Indiana may not be as popular as Florida, California, and New York as far as being a tourist destination, but that definitely doesn’t mean it’s not worth visiting. In fact, if you want in on some fun and exciting events, you cannot miss out on the Hoosier State! Indiana hosts numerous events every month, and there are lots of options and Indiana resorts for you to choose from.
Fun Events for the Whole Family
If you love music, for example, you can catch the live music acts at The Pier Bar in Oakwood Resort. The West Central Quartet and musician Mark Gaut delighted audiences on August 5 and 6, respectively, but you can still catch up since there will be other performances. Soul singer Ty Causey, two-man band the Jon Durnell Duo, and acoustic musicians the Ole Sin Twins will be performing at The Pier Bar on August 19, 26, and 27, respectively.
If you love sports and exercise, you might’ve been interested in the Wawasee Kiwanis 2016 Triathlon/Duathlon, which took place in the Syracuse Lakeside Park on August 13. Hopefully you had the chance to watch from the sidelines and cheer on the athletes who performed at their best. If you have kids, you can sign them up for the Kid Olympics, which will be held at the Harold Schrock Athletic Complex on August 27.
October will also bring a whole new set of events that you, your family, and your friends will surely love. There’s the Kendallville Apple Festival on October 1st and the Fall Harvest Festival, which will take place on October 8th. The Fall Harvest Festival will feature a petting zoo, pony rides, hay rides, pig races, face painting booths, and pumpkin decorating activities for the kids. There will also be live music and great food. You can also take part in The Haunted Thrill at Crosson Mill, a haunted park so scary that kids below 12 years old are not advised to attend! It will be open on Veteran’s Memorial Park from October 28 to 31.
Where Should You Stay While in Indiana?
Taking part in these events is easy if you live in Indiana. But what if you’re just visiting the area? Well, there’s no need to worry since you can stay at Oakwood Resort! It’s one of the best Indiana resorts available and, since it’s centrally located and near major transport routes, you can easily reach most parts of the state from it and attend almost all of the events you want to go to.
One of the best things about Oakwood Resort is that it’s one of the best company retreat locations near Indianapolis. So, if you own a business and would like to organize a retreat, choose Oakwood as they are one of the best Indiana resorts. Oakwood resort has the amenities you need to relax, unwind, and get rid of stress. There is also enough space for your group to take part in team-building activities. Oakwood Resort is also a great choice if you and your employees are joining the Wawasee Kiwanis 2016 Triathlon. If you’re treating your staff to a night at The Haunted Thrill at Crosson Mill, stay with Oakwood Resort
So what are you waiting for? Plan your trip to Indiana now and enjoy all the amenities that Oakwood Resort has to offer.
Oakwood Resort is happy to accomodate residents of the following counties: Albion 46701, Angola 46703, Auburn 46706, Avilla 46710, Bourbon 46504, Bristol 46507, Burket 46508, Churubusco 46723, Claypool 46510, Collins 46725, Columbia City 46725, Cromwell 46732, Culver 46511, Dunlap 46517, Elkhart 46514, 46516, Etna 46725, Etna Green 46524, Goshen 46526, Howe 46746, Huntertown 46748, Huntington 46750, Kendallville 46755, 46517, Lagrange 46761, Laotto 46763, Larwill 46764, Leesburg 46538, Ligonier 46767, Marion 46952,46953, Mentone 46539, Merriam 46701, Middlebury 46540, Milford 46542, Millersburg 46543, 46528, Nappanee 46550, New Paris 46553, North Manchester 46962, North Webster 46555, Ormas 46725, Osceola 46561, Pierceton 46562, Plymouth 46563, Rome City 46784, Shipshewana 46565, South Milford 46786, Topeka 46571, Tri-Lakes 46725, Wabash 46992, Warsaw 46580, 46582, Wolcottville 46795, Wolf Lake 46796