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We were made for this moment...to host the ENTIRE NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. As Indiana shines in the national spotlight, it is the perfect time for Hoosiers to showcase why this state is the ideal place to live, work, study, stay and play. Known for “Hoosier Hospitality,” Indiana has been called one of the friendliest states in the U.S. Home to the number one medium-sized airport in North America, America’s number one waterpark, and ranked the number one state for business in the Midwest, there is something for everyone.
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Our communities are connected by several common threads – friendly hometown hospitality, for one – they each claim their own distinct personality. From the tight-knit neighborliness of classic small-town America to bustling and energetic centers packed full of activities.
Fort Wayne’s story began as an important stop along the Erie Canal. Today, you can feel the history of the city at The Landing – once the spot where canal boats docked to unload their goods, now a food destination.
Noble County is home to award-winning golf courses, miles of trails, and other recreational activities, making Noble County a great place to stay active.
The home of 101 lakes offers year-round recreational opportunities. Enjoy a ride down Indiana’s only refrigerated toboggan at Pokagon State Park. The 1,260-acre park on Lake James has hiking trails, camping, nature center, boat rentals, and the 137-room Potawatomi Inn.
Sandy toes. Stress melting waves. Towering sand dunes. Heaven on Earth? You tell us. Between shoreline strolls, well-worn hiking trails, and pick-up games of frisbee, you’ll discover a piece of paradise all your own.
Whether you want to explore the outdoors, take in destination dining or watch some baseball, there are plenty of reasons why Mondays can wait this time of year.
Dekalb County, Indiana, is a thriving destination that offers a wide variety of activities and attractions for all ages. It’s astounding how much the county has grown over the years and continues to grow!
Enjoy our miles of beaches and trails, unique attractions, lakefront casinos, and delicious restaurants. You'll find everything you need to plan a fun, affordable trip with family and friends.
We are the perfect place for family fun, couples and girls’ trips, and quiet alone rejuvenating moments. We welcome the opportunity to help you find your next great travel story or blog material.
There’s always something going on in Bloomington—from concerts to comedy and football to food. Lucky for you, we’ve got the inside track to its untold stories.
Home to the world's first theme park, Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, and other Christmassy attractions! Spencer County is full of never-ending history and outdoor recreation.
Where "Hoosier Hospitality meets Southern Charm," SoIN is made of historic riverside communities in Clark and Floyd Counties. On the north bank of the Ohio River, we’re in the sweet spot of city and country life.
Quintessential small-town Indiana with charming downtowns, outdoor recreation opportunities, and more. Hometown of UCLA Coach John Wooden - come visit a 100+ year old candy store and find out what Coach Wooden's favorite treat was when he was in town!
Welcome to Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana, home of Purdue University. We hope your visit is enjoyable and educational. You’ll find our community is rich with tradition and all the beauty of a classic Midwestern destination.
We are the covered bridge capital of the world! Turkey Run and Shades State Parks, some of Indiana's best, call Parke County home. In October, you can't miss the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival!
Located just 10 minutes west of Indy, Hendricks County offers a plethora of rural and urban activities and attractions including Splash Island Family Waterpark, Beasley's Orchard, the Mayberry Cafe, The Tie Dye Lab, and Lucas Oil Raceway just to name a few.
Spring is just around the corner in MoCo and we have 5 things you need to add to your bucket list! Activities include kayaking down sugar creek, a treetop zipline tour, and a trip to our unique downtown.
Located just north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County, Indiana offers a unique set of attractions, special events, and places to eat and drink in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield. Our communities are regularly recognized as a "Best Place” to live, work and play.