Indiana State Travel Guide


Indiana was admitted to the United States as the 19th U.S. state on December 11, 1816, and is known as the Hoosier State. While it is famous for its sand dunes, it is also home to flat plateaus and plains, rolling hills and deep valleys caused by rivers and glacial activity. It is home to 3 National Park Units, as well as
  27 State Parks and 15 State Forests, 6 State Memorials, 1 State Fishing Area, 1 State Nature Preserve, 11 State Wildlife Areas, 1 National Forest and 1 National Wildlife Refuge. There are approximately 1800 places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 42 National Historic Landmarks, and 30 National Natural Landmarks.


“Oh, the moonlight’s fair tonight along the Wabash, From the fields there comes the breath of new-mown hay. Through the sycamores the candle lights are gleaming, On the banks of the Wabash, far away.” Paul Dresser


Our Indiana State Travel Guide Directory below is new and in the process of being built. If you run a business or organization in Indiana, and would like to be part of this growing directory, please contact us. We will be visiting Indiana soon so check back and watch our Directory grow: Parks & Public Lands, Articles & InterviewsPark Gateway CommunitiesTravel Info & ServicesWhere to StayFood & DrinkSee & Do, and Shopping.

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