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Visiting Indiana

Whether you’re planning to visit Indiana for its beautiful scenery, sports, or kid-friendly activities, this state has something for everyone. The best way for families to explore the region is through Indiana cabin rentals. By choosing to rent a cabin by owner, you know you will have a clean, cozy, spacious rental with the comforts of home! While staying in cabin rentals, Indiana visitors will enjoy experiencing the Midwest’s parks, festivals, and family-oriented attractions.
Tourists staying in cabin rentals in Indiana should know that renting a car is the best way to get around the state. For active families, bicycle rentals are available at White River State Park.
Areas within Indiana
Visitors interested in vacation rentals in Indiana should know that the state has three regions:
  • Northern Indiana is home to many lakes and is part of the Great Lakes Megalopolis. Most of Northern Indiana is in the Corn Belt, meaning that corn is the most important crop. This region has the third-largest Amish population in the country.
  • Central Indiana is the home of Indianapolis and several major universities, like Ball State, Purdue, Butler, and Indiana State. Central Indiana features many green hills and sandstone ravines.
  • Southern Indiana is a mix of forest, hills, and farmland. It contains the 200,000-acre Hoosier National Forest nature preserve.
Sightseeing in Indiana and Things to Do
Indiana is home to many gorgeous parks and fun family attractions! While enjoying cabin rentals in Indiana, curious visitors can explore the best the heartland has to offer. Check out White River State Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, one of the best zoos in the country, and the biggest children’s museum in the world!
  • White River State Park in Indianapolis, IN, is the country’s only “cultural urban” state park. It includes the beautiful Military Park and White River as well as attractions like the White River Gardens, Indiana State Museum, and Victory Field.
  • Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore features 15,000 acres of hiking trails, rivers, wetlands, and forests.
  • The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the biggest children’s museum in the world! It includes a planetarium, biotech lab, carousel, fossils, theater, and much more!
  • The Indianapolis Zoo offers a display of 320 species of animals and has more than 3,800 total. Kids will love the largest shark tank in the country ...

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