Are you tired of being cooped up all winter? Well, spring has sprung and it is time to get back outside and explore the Hoosier State. How about a spring day trip to a friendly small town in Indiana named Greencastle? Just look for the covered bridges. Hiking trails, a museum with a children’s area, a restaurant where you can watch airplanes take off, a local speedway, and a darling craft store are some of the attractions you will find here.

Greencastle is a friendly small town in Indiana perfect for a spring day trip.  It is a great time to load the car and go on a local adventure. For details about the trails at DePauw Nature Park and Fern Cliff Nature Preserve, AllTrails is the place to go. Get the race schedule from the Lincoln Park Speedway Facebook page. For hours and locations, visit the Putnam County Museum website, the Conspire: Contemporary Craft Facebook page, the Final Approach Restaurant website, and the Hogg Wild BBQ Food Truck Facebook page.

Read our other articles about Greencastle: more on the silo mural project, the Periodic Table Museum, and an Airbnb.




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