About Us Banner

Staff Picks: Indiana Travel Destinations

July 26, 2016
Looking for a getaway close to home in Indiana? Our associates here at Indiana Farmers have revealed some of their favorite places to visit in the state.
 
Road TripThis list encompasses something for everyone with its appealing travel destinations located throughout the Hoosier State.

  • I think dinner at the Schnitzelbank in Jasper, preceded by a round of golf at Sultan's Run is a very good day in Indiana. - Kevin, Sales        

  • So far my favorite is Nashville/Brown County. I love the mix of outdoor activities like ziplining with the quaint shops downtown. - Jennifer, Marketing

  • East to west, anywhere within five miles of the Ohio. - Dave, Sales

  • Boating on Patoka Lake then hiking in Newton-Stewart SRA. In the fall, it is hard to beat hiking the rugged trails in Turkey Run. - Kevin, Claims

  • The Madison area along the Ohio River. Great antique shops and Clifty Falls State Park is awesome! - Sandy, Claims

  • French Lick and West Baden. Two grand historic hotels, golf, beautiful scenery, winery, and even a casino. - Kim, President and CEO

  • This state has some great state parks. Ivanhoes in Upland with their 200 flavors of shakes and sundaes is a must. Lastly, at the risk of sounding like Sheldon, the train museum in Elkhart is a unique place to visit. - Chad, Research & Development

  • I like the northeast Indiana lake country. Variant sized lakes created by the glaciers that once covered the area. I have boated on quite a number of them. Camping at Pokagon State Park is fun as well. - Scott, Sales

  • Shipshewana is a fun destination. The auctions held every Tuesday are amazing if you are into antiques. - Lisa, Marketing

  • I have not been to a state park or recreation area in Indiana I did not like. Shades State Park is really a nice place to go same terrain as Turkey Run but less people so you can get the out in the wilderness away from it all feel. Also a little park that I thought was interesting was Fall Creek Gorge located on Potholes Rd. (very appropriately named) by Attica. Not a big place but interesting just the same good for a day trip if you’re just going out to visit some of the least known parks and wildlife refuges. - Harry, Information Technology

  • Huber Orchard and Winery in Borden is my favorite place. They have a wonderful restaurant (they grow a lot of the food they prepare onsite.)  They have a petting zoo for the kids and a farmers market. - Kelly, Customer Communication

  • Nicky Blain's downtown Indy during the Moto GP/Motorcycles on Meridian! Great bikes, great people, and a blondie cigar. - Matt, Real Estate

  • Story is a great destination for any motorcycle riders. - Craig, Information Technology

  • Washington Park and beach in Michigan City. It is a nice beach right on Lake Michigan with a big playground, splash pad, and little zoo. - Jenifer, Information Technology

  • Summer would not be complete without a trip to Holiday World! – Katie, Claims            

  • Lake Patoka on any boat that has a cooler. – Tom, Claims

These recommendations reflect the personal opinions of our associates and are not endorsements by Indiana Farmers.
Filed under: travel
TOP