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Tourism Spotlight: Spring Break | March 2021

Spring Break is Closer Than You Think

If there was ever a year for a Spring Break staycation, this is the year! Hamilton County attractions, hotels and restaurants are following the Hoosier Hospitality Promise health and safety guidelines, so staying close to home is not only safe, it’s affordable, too. It’s also a great way to support local, independent businesses.

There are plenty of things to do with your family during spring break right here in Hamilton County. Get out of the house and take your kids on family-friendly adventures at local parks and attractions to beat the winter blues.

IKEA and Topgolf

Fun fact: Fishers is home to Indiana’s only IKEA and Topgolf. Even if you’re not redesigning your home, IKEA is a fun place to explore. You could even create your own scavenger hunt or “I Spy” challenge to keep the kids entertained. Don’t forget the iconic Swedish meatballs in the cafeteria! After all that shopping, head across the street to Topgolf, a premier entertainment venue where you can challenge each other to addictive point-scoring golf games – no experience necessary.

Conner Prairie 

Spring BreakSpring is when the outdoor grounds at Conner Prairie in Fishers come alive. Your first stop should be the Animal Encounters barn to visit with the baby goats and sheep. Take a ride high in the sky on the 1859 Balloon Voyage, as weather permits. On a clear day, you can even see the downtown Indianapolis skyline. Then, make your way to Treetop Outpost to explore a three-story treehouse, connect with nature and see stunning views of the White River.

Strawtown Koteewi Park

Did you know this is Hamilton County’s largest park at more than 900 acres? There’s more to explore beyond the eight miles of trails. Book a guided horseback trail ride or pony ride with K-Trails Equestrian Adventures. Or, try your hand at using a bow and arrow at Koteewi Range: Sport and Target Archery Center. If you want a thrilling adventure, visit Edge Adventures Koteewi: Aerial Adventure Park to conquer treetop trails, ziplines and your fear of heights.

Parks and Trails

Hamilton County has 600+ miles of trails and dozens of great parks. Get your bikes out of the garage and pedal along the Monon Trail, connecting through Sheridan, Westfield, Carmel and south to Indianapolis. Must-see parks in the area for families include local favorites like Central Park in Carmel, Flat Fork Creek Park in Fishers, Forest Park in Noblesville and Cool Creek Park and Nature Center in Westfield.

Indoor Attractions

Spring BreakSpring weather in Indiana can be unpredictable. If the forecast calls for a rainy day, take your adventure inside and visit the indoor waterpark at the Monon Community Center, The Escape Room, K1 Speed, Laser Flash or Pinheads for all-day entertainment.

Make it a true staycation and take advantage of hotel deals to get a change of scenery beyond your house – and maybe some pool time for the kids. Check out VisitHamiltonCounty.com/Deals

For more information, check out VisitHamiltonCounty.com/Spring-Break and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Tag us in your spring break staycation adventures using #VisitHC.

1 Comment

Hank Simons
March 5, 2021 at 8:09 am

I would like to see where us old folks in their 70s – 80s can enjoy

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