Adventure Awaits in Western Indiana
It's a Howling good Time
In Delphi, take a boat trip in a replica 19thcentury canal boat at the Wabash & Erie Canal Park, available on Saturdays and Sundays. Your tour guide will share adventures and stories of everyday life from 150 years ago.
The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon, September 30 - October 1, reenacts the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans during the early 1700s. Sample food, shop in the trading post, do traditional crafts and enjoy music.
Just outside West Lafayette near Battle Ground is Wolf Park. Open daily through November, this nonprofit educational and research facility is home to several wolf packs as well as coyotes, foxes and bison. On Saturdays, they hold a special Howl Night where you can learn to howl with the wolves to become one of the pack!
About an hour north is Fair Oaks Farms, one of the largest dairies in the U.S., housing more than 30,000 dairy cows. Learn how milk goes from dairy cow to your glass. Afterwards, enjoy a sampling of their delicious made-onsite milk products in the Café. Then let the youngsters burn off steam in the Mooville play area jumping, rock climbing and riding the MooChoo train.