Indiana Tourism - Vacation Spots, Attractions, Cities and Destinations

This Indiana vacation guide has information on shopping, camping, the lakes, fishing spots, cross country skiing, timeshares, parks, Amish Country, amusement parks, caverns and other attractions.

Indiana offers a huge spectrum of interesting things to do and see, from the northern lake country to the southern mineral springs. The scenery is breathtaking all over the state.

People visit Indiana around the holidays, summertime and all year for family vacations, business trips, spring break, romantic weekend getaways, holidays, short breaks, extended stays and more.

Major cities are Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Hammond, South Bend, Terre Haute and Muncie.

Major Rivers in Indiana: Ohio River, Wabash River, Salamonie, Mississinewa, Eel, Tippecanoe and White river.

Major Lakes are lake Michigan, Lake James, Lake Maxinkuckee, Bass Lake and Lake Shafer. For more detailed info see Indiana Lakes .

In Indiana, fly a kite on a deserted beach or watch a NASCAR race. Explore caves and caverns. Soak in mineral springs or gamble on a riverboat casino. Sit by a river or lake and fish all day or just enjoy the beauty of nature.

Visit Indianapolis, Indiana. See a NASCAR race at the motor speedway. Visit historic sites, museums and art galleries. Walk through beautiful gardens. Play at a water park. Go to the zoo. Listen to an orchestra ...

The best beaches in Indiana can be found along the shores of Lake Michigan and many of the other lakes within the state. On Lake Michigan there are fishing piers, public washrooms, boat slips, dive charters for scuba diving among shipwrecks, plane wrecks and more. There are scuba diving classes available. You can rent or buy scuba diving equipment too.

In Northern Indiana, visit Notre Dame University and the College Football Hall of Fame. Tour Amish Country. Shop for antiques. Visit a chocolate factory. Hike. Bike. Camp. In the wintertime, you can go cross country skiing. Here you will find a winery, a buffalo preserve, an amusement park, casinos, antique shopping, outlet malls and golf courses.

At Terre Haute, see the largest salt water aquarium in the world. At Monticello, find Indiana Beach where you can ride roller coasters, water slides, see live entertainment and have lots of fun.  Cecil M. Harden Lake is near Rockville where you can camp, water-ski, go boating and fish.


Caves: Marrengo and Wyandotte

Mineral Springs at French Lick and Martinsville. .

Gristmill and Flume at Spring Mill State Park near Bedford - reconstruction of buildings used by early settlers.

Lake Michigan southern shore in Northern Indiana.

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial at Lincoln City in Spencer established in 1963.

Monument circle - center of business district of Indianapolis is a 284 foot monument dedicated to the veterans of the civil war.

Memorial at Vincennes to George Rogers Clark (1752-1818) and his troops who captured a nearby British Fort during the American Revolution.

Indiana has lots of things to see and do.  Go hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking and boating. Play the slots at a casino. Golf. Swim. Fish. Shop. Go antiquing. Ride a roller coaster at a theme park. Slide down a waterslide at a water park. Enjoy a good meal at a fine restaurant. Ski or snowmobile in the winter. See a horse race or a car race. Find a fossil. Bird watch. Camp. Visit a museum, an aquarium or a historic landmark.

A vacation in Indiana has endless possibilities. ..

Indiana Vacation Spots