The Racing Countdown is ON!


We’re counting down for one of the greatest spectacles in racing – the Indy 500 scheduled for May 27. It’s the 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge. The General Admission ticket will provide the opportunity to move between the IMS infield viewing mounds to view racing action from different vantage points. The 500 Festival kicks off May 1 downtown from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more details, visit  and

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White River State Park welcomes nearly 4 million visitors a year to its world-class attractions. Greenspaces, trails, trees, and waterways co-mingle alongside cultural, educational, and recreational attractions across 250 beautiful acres. Attractions includeCelebration Plaza, The Celebration Plaza Amphitheatre, Historic Military Park at White River State Park, State Museum Lawn, Old Washington Street Bridge, Bison Plaza, Children’s Maze, Locust Grove, The Oval, Promenade Amphitheatre, Pumphouse Island and the Waterfront PavilionWhen you visit Indianapolis, be sure to take some time to relax or picnic in the park.

A hand holding a golf ball with a face Golf Adventure

Did you known there are seven golf courses on the Indiana Pete Dye Trail? Sports editor Duane Duchene and his golf ball “Mr. Dimples” reviews each one, starting with the Tippecannoe Country Club in the northern section of the state and traveling down to French Lick Resort in the following article…


History buffs will delight in an extended weekend getaway to Kokomo as this city features several museums, a tour through a glass factory and downtown murals. Explore the downtown area which is set against a backdrop of historic buildings and public art spaces. Don’t miss the upcoming Strawberry Festival, chocolate celebrations or  the Summer fest block party among the many other events and attractions being held this summer. See KOKOMO.


Indiana Dunes Discovery Trail

Indiana Dunes Discovery Trail

Explore one of the most biodiverse areas of the country on the Indiana Dunes Discovery Trail. Less than an hour from Chicago, this self-guided tour will lead you to extraordinary places like majestic dunes, sprawling wetlands, and lush forests. Discover why the Indiana Dunes belongs on your travel bucket list. The Discovery Trail pass is free, but entrance fees apply where applicable. The Indiana Dunes National Park features glacial sands, pushed and pulled by time into dunes nearly 250 feet high. Paddle across a 300-mile-long lake with waves and scenery that rival the Atlantic.


Southern Indiana

Uniquities are abundant in Southern Indiana! In Huntingburg, tour the movie site to “A League of Their Own,” featuring the Bombers Baseball and the Peaches entertaining the crowd at League Stadium. Climb aboard the Spirit of Jasper Train for a luxurious ride and dine train excursion featuring wall-to-wall lounge car, parlor car, the dining car, bar car, and delicious meal. Patoka Lake is Southern Indiana’s #1 recreation area. The 8,800 acre lake and 26,000-acre DNR property offer boating, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, canoeing, and camping. Enjoy clear, clean water on a spacious, uncrowded lake. Establishments around the lake provide marine service, boat rentals, cabin rentals and other lodging as well as other nearby attractions, including a winery and brewery. Extend your weekend and experience the Broken Wagon Bison while in the area. Get up close and personal with our country’s largest native land mammal at this family-owned bison farm. Take a wagon tour to see a herd of more than 100 bison. Afterward, purchase a variety of bison meat products and gifts. Scheduled one-hour tours are offered on Saturdays from June to September.


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