When you stop and think about it, limestone is the very foundation of Indiana. Not only is it found in most buildings on Indiana University’s campus and many buildings around the state (I even grew up in a limestone house Read more
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This weekend, June 6-7, is Free Fishing Weekend in Indiana. That means adults do not need a license to fish in Indiana public waters for this weekend only. (Kids under 17 never need a fishing license.) In celebration of Free Read more
Have concerns about the economy put a damper on your summer vacation plans? Purchase an Indiana State Parks annual pass and gain access to 24 state parks and endless adventures. The pass is $36 for Indiana residents, $46 for out-of-state Read more
Antique farm tractors, working farm implements, and gas engines dating back to the 1940’s will be on display at Spring Mill State Park. Step back in time and imagine what it was like in the days when the family tractor Read more
This week’s Flickr Photo of the week very closely resembles our 2009 Indiana Travel Guide Cover. This shot was taken on Sugar Creek on a canoe ride while passing through Turkey Run State park. If you love getting in the Read more
Historic Archaeology of the Falls of the Ohio Region exhibit is now on display at Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center. Late 1700s and mid-1900s artifacts will be on display include pottery, coins, beads, glass bottles and more. The collection Read more
Explore Mounds State Park in Anderson via GPS. On March 14 (1 pm), navigate your way through the woods to find cache – storage box with stuff inside. Prizes will be awarded. Advance registration required: $3/person or $10/team of four. Read more
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ Fishing Guide and Outdoor Recreation Guide are now available online. For a hard copy, e-mail DNRGuideRequests@dnr.IN.gov.
Check this out Department of Natural Resources Holiday Happenings. Full of great gift ideas, fun holiday activities and great discounts. Enjoy season fun at a state park!
Feel the need for speed? Head to the Pokagon State Park for tobogganing fun! (Is that even a word?). The state’s only twin-track, refrigerated toboggan run is sure to thrill. Don’t have a toboggan handy? No need, rent one from Read more