Indiana Holiday and Vacation Rentals by Owner
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Grissom Air Museum. Peru Ready for take off? Tour an amazing outdoor collection of 19 vintage military aircraft. Inside, off you'll go into the wild blue yonder while viewing aviation memorabilia, treasures and exhibits.
State Historic Site. Geneva Visit the log home of Gene Stratton-Porter, one of Indiana's most celebrated authors! She was also a well-known photographer and naturalist. While you're there, be sure and catch her interesting moth collection!
Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site. Rome City Located on the banks of Syvlan Lake, this 16-room "Cabin of the Wildflower Woods" was also home to Gene Stratton-Porter. Take in serene wooded trails and wildflower gardens.
Levi Coffin House State Historic Site. Fountain City This 1839 Federal-style brick home was a stop on the Underground Railroad for escaped slaves in the 1800s. You'll learn all about the Underground Railroad and how Levi Coffin helped over 2,000 slaves to freedom.
Mansfield Roller Mill. Mansfield - Good place to find a vacation rental by owner direct. See how they ground grain in the 1880s! This water-powered mill, which contains most of the original 1880s equipment, still grinds grain for demonstration purposes. It's also the site of special events year-round.
Ernie Pyle State Historic Site. Dana Imagine being a soldier during World War II. What was it really like? Visit the birthplace home of Ernie Pyle -- world-renowned World War II Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and you'll learn about his remarkable life and work and discover what life was like for an American G.I.
Indiana State Museum. Indianapolis It's a Hoosier potpourri of art, sports, costumes, archeology and more. Make sure you check out all four floors!
State Historical Sites. Vincennes Vincennes is Indiana's oldest city and an armchair historian's playground. Begin your expedition with a tour of George Rogers Clark National Historical Park which commemorates Clark's capture of Ft. Sackville in 1779, the largest land conquest of the Revolutionary War. Visit the first Indiana capital building. A visit to Stout Print Shop, and Old State Bank should also be on the list.
Whitewater Canal. Metamora It's an adventure in living history. Watch the grist mill grind fresh flour for sale. Take a cruise on a horse-drawn canal boat and see the nation's only working covered aqueduct!
T.C. Steele. Nashville Indiana is alive with color. See it through the work of legendary artist T.C. Steele. Pay a visit to this famous Impressionist's home and studio. View many of his masterpieces and wander the wildflower gardens.
Lanier Mansion. Madison Millionaire J.F.D. Lanier, who supported Indiana's Civil War regiments, lived in this magnificent 1844 Greek-Revival mansion. Tour several rooms of this State Historic Site then go for a stroll around the beautifully landscaped gardens.
Angel Mounds. Evansville Visit one of the best preserved Native American sites in North America, inhabited by Mississippian Indians from 1100-1450 A.D. You can explore eleven platform mounds, several nature trails and educational exhibits.
Culbertson Mansion. New Albany An architectural feast for the eyes, this 25-room Victorian mansion of businessman William S. Culbertson was built in 1867 and reflects a pristine, Victorian-era lifestyle.
Colonel William Jones State Historic Site. Gentryville This Federal-style home built in the 1800s was home to William Jones, a famous merchant, politician, Civil War colonel and longtime friend to Abraham Lincoln.
State Historic Sites of New Harmony. A perfect world? Visit the sites at New Harmony and learn all about two early communal societies who settled in Indiana. Take tours and view museum exhibits which tell the story of both Harmonist and Owenite communal utopian settlements.
Pigeon Roost. Scottsburg This 44-foot limestone monument is in memory of the 24 settlers who died during an Indian raid on Sept. 3, 1812.
Corydon Capitol State Historic Site. Corydon This beautifully restored limestone edifice, built in 1816, was once the state capital building. A tour of the building and the historic square will transport you back to the early days of Indiana statehood.
With scores of sporting events, you've just entered a state of fun (year round)! Take in a ball game or hit a few yourself. Our sporting event and golf course listing will be your guide. This year, the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway will play host to three world-class auto racing events - The Indy 500 · The Brickyard 400 · A major Formula 1 event Just cruise our complete sports listing for your favorite sport. Indiana has your ticket for virtually any sporting event.
The Indiana Dunes Wide sandy beaches, rolling dunes and communities flourishing with art galleries, cafes and delicious dining-where is this intriguing place? Closer than you think, it's Northern Indiana. Read full story.
Explore Northern Indiana Amish Country Discover the simplicity of the Amish spirit.
Around & About Culver A unique place: part small town, part lakeside vacation destination.
Around & About Pokagon State Park A great park to explore, get active and have fun in any season.
Around & About Winona Lake Come enjoy history and art in a vintage small town setting.
Gilded to Quilted: Northern Indiana's Icons - Vacation rental delight From Golden Dome country-the University of Notre Dame and South Bend-to the peaceful Amish countryside of Elkhart and LaGrange Counties, where handcrafting furniture and quilts are time-honored traditions.
Spiritual Treasures, Lakeside Pleasures From Winona Lake, a revitalized lakeside hamlet and onetime home of evangelist Billy Sunday, to the lake-dotted countryside, and the heart of Amish country, Shipshewana and its Menno-Hof Mennonite Visitors Center.
Explore the Outdoors-Paddle, Browse, Mill Around Vacation From the shores of Lake James, Indiana's largest lake and the adjoining Pokagon State Park, to the famous 1,000-vendor open-air Shipshewana Flea Market and the historic Bonneyville Mill and Park (still grinds corn) in Bristol.
Natural Wonders-Grand Sands, Garden Splendor From the silvery dune-swept shores of Indiana's north coast along Lake Michigan to Mishawaka's Shiojiri Niwa Japanese Gardens, a manicured pocket of tranquility amid the city.
Lakefronts and Storefronts Warm friendly hospitality, restaurants serving ample portions of good home-style fare, and plenty of unique specialty shops for browsing.
Glad You're here! Quaint Hometowns, grassy parks with benches in the shade, easy-going main streets lined with shops, and townsfolk who welcome passersby with smiles and friendly "hellos."
Shopping Hot Spots
Tiny Shipshewana carries a big reputation as a hot spot for shopping-weekly auctions all year round, more than 75 merchants and the Midwest's largest flea market. There's much more shopping-Fremont's Prime Outlets, Michigan City's Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets and towns like Nappanee, LaPorte and Chesterton are packed with art and crafts galleries, and antiques and specialty shops.
Snow skiing in Indiana? You bet! Perfect North Slopes in Lawrenceburg makes fresh powder throughout the season and is a great way to enjoy the beauty of winter. Not confident there's enough snow on the ground? Check out Snow Cams for proof.
New Harmony is a place like no other. Vacations will be enlightened, refreshed, educated and entertained while you enjoy antique and specialty shops, historic sites, wildlife areas, summer theatre, gardens, contemporary art and architecture, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and an acclaimed inn.