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Country Living Listed These 6 Indiana Towns for Midwest Girlfriend Getaways

Country Living has released a list of 25 Under-the-Radar Midwestern Towns for Girlfriend Getaways, and six Hoosier locales have made the list! The Hoosier towns that Country Living selected are Chesterton, Corydon, Bloomington, Carmel, Columbus and Santa Claus! Home of Read more >

Witness ‘Birth of a State’ in Corydon

How long has it been since you’ve been invited to witness a 200+-year-old birth? The answer is never—at least I hope so! This is a real invitation for you and everyone else from Indiana to participate in a special bicentennial Read more >

High Adventure Deep Under Southern Indiana

About a year and a half ago I visited my first Indiana caves and it was an extraordinary experience. You get to wander through caves that other explorers have discovered. I often thought about what it would be like for Read more >

Hendricks County Civil War Heritage Days Expands with Grand Ball, Food Court, June 23-24

For one of only two battles fought north of the Mason-Dixon line, Indiana sure celebrates the Civil War era quite a bit (the Battle of Corydon took place on July 9, 1863 in Corydon, IN, our first state capital). This Read more >

2011 Leaf Cams – Watch the Color!

Hankering to see the leaves change? Check out these 2011 leaf cams: Spring Mill State Park, Mitchell Brown County State Park Harrison County, Corydon Purdue University Know of another leaf cam that didn’t make the list? Add it via the Read more >

Beat the Heat with Tasty Local Treats

It’s hot outside and there’s no better way to cool off than with a delicious ice cream cone or milkshake! Creamy ice cream  makes a perfect treat on a summer afternoon and Indiana is filled with local restaurants that dish Read more >

Corydon, Indiana and The Kintner House Inn

Indianapolis wasn’t always our state capital. It was the capital of the Indiana Territory from 1813 – 1816. After we became a state, it remained the capital until 1825. (Vincennes was actually our first state capital.) The little town of Read more >