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Nashville, IN: Best Small Town in America

Where are the most beautiful, fun, friendly, patriotic, best food and best place for geocaching located? How about Nashville, Indiana!   Yes that’s right, according to the Best of the Road 2013 Competition; Nashville, Indiana has been nominated as one Read more >

Photo of the Week – June 3, 2011

It’s been a while since we’ve featured a photo of the week, but here’s a great one for June 3, 2011. If you’ve never been to Symphony on the Prairie out at Conner Prairie you HAVE to go this summer. Read more >

Playscape playground at Danville’s Ellis Park

Now that spring is officially here, my family has been on the hunt for some of Indiana’s best playgrounds. I’ve already written about a great playground in Columbus, Indiana, where I live, called Freedom Field. This weekend while visiting my sister’s family, we spent Read more >

New Indiana State Park Campground Reservation System

A couple of weeks ago, my fellow Indiana Insider blogger Amy wrote a post detailing a free iPhone app from Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR). As further proof that great technology and Mother Nature can go hand-in-hand, the DNR has Read more >

Hoosier Outdoor Experience, September 26th & 27th

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 >

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge

Cypress Sunset in Indiana (Muscatatuck NWR) by Bernie Kasper Located just minutes east of Seymour, Muscatatuck National Wildlife Reserve (map) is a beautiful place to get away. Whether you love to fish, hunt, hike or just enjoy some wildlife-viewing, Muscatatuck Read more >

The Song of Shades State Park – A Magical, Mystical Place

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Evan McBrooom: Evan McBroom www.evanmcbroom.com There are places in the U.S. where I’ve traveled – a special handful of places – where I’ve truly felt as through I’ve traveled not only to a place, Read more >

Visit Indiana Blog Wrap-up

We began blogging about nine months ago (see our first two posts – Indiana College Towns and Moto GP Promo) and it feels like time to do a VI Blog wrap-up. When we first started blogging, we had three different Read more >