees like majestic walnuts and sycamores are found in the park. Walking into canyon and gorges there is an unforgettable experience. This beautiful park has hiking trails, camp sites, historic sites, canyons between cliffs and hemlock groves. You can explore the whole park area on horseback.

The scenic Sugar Creek is a place for canoeing and fishing. The river itself stands as a remnant of the forces that shaped the area.

Turkey Run is altogether a picnic place for you.


If you will be visiting Indiana for few weeks or months, it's a good idea to rent an apartment for the meantime. Instead of getting a hotel which is a bit pricey, you can get a good apartment for rent in Michigan. Websites like can offer you good apartments for rent near Indiana. Affordable and really suitable for your Indiana travel and vacation.