9 Unbelievable Places To Go In Indiana This Summer Without Breaking The Bank
Summer is the season for fun and adventure, but you might not be enjoying the season as much as you had hoped if you’re on a tight budget. Sure, many parks and trails are free to visit, but you might be looking for something to really take your summer to the next level. Luckily, there are awesome affordable summer fun options in Indiana. How affordable? These 9 amazing places offer summer fun for free!
1. Portage Lakefront & Riverwalk - Portage
The Portage Lakefront & Riverwalk is a great alternative to other parks in Indiana which charge a fee for admission. This amazing park consists of Riverwalk trails, the Indiana Dunes, a beachfront along Lake Michigan, and much more. Stack up awesome pictures and memories this summer at this free Indiana site.
2. Boonville Spray Park - Boonville
Do you have kids to entertain this summer, but don't want to spend your entire savings on trips to water parks? The Boonville Spray Park is a completely free park for children under 10 years old that offers a ton of safe, summer fun activities. Your kids will love you for this trip!
3. Family Nights @ The Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Indianapolis
For great fun downtown, take advantage of family nights at this highly rated museum, when admissions prices are completely free. To find out more about family nights or to check out current exhibits, visit the museum's website
4. Rock the Plaza - Fort Wayne
If music and outdoor entertainment is what you seek, you have to check out the free Rock the Plaza concerts every Saturday at the Allen County Public Library Plaza this summer. A full list of bands and dates can be found
5. Carpenter Creek Cellars - Remington
Who doesn't love free wine? If you're looking to get away for a couple of hours with friends, a trip to Carpenter Creek Cellars may be in order. They offer free wine tastings and can even provide you with a free tour (depending on how busy they are).
6. Eskenazi Museum of Art @ Indiana University - Bloomington
If you love art or history, a trip to this amazing and free museum on the IU campus should definitely be put onto your to-do list. With amazing exhibits and events throughout this stunning museum, you're likely to come back several times to take in everything.
7. The Chocolate Trail - Richmond
For a tasty and unexpected time, visit the Chocolate Trail in Richmond to collect free samples of some of the state's best chocolate. You'll have to go to the Richmond Welcome Center to pick up your free Chocolate Trail passport, then visit the 9 participating locations to claim your prize. Learn more
8. Shakespeare in the Park @ Seminary Park - Noblesville
If you're a fan of theater or any outdoor performances, you'll love watching these free Shakespeare in the Park performances in Noblesville. Check out their complete schedule
for more details.
9. Tour Famous Architecture - Columbus
Columbus is home to some of the state's most stunning buildings and finest examples of architecture. Take a self-guided tour to view all of their
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