In addition to the five great Leaf Cams set up throughout the state, we’re also working with Smaller Indiana (SmallerIndiana.com), a great social network for Hoosiers, whose idea is to “make people and ideas findable” in Indiana. Smaller Indiana is an active website filled with people who love Indiana and want to help others find things to love in Indiana. That’s why working with them is such a great idea for us.
With Smaller Indiana’s help, we’ve created the Indiana Leaf Cam group. Our goal is to promote Fall Travel here in Indiana, and we need your help. Like many other organizations, we need to maximize our impact and want to reach out to all Hoosiers and ask for your help. Tourism is big business in Indiana, attracting more than 62 million visitors and generating more than $10 billion in economic impact each year. Indiana’s tourism industry employs more 257,000 Hoosiers! Here’s where you come in. We’re looking for Hoosiers to start making noise online about Indiana. We want you to blog, tweet and share photos about your experiences, your favorite events and attractions, and everything you love about the fall in Indiana.
We’ve started the #LeafCam hashtag on Twitter and the LeafCam tag on Flickr. You can also blog about the Leaf Cam or join our Facebook Group and tell us about your travels in Indiana. Just be sure to link off to visitindiana.com or visitindiana.com/leafcam/
Check out the cameras located in each of these great Indiana locations:
- Hilltop Cabins in Brown County
- French Lick Resort
- The Fort Golf Course – Indianapolis
- Historic Corydon
- Spring Mill State Park – Mitchell
While you’re looking at the leaves, be sure to check out the great contests we have running. There’s one from each Leaf Cam Location in addition to our regular monthly contests.
If you’re looking for an even more interactive way to participate in our fall Leaf Cam, join in the fun by adding your best Indiana Fall photos to our Visit Indiana Flickr Group. Not familiar with Flickr? Read more about Flickr here.
Be sure to tag your photos with “LeafCam” so we can easily find them and display them on the Indiana Insider blog.