Indiana Resorts

Home to rolling hills, sweeping lakes, beautifully chiseled bluffs, lush wetlands and thick forests, Indiana is an ideal state for extended vacations. Blessed with incredibly diverse and accommodating topography, many Indiana resorts are well incorporated into lovely natural surroundings creating an offering of getaways that rival many other states. Whether you’re seeking an Indiana beach resort, a place on the lake or something even more out of the way, there are many great options to choose from.

Indiana lake resorts such as French Lick Resort in southern Indiana offer a variety of choices for visitors seeking a fun and exciting vacation. The distinct resort is situated on more than 3,000 acres of natural beauty and rich history. French Lick Resort offers two incredible luxury hotels, a more than 50,000-square-foot gaming facility in complete Vegas-style, three affluent golf courses including a Pete Dye designed course, a sumptuous spa and salon, nine dining facilities featuring exemplary international cuisine and live entertainment. Of all the Indiana lake resorts in the state, French Lick is the most diversified and caters to all ages when it comes to things to do. It’s also considered one of the most celebrated Indiana golf resorts and features many challenges throughout three courses for avid golfers. French Lick is one of the most catering of all resorts in Indiana, offers guests extras like transportation to nearby Paoli Peaks where some of the finest Indiana skiing is available.

With Indiana casinos gaining so much popularity over the years it comes as no surprise that many Indiana resorts, like Belterra Casino Resort and Spa, offer premier, Vegas-style riverboat gaming facilities. Southeast of Terre Haute and Bloomington, Belterra features gaming as only one of the many facilities and amenities appealing to visitors from around the world. More than seven dinging establishments offer a sweeping variety of cuisine, from casual to fine dining. The elaborate and lavish onsite spa offers a wide range of beauty treatments, professional massage and much more. Though Belterra lacks a nearby body of water featured at popular Indiana lake resorts, the massive pool offers more than enough room for swimming and water sports. Retail therapy is also only steps away at the resorts celebrated promenade.

The Indiana Beach Amusement Park is an Indiana beach resort that really packs a punch! Amusement is the name of the game with a host of roller coasters, an amazing waterpark, a sandy beach, and plenty of different accommodation types to choose from. Visitors can choose from well-equipped cottages, inns, motels, hotels, or camping for the perfect place to stay while enjoying all the resort has to offer. The amusement park is one of few Indiana resorts offering so many things to do in one location. If you’re lucky, you’ll enjoy your Indiana vacations during one of the many special events held by the park such as Fourth of July fireworks and coaster weekends.

A visit to a wonderful Indiana beach resort, golf resort, or spa resort offers a time-tested way to explore more of the state, enjoy a host of world-class amenities and leave the stress of work at home. Indiana’s more adventurous resorts, like the many fantastic Indiana lake resorts, offer fabulous outdoor activities from the Ohio River all the way down to the scenic Great Lakes. From canoeing and kayaking to hiking and fishing, there are activities for everyone to enjoy. Highlights like renowned Wolf Park, the only park where bison and wolves interact, Indiana caves and caverns, stunning backdrops in every region, historic fossil beds, and much more draw millions of tourists to Indiana resorts each year for adventure, relaxation, and memories that last and last well after your holidays are over.

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