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- Travel along one or more of Indiana's Tourist Trails while you enjoy your stay at our Finest and Best Bed and Breakfasts throughout the state. Click on any of the links below to find B&B along any trail.
- Indiana's Historic Pathways - Indiana’s Historic Pathways passes through 16 counties. It comprises U.S. 50 from Vincennes to Lawrenceburg and U.S. 150, which overlaps U.S. 50 from Vincennes to Shoals and extends southeastward to the Falls of the Ohio. Portions of the old Buffalo Trace can be found on or south of federal highways connecting Vincennes and Clarksville.
- Amish Country Heritage Trail - The Heritage Trail takes you on an amazing 90-mile journey through the heart of Indiana's Amish Country.
- Indiana Upland Wine Trail - While traveling along our trail, you will see the beautiful countryside of Central and Southern Indiana and have the opportunity to tour and taste at eight of Indiana's finest wineries.
- Indiana Wine Trail - Wineries of the region continue a tradition that began two hundred years ago when Swiss immigrants planted vineyards. Explore the Indiana Wine Trail and sample a taste of history. Kick back and enjoy a leisurely drive, stopping along the way to discover the quaint charm of the region and visit six artisan wineries.
- Indy Wine Trail - Wine trails are made up of several wineries, generally from one region, working together to offer customers the local wine experience. Customers can travel from winery to winery to learn about the various wines produced in the state.
- John-Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail - Travel back to July, 1863 and follow Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and his raiders on a self guided tour through 7 counties, and stopping at 24 check points in Southern Indiana to relive the history of his one and only Civil War battle on Hoosier soil, as they wind their way north and east toward Cincinnati.
- Southeast Indiana Trails to Freedom - Southeast Indiana Trails to Freedom is the name of a new driving tour designed to tell the stories of the Underground Railroad in 15 counties of Southeastern Indiana.
- Knobstone Trail - The rugged terrain of this 58 mile backcountry hiking trail is often compared to the Appalachian Trail (AT), and many people use it to train for the AT. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources manages the Knobstone Trail (KT) in Clark, Scott, and Washington counties in southern Indiana. It is Indiana's longest footpath, passing through Clark State Forest, Elk Creek Public Fishing Area, and Jackson-Washington State Forest. These state resource properties contain nearly 40,000 acres of rugged, forested land. The trail presently extends from near Deam Lake, just north of SR 60 in Clark County, to Delaney Park, just east of SR 135 in Washington County
Ohio River Scenic Byway - The Ohio River Scenic Byway in Southern Indiana is your gateway to adventures. Discover antique shops, artist studios and farm markets. Paddle a canoe, explore a cave, camp under the stars. Tour stately mansions, sample artisan wines and stay at a bed & breakfast inn. Try your luck at a casino. With 302 miles of scenic roadway to explore, take a journey along the river and into the Heartland, from Greendale in the East to Mount Vernon in the West. Come create your own Byway adventure
American Discovery Trails - Indiana is known as the "Crossroads of America" because of its central location. The American Discovery Trail offers a diverse, interesting, and challenging route for hikers, bikers, and other trail users as they cross Indiana on either the northern or the southern route of the ADT. The Northern Midwest Route of the ADT goes northwest from Richmond across the great Midwestern Corn Belt to the more industrialized region south of Gary. The Southern Midwest Route of the ADT follows along and just north of the Ohio River through the Southern Hills region, the only part of Indiana that the glaciers did not reach. Northern Route: There are two segments totaling 228 miles, mostly trails and rural roads. Ohio state line to Marion — 86 miles Marian to Illinois state line — 142 miles. Southern Route:There are six segments totaling 366 miles, mostly trails and rural roads. Ohio state line (Greendale) to Clifty Falls State Park — 70 miles Clifty Falls S.P. to Deam Lake Campground — 54 miles Deam Lake to Corydon — 48 miles Corydon to St. Meinrad — 96 miles St. Meinrad to Evansville — 65 miles Evansville to Illinois state line (Wabash River) — 33 miles