As the cool weather takes hold of Indiana, the scenery all across the state is beginning to explode with color. Indiana Leaf Cams are in place so you can enjoy the changing season from the comfort of your own home. Read more
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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Natural Resources Foundation is sponsoring the Hoosier Outdoor Experience at the Fort Harrison State Park on the east side of Indianapolis on September 26th & 27th. Fort Harrison State Park is 1,700 Read more
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
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
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
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!
If you like Native American history, then I have two great places for you to explore – Mounds State Park (Anderson) and Angel Mounds State Historic Site (Evansville). Both sites are early Native American earth mound formations, also known as Read more
Love Birdwatching, but don’t know where to go? Then let the Indiana Audubon Society be your guide. Check out Indiana’s best locations on their birdwatching map. One of the Society’s goals is to increase advocacy and awareness of bird and Read more
After you check out Indiana’s Leaf Cams, get out and enjoy the colors at one of Indiana’s State Parks. Check out Department of Natural Resources’ color guide including the Halloween happenings at the parks.