Indiana is a state which brings to mind different things to different people. For some it conjures images of Midwestern fields and heartland America. For racing enthusiasts the Indianapolis 500 is perhaps the greatest motorsports event of the year taking place annually on the Memorial Day weekend. For cavers and spelunkers southern Indiana is known for its rich limestone caverns which have provided the stone used in such famous buildings as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Centre, the Pentagon and the US Treasury. And for sports fans Indiana is known for its superb sporting teams including the 2007 Super Bowl Champions Indianapolis Colts (NFL football), the always competitive Indiana Pacers (NBA basketball) and the NCAA rivals the Indiana Hoosiers and Purdue Boilermakers (college basketball).
You can do everything in Indiana. You can definitely taste its beautiful attractions through Indiana motorhomes. There is no better way than this relaxing way of exploring this wonderful state. With some nice parks and campgrounds located across the country, you can find comfortable accommodation close to all attractions in Indiana.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway -If you’re a fan of racing, the best place to put your trailer on the same circuit is the Indiana Motor Speedway. During the weekend of Memorial Day, the next attraction to the field is a racetrack with fans across the country and around the world gather to cook, celebrate and track racing events of the year. RV facilities and camping are designed to accommodate all types of Indianapolis having 500 fans with a domain that is ideal for family fun and one for those seeking the best in the Midwest! During the weekend of Memorial Day Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway camping is obviously completely filled with race fans so be sure to reserve your spot in advance.
Spring Mill State Park-Situated near the city of Bloomington, Indiana, South Central, this site has beautiful country park and camping facilities and is a home to some of the most famous Indiana limestone caves and sinkholes. A must for any trip to Indiana is 20 minutes by boat through some four miles majestic Twin Caves. For history lovers, there is also a free Pioneer Village, a water mill and historic sites from 17 and 18 century, including the flour mill and a heritage center, where artisans demonstrate their trade. For nature lovers, pathways apart from the beauty of forests and hiking are also a House of Nature, which contains information on flora and fauna. Other activities include mountain bike rentals, fishing, playgrounds and two great children.
Lake Rudolph Campground-This RV park made a name from 2008-09, this luxurious RV site is ideal for families with children, as it is sat near the Holiday World amusement park Splahin Safari. This amusement park in the Christmas theme has a variety of attractions, including roller coasters, exciting time as the wood “Travel” and water slides and tube rides and intense relaxation Bahari River Cruise. Also, be sure to try scuba diving and wildebeest new pilgrims opened in 2009 and two large swimming pools with waves!
RV Park And Cabins Shipshewana Amish-You may want to take a trip to Nappanee, Northern Indiana if you want something a little charming vacation. With many historical attractions nearby, including the Amish and Mennonite communities, a simple life without electricity and other modern amenities, it’s a great place to visit for a few days. Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort offers guided tours of the farm land, horses and carriages surrounding Amish and authentic arts and crafts for sale. Near Shipshewana is home to the business of America Plaza with other 100 stores, it is the largest flea market in the Midwest and is open 6 days a week all year. In addition, it hosts a large proportion of manufacturing costs RV located in the U.S., so it’s a good place to improve your current car. Unlike the Amish villages landscaped RV all the 21 century and comfort facilities you could want, including free wireless internet.