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Elkhart’s Celebrate the Arts

One of the top items on my Indiana bucket list is the quilt gardens in Amish Country in northern Indiana. I’ve heard that they are so beautiful, and for someone who loves flowers as much as I do, I’m sure Read more >

Vevay, Indiana Celebrates Fall with Sleepy Hollow Event

The only Disney movie to scare me so badly I’ve never seen it again was the Headless Horseman. I watched it once when I was 6, learned the story of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman, and swore I’d never Read more >

Holiday World’s Halloween Weekends

Summer is certainly transitioning over to fall in just about every way. I’m daydreaming about apple orchards instead of pool days and replacing flip flops with boots. But if a visit to Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana was on Read more >

Stops Along the Ohio River Scenic Byway

Fall is the perfect time to take one of those classic Sunday drives, any day of the week. Whether you’re looking to just meander along, or you want some specific destinations in mind, the Ohio River Scenic Byway in southern Read more >

Memories of New Harmony, Indiana

One of my most memorable field trips as a kid was a day spent in New Harmony, Indiana. My 10th grade social studies class was studying religious utopias, and New Harmony was the home of two failed utopian communities in Read more >

Creepy Crafts, Costumes, Campsites and Campfires at Monroe Reservoir

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Jill Vance: Jill Vance is the interpretive naturalist at Monroe Reservoir, the largest lake in the state of Indiana. She has worked for Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs since 2004. Her outdoor interests include Read more >

Uncork a Bottle of Indiana

As the weather cools off in Indianapolis the fall colors start to emerge. The first of fall and crisp weather has a habit of creating a sense of adventure; there’s never been a better time to get outside and explore Read more >

Capriole Farmstead Goat Cheese

When I reflect back on the summer of 2011, it may well go down in my personal history books as the Summer of Goat Cheese around our house. I actually think it began by accident at one of my weekly Read more >