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Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Where
4790 W 16th St, Indianapolis, IN 46222, USA
WhatEvent
Uh can you say Indy 500??? Indy is known for coming alive during this event! By Nicholas Cleek

Lucas Oil Raceway

Where
10267 US-136, Indianapolis, IN 46234, USA
WhatEvent
Racing! This is a great place to take the family to a local race! By Nicholas Cleek

River Bend Campground

Where
21695 Indiana 37, Noblesville, IN 46060, USA
What

KOA Drive

Where
KOA Dr, Nashville, IN 47448, USA
WhatRV Park
Known for
Quiet, Swimming Pool, Wi-Fi, Hookups, Onsite Laundry, Family Friendly
Nice new pool area with a splash pad and water slide. Some of the sites are near the interstate which makes for traffic noise at night but not too bad. Nice sites with lots of room. By Eileen Gross

Brown County State Park

Where
1810 State Road 46 East, Nashville, IN 47448, USA
WhatCampground
Beautiful state forest and one of our favorite camping spots. Lots of trails, beautiful campground, quaint town with lots of specialty stores. By Nicholas Cleek
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Lake Haven Retreat

Indianapolis, IN

When it comes to having a quiet and relaxing camping destination just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana, Lake Haven Retreat is the place to be. Just minutes away from highlights of the famous city, you can put up your tent or park your RV in outdoor luxury the whole family can enjoy. A 5-acre stocked lake for fishing and free Internet and cable allow you and your family to enjoy the outdoors or take advantage of modern amenities you enjoy at home. Don?t forget to rent a paddle boat during your stay so you can check out the surrounding wildlife of this beautiful campground. RV hookups allow you to set up with ease, while access to clean showers and restrooms give you the break you need while you explore the beautiful wilderness around you. You can even wash your clothing at the available laundry services. Friendly staff at the front desk will show you all the things you can do during your unforgettable stay.

Columbian Park Zoo

Lafayette, IN

A visit to the Columbian Park Zoo in Lafayette is a great way to spend the day with family and friends. The Zoo?s mission is to encourage the appreciation of the world?s wildlife, to enhance the preservation and conservation of biodiversity and to inspire educational discovery and exploration in a fun, family-oriented environment for all citizens of the Greater Lafayette Area. Their collection of animals covers the whole globe. The Columbian Park Zoo has a long history in Indiana. The park was renamed in 1892 to ?Columbian Park? after the Chicago World?s Fair. The fair celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus? discovery of America. The park officially opened in 1893. Rush Pavilion and the original boathouse were constructed in 1899. One of the popular attractions at the Zoo is the Historic Animal House. The Historic Animal House of Columbian Park Zoo was built in 1928 and has housed a variety of animals from small birds up to an elephant. Today, although the interior is no longer open to the public, it provides important housing for off-exhibit animals and breeding programs, as well as inside living quarters for primates. Patrons can see several species alongside the exterior Animal House, including spider monkeys, gibbons, and porcupines.

The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art

Lafayette, IN

The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art in Lafayette is dedicated to the art and artists of Indiana. The Mansion was originally the State of Connecticut building at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Connecticut chose architect Edward T. Hapgood to design the building. The state wanted their pavilion to represent a country gentleman's home, and the architect patterned the building after the 1820 Sigourney Mansion in Hartford. Many components were taken from the 1760 Hubbard-Slater Mansion in Norwich including the front entryway, various interior columns, and door capitals. The mansion was designed and built to be moved after the World's Fair. It was dismantled and moved to Lafayette, Indiana, immediately after the Fair by Mr. and Mrs.William Potter and became their personal residence. There are only 15 known buildings surviving from the Fair, and the Haan Mansion is most true to its original design and purpose of the 13 buildings removed from the grounds. Tours are offered Wednesday through Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm.

Cincinnati Zoo

Cincinnati, OH

One of the top zoos in the country, the Cincinnati Zoo offers educational opportunities where you can learn about conservation of endangered species, have encounters with animals, enjoy a family fun train ride, or delight in the 4-D special theater. Or check out exhibitions such as World of the Insect, Monkey Island, Cat Canyon and so much more.

Cincinnati Museum

Cincinnati, OH

Previously a passenger railroad station this multi-museum offers interesting Art Deco architecture to admire. Inside you have a choice between Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and an OMNIMAX Theater. There are 1.8 million artifacts, works of art to discover.

Carew Tower

Cincinnati, OH

Visit the 49th floor Observation Deck for panoramic views of the region, this is the second tallest building in Cincinnati. It is said that this French Art Deco design was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.

Louisville Mega Cavern

Louisville, KY

Visit the worlds? only underground zipline, a ropes challenge course, and the country?s only underground bike park. An exciting adventure awaits as you discover history and science behind this landmark. This man made cavern was built in mid 20th century. There are 17 miles of corridors located beneath the city.

Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

Louisville, KY

A museum that honors the sport of baseball. There are over 16,000 square feet of exhibits and archives to discover. There are many hands on exhibits suitable for all ages. One of the popular exhibits is where visitors can stand on a home plate and experience a 90 mph fast ball.

Churchill Downs

Louisville, KY

This is where the longest running sporting event in America began. Horse racing in Kentucky began in 1789 and 100 years later Churchill Downs was opened to the public. The Kentucky Derby takes place each year in May, and the Churchill Downs is open between April and July.

Keeneland

Lexington, KY

A landmark of Kentucky, where you can get within feet of the thorough bred horses. Keeneland is the world's largest thoroughbred auction house, sales are conducted three times during the year. You can also come to enjoy a race, and be sure to dress to impress! All the seats here are great. After the race you can eat an elegant meal, but make sure you reserve.

Mary Todd Lincoln House

Lexington, KY

This restored house has fourteen-rooms which have period furniture, portraits, and heirlooms from the Lincolns and the Todds. Mary Todd moved here with her family in 1832, and she moved out in 1839, after her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln frequently visited.

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