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Love to bike, walk, kayak or just keep moving on your vacation? We do, too! See our ideas for active travel in cities and towns throughout the Midwest, including restaurants and hotels that active travelers will enjoy.

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The Quarry Cable Park gets you on a wakeboard, no boat required.
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Yoga with animals (goats, bunnies, cats, dogs—even alpacas) is just one of the many trends to reach Midwestern yogis. Check out these unusual yoga classes for some inspiration to get your "om...
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Food tours, a sports-focused attraction at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, a statewide "spirited brews" trail and a summer camp for adults are just some of the new places to...
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New and updated state public areas mean fresh outdoor adventures in the Midwest this summer, including new state parks in Missouri and Minnesota.
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A visit to Iowa's capital city means a chance to try new restaurants, visit local boutiques, take in tons of free art and browse an epic Saturday-morning farmers market. Find out how to make the...
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Des Moines caters to our desires to get moving with activities like rock climbing, trampolining, pedaling through the East Village and dancing.
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Today's young women want more from their time and friendships than a superficial gathering for a monthly brunch or spa day. Here's how one group of friends decided to use their girlfriend...
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Hiking, biking, kayaking and horseback riding are among the active adventures awaiting visitors to South Dakota's Black Hills and Badlands. Here are 10 of our favorite ways to enjoy the area.
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Get away and get active—biking, golfing, kayaking and more—with these 10 tips for active travelers in Cleveland.
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Indianapolis offers plenty of activities for active travelers. Run in the nation's largest half-marathon, see the city by bike, or walk the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.

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