French Lick, Indiana is a town of about 2,000 people in the south central part of the state, which might be the reason it isn’t on most traveler’s radars. Those who have visited however, know about the town, its famous hotels, its history, and the variety of attractions this gem of a destination has to offer. You don’t find a lot about it in guide books, but that’s part of its charm. French Lick, and the neighboring town, West Baden, offer endless possibilities for visitors to explore the area, but if you don’t know about these places, you’re missing out. Hopefully, sharing our favorite finds will help you realize why you need to make time to visit French Lick, Indiana.
I hope you’re enjoying our “See the USA” series. Hopefully you caught the best of Honolulu, Hawaii last week and Grapevine, Texas the week before. We’re continuing on alphabetically with letter I and Indianapolis. Indianapolis is known for race cars, the Colts, and being the capital city of the Hoosier State, but it is also a fun place to visit as a family. Indianapolis is not your typical Midwestern city. It has pioneer roots, but a fresh and found there is plenty to explore in the city and its suburbs. Here are our top 5 family friendly things to do in Indianapolis.