Hit the road for a colorful Fall Excursion!

Mother Nature’s full pallet is on display during a fall drive on Indiana’s scenic backroads.

Underground boat rides, historic sites, destination dining experiences and college football are just a few of the reasons to plan an Indiana fall excursion. With miles of beautiful scenic backroads, your journey will prove to be as unforgettable as your destination.

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"F" is for Football, Farmers and Factory

The South Bend Farmers Market has been open since 1924 and is now one of the Midwest’s largest indoor markets. Purchase vegetables, cheeses, eggs, meat, baked goods, fresh-cut flowers and even jewelry.

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A Fall Getaway is Closer than You Think!

Located just north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County has a full calendar of autumn events for the whole family. Whether it’s canoeing the White River, hiking haunted trails at Cool Creek Park or finding the perfect pumpkin at Stonycreek Farm’s Pumpkin Harvest Festival.

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Adventures Await in Western Indiana

Need a healthy dose of fresh air this fall?  Ride a canal boat, visit with folks from the 1700s, howl with the wolves and learn about milk production at a local dairy farm.

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Comfort Food Trail, Southwest Indiana

It’s no surprise that Midwest Living wrote a feature on all the wonderful places to eat and shop for fresh produce along what they dubbed Indiana’s “Comfort Food Trail.” You’ll want to t

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Covered Bridge Capital of the World, Rockville

Indiana’s largest festival – the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival – brings together all nine communities of this beautiful wooded county as they showcase 31 historic cover

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Drive the Ohio River Scenic Byway, Madison

The Ohio River Scenic Byway runs 967 miles through three states, with 303 beautiful miles waiting for you in Indiana. Make it a relaxing historic tour, an exhilarating adventure or something in between.

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Escape the Everyday on the Indy Wine Trail

There’s something romantic about sharing a bottle of wine. Maybe that’s why so many of Indiana’s wineries are run by couples.

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Fall into Fun in Harrison County, Corydon

Below ground, at treetop level or in a tasting room, Harrison County offers great fall getaways.

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Flowers, Food & Fun in Fort Wayne

Fall is a fantastic time to visit Fort Wayne’s Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory. The conservatory presents special exhibits and events throughout the fall season.

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Fruits and Flowers Trail, Southern Indiana

Experience fall’s harvest throughout Southern Indiana! The Fruits & Flowers Trail is a special collection of attractions, markets, restaurants and wineries located throughout the region’s scenic rolling hills.

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Heritage Trail Driving Tour, Elkhart & LaGrange Counties

The 90-mile Heritage Trail Driving Tour winds through Amish Country, taking you down rural highways, country lanes and charming main streets.

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Hit the Rails in the Whitewater Valley, Connersville

The Whitewater Valley Railroad traverses 19 beautiful miles.

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Indiana Cave Trail, Southern Indiana

Just like the fall season, the Indiana Cave Trail entices adventurers and fans of the outdoors alike. Visitors get a true sense of exploration and kids reap the benefits of learning without realizing it.  

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Limestone Country in Southern Indiana, Bedford

Go Underground!

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Nature, Art and Cuisine in Brown County and Bloomington

In the early 1900s artists from around the world were lured to the beauty and serenity of Brown County, establishing Nashville.

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Palate & Palette: Indy Offers Great Taste in Food and Art

Chefs and brewmasters prove they are as much artists as the greatest painters and sculptors from the ages. This fall tour of the Indianapolis area will satisfy your appetite for both culture and cuisine, bringing a deeper appreciation for those who master their crafts.

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Ride, Drive or Hike Through Beautiful Hendricks County

Narrowing down all of the festivals, activities and other fall attractions in Hendricks County can prove to be a difficult task because of the sheer number of amazing things to see and do.

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Scare Up A Good Time in Hamilton County, Fishers

Watch Washington Irving’s time-treasured classic, The Headless Horseman, come to life at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers.

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Something For Everyone in Jackson County

Fall is not only the season that brings blazing color to the hills of Jackson County—it is also the time of vibrant festivals and events. Plan your autumn excursion to experience the color of southern Indiana!

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Taste the Uplands Wine Trail

Whether wine connoisseur or novice, you’re in for a treat on the Uplands Wine Trail, nine wineries nestled in Southern Indiana’s rolling hills.

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The Glass Trail, Kokomo

The fall season renews our devotion to heritage. The glass trail follows the craft of glass-making, prominent in the Kokomo area since a natural gas deposit was discovered there in the 1800s. 

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Tombstone Trail, Kendallville

Autumn is all about reveling in yesterday's history and enjoying today's fleeting moments before winter comes.

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Two Great Cities, One Great University, Lafayette-West Lafayette

Fall is the perfect time to visit Lafayette and West Lafayette. If football is your thing, cheer on the Boilermakers at Purdue University. History buff?

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View From a Bike, Statewide

There's no better way to breathe in that crisp autumn air and appreciate the nature-painted hillsides than from the seat of your mountain bike. This fall, pack up your wheels and head out to one or more of our challenging trails. Here are just five of many waiting for you in Indiana. 

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Zipping Around The City, Indianapolis

“Go Ape” at Eagle Creek Park

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