Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Indiana.
Indiana is a state located in the mid-west United States with the capital city being Indianapolis.
Indiana offers much to do for visitors. Those with a love of history will enjoy the various museums in the state, including the Model T Ford museum with a small collection of cars, campers and a fire truck from the 1930s. The Indiana Railway Museum is an interesting way to see what it was like during the early days of railway travel, the Museum allows you to climb aboard historical carriages and take a ride through the Hoosier National Forest. The Museum also holds an interesting and enjoyable event throughout the year in which a gang of outlaws will attempt to board the train while the local marshal and his men attempt to arrest the bandits and provide the train with an escort to the village of Cuzco.
Those who enjoy a more traditional city break will enjoy a holiday in Indiana. Visitors will enjoy fine dining and an energetic and fun loving atmosphere. Bloomington offers wine lovers with the chance to sample the produce of Indiana’s oldest winery, offering samples of 20 different wines. In May, Bloomington also hosts an early music festival with a range of artists from the local area and the state who come to perform at this great celebration of music.
At the present time we are sorry but we do not have any holiday rentals available in Indiana.
Things to do
Washington Park Zoo
Washington Park Zoo is located in Michigan City, on the southeastern corner of Lake Michigan. The zoo exhibits a wide variety of animals including; Tigers, Bears, Snakes, Monkeys, Zebra, Bald Eagles and other birds. There are over 200 animals in total from 90 species to see and enjoy.
Potawatomi Wildlife Park
The Potawatomi Wildlife Park is the perfect place to visit for those who want to explore nature. Wildlife observation is possibly the main attraction of the park, which includes some endangered species. Other activities in the park include; Bird Watching, Fishing, Hiking, Canoeing and Star Gazing.
Deep River Waterpark
The Deep River Waterpark is a large waterpark located in Merrillville in the northwest corner of Indiana. The park offers many water slides to choose from including the “Double Duelling CannonBowl” in which one or two people can ride an inflatable raft down a slide and into an open top bowl before being flushed out again. There is also a wavepool and the “Dragon Speed Slides” where brave visitors can be dropped down a steep slide reaching speeds of up to 35mph.
The ‘Giant’ Earth Home
Lovers of the earth might be interesting in taking a tour of the ‘Giant’ earth home, designed by Vic Cook, the building is designed to be environmentally friendly and is powered almost entirely by the sun.
Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
Indiana has a long history with basketball, which is a very popular sport in the state, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame is an example of this states love for all things Basketball. The Museum as a range of exhibits including the Hall of Fame itself, paying tribute to the games greatest figures throughout its history and also explains Indiana’s love of Basketball in particular.
Whitewater Valley Railroad
The Whitewater Valley Railroad is a fully operational railway museum; visitors can step back in time and take a ride aboard old diesel trains, through a scenic railway that was used in the 1800s. Educational tours can be given, offering an insight into the running of steam and diesel trains and a chance to switch signals and couple cars as well as operate a full size locomotive.
Children will enjoy a visit to ‘Mega Play’ an arcade filled with games to suit all ages, young children can enjoy the playland, with a range of activities especially for them. There is also a mini gold course and a chance for children to battle it out in the Gladiator Jousting area, where children can battle just like the gladiators on the TV show.
The Indianapolis International Airport is a new airport opened in 2008 and handles all air traffic for the Indianapolis area. Indiana also operates a number of regional airports and international airports for the U.S Airforce.
The capital, Indianapolis is the largest city in Indiana and one of the largest cities in the United States. Most other cities in Indiana are relatively small, only three have populations of over 100,000; Fort Wayne, Evansville and Southbend.
Although Indiana is a large state, there is little variation in temperatures between the regions with winter temperatures reaching a maximum low of about –10C in the north and about –6 in the south. In summer, temperatures range from highs of about 30 – 32C North to South. The state has little or no extreme weather conditions encountered in many states.
Indiana is a Midwestern state located south of the great lakes and sharing boarders with the states of Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio.