Indiana travelers choose from 32 Best Western hotels.
Plan a summer time visit to Indiana. Head for Indianapolis, the state's largest city and Indiana’s capital. Launched by the Indianapolis 500, summer is time for a getaway. Not just famous for the Indy 500, the Hoosier State includes the town of Santa Claus, and Martinsville – home to the first successful goldfish farm in the US. In New Castle you can check out the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, in northern Indiana you'll want to visit the University of Notre Dame, and any visit to Marion should yield a tour of the Quilters Hall of Fame.
From there, enjoy summer under the Indiana sun while you shoot for par – head to the Walnut Creek Golf Courses, or, closer to Indiana, visit the Pete Dye Golf Trail. And in Peru, you'll tee off at the Rock Hollow Golf Club.
Celebrate Indiana heritage with a stop at Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne for Germanfest or Greek Fest – don’t miss the Three Rivers Festival, northeast Indy's biggest festival. Evansville, the River City, is set on the Ohio River – in the south of Indiana. A commercial, education and cultural hub for the region, where you’ll find the Hoosier Nationals BMX series, or the National Natural Landmark–Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. Enjoy an Indiana summer vacation.