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A charming small town and a walkable downtown make Auburn, Indiana, a great hub for a golfing weekend.
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On 90 miles of northern Indiana backroads, murals and meticulously planted gardens blend Amish quilt-making tradition with the landscape itself. Use our three-day itinerary to plan your own trip.
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Find quiet among old-growth forests and mysterious caverns at Turkey Run Inn.
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Carmel's downtown presents a haven for decorators, artists, chefs and musicians—making it a great place for the rest of us to spend the day.
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This city of 250,000 (125 miles northeast of Indianapolis) impresses with well-thought-out attractions and draws genealogy buffs to the beautiful Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library,...
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Echoing its roots as a utopian community, New Harmony, Indiana, continues to thrive as an ideal destination for reflection and inspiration as spring unfolds.
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Elkhart (population: 52,882) is the largest of several Amish communities filled with flea markets, Amish and “English” restaurants, and shops. What's unexpected here is that, like the Amish...
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This 943-mile route through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois hugs the banks of the Ohio River and passes myriad historical sites.
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Explore Parke County (aka the Covered Bridge Capital of the World) on five well-marked driving routes.
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Three Midwest lakes in Minnesota, Indiana and Missouri offer all the allure of more popular destinations without the traffic.