Festivals in Indiana
No matter the cost of gas, Americans still want to travel. We want to spend fun time with family, or get away from the stresses of everyday life, or see something new, or all of the above. Gas prices may force travelers to redefine the word “vacation”. Instead of one, long vacation to a far-away place, you might consider several short trips to near-by points of interest.
What do blueberries, marshmallows, catfish, pickles, covered bridges, steel guitars, old boy’s toys, and bluegrass have in common? They’re all celebrated with festivals in Indiana and summer is the perfect time to visit local festivals and fairs. What a great way to enjoy food, fun, and family!
Where to start? Indiana tourism is a valuable resource for festival and fair information. Go to www.visitindiana.net or www.indianafestivals.org to see what’s happening or to request an Indiana Festival Guide. Or, if you have a destination in mind, go to the county visitor’s bureau’s website or the local Chamber of Commerce to see what’s happening in the area.
While you’re “On the Road Again”, consider staying in a bed and breakfast. Each B&B is unique; so are the innkeepers…none are alike. Visit www.indianabandb.com and take a look at the variety of Inns from which to choose. Go to “Find a B&B”, check the amenities you want, the area you want to visit, activities you like; a list of inns that match your wishes will be generated for you.
Go for a festival, stay for more. Because innkeepers are members of the community, they can help you find many fun things to do, awesome places to visit, and great places to eat. In addition to comfortable rooms and scrumptious breakfasts, innkeepers provide great concierge service!
Enjoy all that a bed and breakfast has to offer when you get away to one of Indiana’s amazing festivals!
Make plans to getaway to some of Indiana’s amazing festivals and while you’re away from home, enjoy the many things a bed and breakfast has to offer. Check in, check us out and you’ll see why bed and breakfasts are “The Better Way to Stay”.