Bog Nature Area - Located in West Lafayette, features easy hiking
trails with many opportunities for bird watching.
Park- Visit this 100 plus year old park. Experience the zoo,
rides, swimming pool, picnic facilities, and the brand new aquatic
Quiatenon - Built by the French in 1717, this replica of a blockhouse
constructed in 1930 includes interpretive exhibits and is the site
of the Hunters Moon each fall.
House, a restored gothic revival mansion, and the home of the
Tippecanoe County Historical Museum.
Tippecanoe Battlefield - Marks the site of the Battle of Tippecanoe
between U.S Forces led by William Henry Harrison and Tecumseh's
Native American Federation. Includes museum with exhibits, on a
90 acre site.
Wabash Heritage Trail - Starting at the Tippecanoe Battlefield,
it follows the Wabash River into Lafayette, crosses the river and
continues through West Lafayette.
- dedicated to grey wolf research and how they interact with a herd
of American bison also kept at the park. Join the fun on Wolf Howl
Nights, and howl with the wolves.
Just a short drive away...
Beach - Located in Monticello, Indiana's largest privately owned
summer resort and family amusement park.
Adams Mill - Located in Cutler, was built in 1845.
It was a working mill until 1950, and is now a museum of Americana,
with a covered bridge and dam on Wildcat Creek.
Lee's Buffalo Farm - Located in Williamsport,
offers farm toursMemorial day through the end of September.
Racetrack - Site of the Indianapolis
500 Memorial Day Auto Race, and other activities and races throughout
the year, is just 50 miles from here.