Expert Travel Advice to Indiana
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Top Answers To Indiana Travel Questions
Deep River Water Park is located 2 1/2 hours away from Indianapolis in Crown Point. Regular admission is $21.95 and for people under 46", the cost is $12.95. Merillville is the closest town with the most hotels for you to choose from: La Quinta rooms start at $58, and the Best Western Inn and Suites has rooms starting at $95. Indiana Beach Amusement Resort is located in Monticello. Your family of four might cost you around $120 for a day's admission. The Beach House Inn is nearby. Rooms begin at $95 and Wi-Fi is available in the lobby. Both parks have an abundance of water slides and pools. Concession stands and lockers are available as well. Have a wonderful day at the water park!
Answer this3 AnswersPerhaps you're thinking of the Wizard of Oz Festival, which is being held September 18-20 this year (http://ozfestivalchesterton.com).
misshall answered:Perhaps you were thinking about the beach at Morse Park, which is in Noblesville, just northeast of Indianapolis? The park has a small beach with supervised swimming in Morse Reservoir during the summer. You could also try Mississinewa Lake, which has a beach and swimming. Mississinewa is about 80 miles north of Indianapolis. Of course, there's always the lake beaches of Lake Michigan in and around Gary, Indiana.
definately go to turkey run or shades park. if you like camping and canoeing you will love it there on sugar creek you can rent canoes, or tubes or canoes then trade them for tubes its so much fun and theres just tons of stuff to do there