Seasonal January 30, 2019
The Ultimate Indiana Winter Weekend Guide You Didn’t Know You Needed
There’s no excuse to stay indoors with so many fun things to do in Indiana this season. This winter weekend guide will help you find them all.
From sledding hills to ice rinks, this list will help make your winter complete. Check it out:
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes
If you're spending a winter weekend in central Indiana, there's an epic sledding park you won't want to miss. Slide down a 40-foot hill on an inner tube over and over and over again.
to learn more about this snowy adventure.
2. Wolf Creek Habitat
This once-in-a-lifetime experience is available anytime of year. Play and pose with actual wolf packs at this exceptional attraction. It is only open on weekends and features both adult wolves and puppies, depending on the time of year. Learn more about this stupendous place
3. Central Park Plaza
Throughout the entire winter, this pavilion becomes a wonderful ice rink. Some nights, it also features colored lights and music to skate to. Learn more about why this attraction is on our winter weekend guide from previous coverage
4. Pokagon State Park
One of the best state parks in the state is home to a tobaggan run with a 90-foot drop. You may reach speeds of up to 40 miles on this slick slide that transports you through a world of winter wonder.
to learn more about how you can spend a whole weekend here.
5. Avon Ice Rink
Editor's Note: Avon Ice Rink is permanently closed.
This iceless rink is one of the most unique in the country, and it features a fabulous event you won't find many other places. Enjoy ice bumper cars that let you slide across the ice and collide with others. There are also open skate times, and you can learn more about it all
6. Paoli Peaks
This is an excellent place for snowboarding, skiing, and snow tubing. You'll be able to spend an entire weekend here in the lodge and enjoy ski zones, 10 tube lanes, and simple slopes. You'll never want winter to end when you visit this place.
to learn more.
7. French Lick Scenic Railway
Editor's Note: Frenc Lick Scenic Railway is temporarily closed.
Enjoy a scenic ride that covers 20 miles of the Hoosier National Forest aboard this amazing train. Special holiday events and themed trips take place throughout the year, and winter is no exception. Get more details about how to make a weekend out of it
For more like this, check out these
11 top-rated winter attractions in Indiana.
What else would you add to this winter weekend guide? Share your ideas with us below in the comments.