You don’t have to fly across the nation. Stay right here and take a staycation!
Are you wondering what to do this year?
Last year, travel plans for almost everyone were turned upside down. While the outlook for travel is better in 2021, there are still plenty of reasons to stay close to home in our amazing state.
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is partnering with 92.3 WTTS to get the word out about cool places in Indiana that are brimming with native flora and fauna to recharge your soul and inspire a love for nature.
Fun day trips around your area can also help
your local economy.
The Nature Conservancy is highlighting several preserves and nature places around the state that represent different types of habitat where you can go with family and friends to take in the pure and natural beauty of Indiana.Start planning your Indiana explorations!
Places in Indiana to Explore
Central West: Big Walnut
Just an hour west of Indianapolis, Big Walnut - and particularly the Tall Timbers Trail - makes for a memorable visit. Learn more about Big Walnut
Southwest Central: Green's Bluff
A new trail, new pollinator plantings and new interpretive signage await you at scenic Green's Bluff. Learn more about Green's Bluff
South Central: Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods
Brown County is THE autumn destination in Indiana, but TNC's Hitz-Rhodehamel Woods will delight you any time of year. Learn more about Hitz-Rhodehamel
Northwest: Kankakee Sands
With several nature trails and our ever-growing bison herd, Kankakee Sands is a must-see destination! Learn more about Kankakee Sands
South: Harrison County Glades
The glades of Harrison County are amazing pockets of nature, and glades in early summer are magical! Learn more about the Harrison County Glades
East: Children of Indiana Nature Park
We're taking kids to an amazing new place. It's called outside. Learn more about the Children of Indiana Nature Park
East: Cope Environmental Center
Cope's miles of hiking trails meandering through hardwood forests, grasslands, prairies, wetlands, and two ponds means year-round beauty. Learn more about Cope