Indiana July 25, 2019
7 Underrated Places In Indiana That Even Natives Have Never Heard Of
If you’re tired of visiting the same old attractions in Indiana, try these seven underrated places instead. Ideal for good weather, these outdoor activities will get you moving and enjoying the state.
Even locals don’t know about all of these interesting spots. Check ’em out:
1. Mounds State Park
Consisting of 10 earthworks and several trails, this park contains the remains of an ancient village that is believed to have belonged to the Adena-Hopewell people around 160 B.C. Enjoy several miles of trails that let you see many different types of wildlife and foliage.
for more details about this place.
Address: 4306 Mounds Road, Anderson, IN, 46017
2. Warsaw Biblical Gardens
Opening in 1991, this unique place contains about 100 different species of plants that are mentioned in the Holy Bible. It is basically Indiana's own Garden of Eden. Get more details about it from previous coverage
Address: 347 North Buffalo Street, Warsaw, IN, 46580
3. The Hervey Preserve & Labyrinth
This 35-acre nature sanctuary hides a little-known landscaped labyrinth that is modeled after one that exists in France. It is a lovely place to meditate and enjoy the Great Outdoors. For more details,
Address: 1500 Michigan Avenue, Logansport, IN, 46947
4. Shiojiri Niwa
When it comes to underrated places in Indiana, none are more tranquil than this Japanese garden. It features a tea garden, giant zen garden, dry waterfall, and a plethora of bridges. Learn more about it
Address: 1000 East Mishawaka Avenue, Mishawaka, IN, 46544
5. Prophetstown State Park
Established in 2004, this state park contains ancient Native American artifacts as well a plethora of trails. Guests also enjoy a reconstructed village and sacred memorial to a nation of tribes that once came together. Learn more about it all
Address: 5545 Swisher Road, West Lafayette, IN, 47906
6. The Mid American Windmill Museum
In operation since 1992, this one-of-a-kind spot has 52 windmills on display. It carries the underrated history of Indiana, which you can learn more about
Address: 732 South Allen Chapel Road, Kendallville, IN, 46755
7. Culver Beach
Situated on one of the largest lakes in the state, this little known beach is one of the best underrated places to be in the summer. Surrounded by shops and restaurants, this lovely area has much to offer. Get more details about it
Address: 819 East Lake Shore Drive, Culver, IN, 46511
What other underrated places do you think deserve more attention? Share your thoughts with us below in the comments.