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Fall Festivities in Fortville

Just a few minutes out of Fortville, Indiana, about a 40-minute drive from Indianapolis, there is a farm known for its Christmas trees. “Whoa,” you’re thinking, “This blog is a few months too early. I’m focused on fall.” Don’t worry, Read more >

Creepy Crafts, Costumes, Campsites and Campfires at Monroe Reservoir

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Jill Vance: Jill Vance is the interpretive naturalist at Monroe Reservoir, the largest lake in the state of Indiana. She has worked for Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs since 2004. Her outdoor interests include Read more >

Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory in Fort Wayne

There’s nothing my son enjoys more than getting some time outside to run around. We try to do it nearly everyday when the weather is nice. But Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate, and particularly in the winter, we often find Read more >

Oktoberfest at Traders Point Creamery October 8

There’s something about fall that puts people in a festive mood. Whether it’s the cooler temperatures and the crisp air, or the beauty of the leaves changing color, or the knowledge that these are the last few weekends we’ll be Read more >

Explore NW Indiana’s Largest Corn Maze From August 26 – October 30

You could, quite literally, run nearly a third of a marathon in Exploration Acres’ 18-acre corn maze. Exploration Acres operates the largest corn maze in northwest Indiana, with five different mazes, all differing lengths and levels of complexity, for a Read more >

Indiana Pumpkin Patches and Apple Orchards

It’s fall in Indiana and with just a couple weeks left until Halloween, it’s time to get your pumpkins! There are dozens of pumpkin patches throughout the Hoosier State where you spend the afternoon. Many places are also apple orchards, Read more >

The Thrill of the Ride

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. Uh. No. It’s just some dude gliding along on a zipline. Wait a minute. That looks like fun! And apparently, it is so much fun that Loren Schmierer, owner of Stonycreek Farm Landscape and Read more >

Family Fun Hidden In the Fields of Southern Indiana

As much as I love Indianapolis, the town I will always call home is Shoals.  Nestled in the hills of southern Indiana, Shoals is home to lots of cornfields and approximately 2,000 people.  There is something about fall in a Read more >

Beasley’s Orchard in Hendricks County Gears Up For Fall

Fall has, well, fallen, and to me that always means apples and pumpkins. I know we can get apples in the summer, but summer is not my apple season. That’s because I think more of apple cider and apple pie Read more >