Indiana Insider Blog

60 Miles of Fall Splendor Along the Cardinal Greenway

The Cardinal Greenway is beautiful any time of year, but especially so in fall.Indiana once boasted thousands of miles of railroads. Beginning with the Indianapolis and Madison Railroad in the 1840s, companies both large and small laid track all across the Hoosier state connecting Indiana cities to…

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Get Lost in Northeast Indiana's Largest Corn Maze

I've lived in Indiana my whole life and grew up with a corn field just outside the window of my childhood home. But recently I had the pleasure of experiencing the corn in a whole new way and honestly, it was a-MAZE-ing! The Amazing Fall Fun Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Waterloo - Northeast…

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Don't Miss the Unveiling of Indiana's New Quarter

The United States Mint will release the 40 th quarter in the America the Beautiful collection. Indiana's new quarter features George Rogers Clark and his men crossing the flooded Wabash. Clark’s daring surprise capture of the British Fort Sackville is considered one of the greatest feats of the…

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Which Fall Festival is Indiana's Best? Cast Your Vote!

In Indiana, the autumn season is synonymous with Fall Festivals. But which fall festival is the best in the Hoosier State? We are looking to name Indiana's very best and we need your help! Vote for the Best of Indiana! Parke County Covered Bridge Festival Celebrating covered bridges, historic…

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One of Indiana's Oldest Towns, Let Oldenburg Charm You

Settled in 1817, the village of Oldenburg in Franklin County, Indiana is one of the oldest communities in the state. In that year, William George traveled from Pennsylvania by-way-of Cincinnati and staked a land claim along the East Harvey Branch creek. Oldenburg's Maibaum (Maypole) Twenty years…

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Where is Indiana's Best Tenderloin? Vote Now!

Here in the Hoosier state, we like our breaded tenderloin bigger than the bun. Which restaurant deep fries your favorite? We are looking to name Indiana's very best and we need your help! Vote for the Best of Indiana! If you’re a native Hoosier, you know what a tenderloin sandwich is. It’s a…

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You Won't Believe This Girl's Day Out in Terre Haute

From dining in a stable to tastings in a newly opened winery, my friend and I had an amazing time exploring Terre Haute. The city is just a quick hour's drive from the Indianapolis airport area on I-70 and home to a slew of activities that create a delightful girls day out. We arrived in Terre…

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This Rural Heritage Tour Transports You to the 1800s

Be transported to the 1800s when the Thiebaud Farmstead and Musee de Venoge, two of Switzerland County’s National Register sites, join forces on Saturday October 7, 10am-5pm & Sunday October 8, noon-5pm, for the annual Rural Heritage Tour. From domestic arts to period pastimes, the Rural Heritage…

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