Desperate to get out of the house for a few days but still cautious about avoiding crowds? Good news! You can accomplish both in several exciting ways. Cabins, lodges and inns all over the state are ready to welcome you with secluded accommodations and suggestions for fun activities in the great outdoors.
Hoosiers are finding unique ways to let the spirit move them, literally. They’re sharing their faith in unconventional places, many times off the beaten paths. Many of the faithful have been brought together over their specialized interests and hobbies. All agree the resulting worship experiences are gratifying and refreshingly outside the norm. Many worship times are actually held in the great outdoors, to enjoy nature.
The Trail connects six counties in east central Indiana —Delaware, Hamilton, Howard, Jay, Kosciusko, and Madison--in which the tradition and history of glass arts can be experienced first-hand. Studios, galleries, factory tours, and museums, as well as glass-focused festivals and workshops are located throughout the communities along the Trail.
Kosciusko County is home to more than 100 lakes, so it’s no wonder people travel to the area to enjoy their favorite outdoor activities, especially on the water. But one of our favorite pasttimes—dining—can be enjoyed the same way: outside and on the water.