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Old 10-02-2010, 11:23 PM  
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Vincennes, Indiana
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Lots of state parks, offroad parks like badlands and redbird, plenty of scenic locations.
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:15 PM  
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Washington, So.West Indiana
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Depends on what you want to do.

If you like Dunes, we have Indiana Dunes up north, dunes, amusment park, beaches (no sharks or jelly fish!),

If you like outdoor sports, rafting, boating, ect. we have a ton of that around here, from mild white water to lazy river trips, lots of lakes, great fishing, ect.

If you like hunting, we pull record white tail bucks out of here every year,
If you like bird hunting, there are THOUSANDS of acres dedicated to that in several places around the state,

If you like water fowl, down where I live (So.West, near I-64) there are TONS of places to hunt ducks, geese, ect.

If you like off roading, the So.West has 3 or 4 pretty nice parks and some places that aren't on the map where you can break things to your hearts content,

Camping is good, but mosquitos weigh 40lbs and have twin engines!

We have about everything but bears...
It's a firearms friendly state, and shooting sports are embraced with a passion!

What more could you ask for except for fresh sea food?
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:22 PM  
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Depends on what you want to do.

If you like Dunes, we have Indiana Dunes up north, dunes, amusment park, beaches (no sharks or jelly fish!),

If you like outdoor sports, rafting, boating, ect. we have a ton of that around here, from mild white water to lazy river trips, lots of lakes, great fishing, ect.

If you like hunting, we pull record white tail bucks out of here every year,
If you like bird hunting, there are THOUSANDS of acres dedicated to that in several places around the state,

If you like water fowl, down where I live (So.West, near I-64) there are TONS of places to hunt ducks, geese, ect.

If you like off roading, the So.West has 3 or 4 pretty nice parks and some places that aren't on the map where you can break things to your hearts content,

Camping is good, but mosquitos weigh 40lbs and have twin engines!

We have about everything but bears...
It's a firearms friendly state, and shooting sports are embraced with a passion!

What more could you ask for except for fresh sea food?
Hammer, don't forget the wineries, for the wine drinkers, the Indy 500, and The Colts.

bill
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:44 PM  
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Ligonier, IN
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After living here 50 years I can't think of anything to tell you the truth. I'd recommend spending twice as much time somewhere else fun and skip Indiana

Fishing used to be pretty good, but most would agree that the lakes are fished out from what they were 20-30 years ago.

Hunting is good, but you better own some land or wear a flack vest if you hunt state land.

4 wheeling is what you do everyday on the back roads in the winter, if you don't have 4wd you don't go..
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Old 10-04-2010, 09:15 PM  
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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Badlands for offloading.
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Old 10-05-2010, 08:44 PM  
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Lafayette, Indiana
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I would come here for the disc golf, deer hunting, offroading parks, state parks, and Hoosier Hospitality.
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Old 10-07-2010, 08:15 AM  
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Washington, So.West Indiana
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And they make great beverages from corn!
Does any of it look like this?



Just to clarify, that's CLEANING SOLVENT AND CAMP STOVE FUEL...

Don't want to give anyone the wrong impression!

On a clear night, there are still places you can hear people playing banjos!
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Old 10-07-2010, 08:43 AM  
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La Porte, Indiana
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Dunes in the north--one of the few (if not ONLY) places in the world where the sand "sings" as you scuff your heels across it. Snow in the winter (if you like that kind of thing!!)

Indianapolis for sports--racing, intercollegiate, stick and ball, Colts, Indy 500.

In the southern part of the state--rolling country, caves, forests, wildlife.

Almost doesn't matter what you want to do--you can do it somewhere in Indiana!!

earl
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Old 10-08-2010, 11:32 AM  
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Indianapolis, IN
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See southern indiana. Lots of hills and trees.
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Old 10-08-2010, 01:52 PM  
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mt vernon, indiana
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Here is a good reason:

JeepJamboree - Badlands or French Lick Indiana!!!

Jeep Jamboree USA - Trips
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