Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development (IOTD) announced today the release of the 2015 Indiana Travel Guide featuring Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in Porter County on the cover.
“Indiana Dunes is one of our most popular destinations, yet many are still surprised to discover Indiana has a beautiful beach along the south shore of Lake Michigan,” said Lt. Governor Ellspermann. “The Indiana Dunes are consistently ranked as a top-five beach destination for families and, by featuring it on the cover, we expect to attract even more visitors to experience Indiana’s natural beauty.”
The cover image depicts a classic girlfriend getaway on the west beach of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Indiana Dunes Country features 15 miles of magnificent Lake Michigan shoreline with sandy beaches for splashing, playing and relaxing. Visitors will also find towering sand dunes and more than 70 miles of hiking and biking trails through dunes, forests, marshes and prairies.
“It is a great honor to have Indiana Dunes selected for the cover of the 2015 Honest-to-Goodness Indiana Travel Guide,” said Lorelei Weimer, executive director of Indiana Dunes Tourism. “With the stunning cover image and the great information inside, the new guide will motivate even more travelers to check out the beautiful shoreline and other great attractions that more and more visitors are discovering.”
An image of the 2015 Indiana Travel Guide is attached as a PDF and can also be viewed by clicking here.
The Indiana Travel Guide is a comprehensive travel resource with information on attractions, entertainment, special events, recreation, restaurants and lodging options throughout the state. IOTD has partnered with Emmis Communications to publish and distribute the travel guide. A tablet app version of the travel guide will be available for free download in the coming weeks. Complete Indiana travel information is also available online at VisitIndiana.com.
IOTD distributes four publications each year; the travel guide, festival guide, roadway map and golf & travel guide. The cover of each publication features an image of a different Indiana destination. The locations featured as the cover images of the other three publications for 2015 are:
- Festival Guide – Circus City Festival (Miami County)
- Roadway Map – Bonneyville Mill County Park (Elkhart County)
- Golf & Travel Guide – Pete Dye Course at the French Lick Resort (Orange County)
All four publications are free and can be ordered online at VisitIndiana.com or by calling (800) 677-9800.
Indiana Office of Tourism Development