Are you looking for a break in your everyday routine? Itching to get away and enjoy the summer? Well, you don’t have to travel outside of Indiana to visit some exciting places. Here are the top ten “summer gotta-dos” according to the voters at
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Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo
Meet lions, giraffes, orangutans and 1,500 amazing animals at one of the nation’s Top 10 zoos for kids. It’s an adventure for the whole family!
Fort Wayne TinCaps at Parkview Field
Parkview Field has received rave reviews from locals and national awards recognizing its unique and versatile design. The TinCaps play 70 home games.
Check out Indiana Dunes Country for magnificent beaches that stretch for miles, towering sand dunes with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and wooded trails dotted with rare birds, scampering deer and unique plants.
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari
Experience the Voyage, voted the World’s #1 wooden coaster and the Mammoth, the World’s Longest Water Coaster.
Clifty Falls State Park
Seasonal waterfalls and view of downtown Madison. Offers swimming, hiking and staffed nature center with camping and lodging within the park.
Quilt Garden Tour
A colorful patchwork of quilt inspired gardens and quilt-themed murals linked by the roads that form the Heritage Trail.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Touch a real dinosaur bone in Dinosphere, ride the Carousel in Carousel Wishes & Dreams, create your own boat in ScienceWorks, and explore 5 floors of fun at the world’s largest children’s museum.
Black Pine Animal Sanctuary
Black Pine Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, volunteer organization that offers members of the public a variety of opportunities to visit and see more than 45 species of exotic animals enjoying refuge for the rest of their lives after being surrendered, abandoned, or confiscated.
Shipshewana Flea Market
Midwest’s largest outdoor flea market open May - October. Weekly antique and livestock auction. The atmosphere surrounding the Flea Market is one of a kind and offers visitors home-style Amish cooking.
Turkey Run State Park
Nature Center with nature programs, saddle barns with escorted rides, campsites and shelters available for rent.
Don’t worry about stopping at a branch on your way out of town. Solidarity’s participation in the Co-Op Shared Branch network means convenience when, where and how you want it. Plus, we offer more than a dozen public ATMs that you can visit before you head out of town. Learn more about our shared branches.