Your Three Day Adventure Awaits in Pulaski County
Find that perfect campsite or rent a primitive cabin at Tippecanoe River State Park.
After you set up camp, you’ll want to take in the view from the fire tower, hike a trail or two, fish or relax at the campsite.
Or if camping isn’t quite your thing, check into the Tortuga Inn Bed and Breakfast which is still located on the riverbank.
Be sure to visit Sanders Foods in Winamac where you can get all your supplies for your relaxing getaway. Plus they have a great craft beer selection that won’t disappoint.
Ease into the evening with a movie on the big screen at the historic Isis Theatre in Winamac.
Hit the trails for your morning cardio, make a campfire breakfast, then head out for adventure!
For lunch, it’s downtown Winamac. The face-sized breaded tenderloin and selection of 100-plus beers at One-Eyed Jack’s are fan favorites, while Cruizers offers all of the classic diner staples.
Next, off to Kersting’s Cycle Center & Museum in north-central Pulaski County to check out nearly 100 antique and otherwise historical motorcycles from nine decades and eight countries. You won’t be far from the Peaceable Primate Sanctuary (but call in advance if you want to visit our resident baboons)!
Swing by Tippy’s for pizza and a cold draught, or check out Indiana’s oldest family- owned tavern, Bill & Babe’s (21 and over only), known for its greasy cheeseburgers and amazing fried fish.
Start your day with a bike ride or brisk stroll down the Panhandle Pathway, a 23-mile paved walking and biking trail. The Pathway follows the old railbed of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Just south of Winamac, the Warriors Café and the Oak Grove Restaurant both offer ample portions of classic breakfast fare.
Canoe, kayak, or float on the Tippecanoe River. It’s named one of the top 5 most biologically important rivers in North America, based on the cleanliness of its water.
Let the kiddos run off that last bit of energy at the Winamac Town Park. It’s surrounded on 3 sides by the river and has an awesome playground that features a “swinging bridge” called the Memorial Suspension Bridge.
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