Things To Do And See
Celery Bog Nature Area – Located in West Lafayette, features easy hiking trails with many opportunities for bird watching.

Columbian Park– Visit this 100 plus year old park. Experience the zoo, rides, swimming pool, picnic facilities, and the brand new aquatic center.

Fort Quiatenon – Built by the French in 1717, this replica of a blockhouse constructed in 1930 includes interpretive exhibits and is the site for Feast of the Hunters Moon each fall.

Fowler House, a restored gothic revival mansion, and the home of the Tippecanoe County Historical Museum.

The 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.

The Wabash Heritage Trail – Starting at the Tippecanoe Battlefield, it follows the Wabash River into Lafayette, crosses the river and continues through West Lafayette.

Wolf Park – 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…

Indiana 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 tours Memorial day through the end of September.

Indianapolis Racetrack – Site of the Indianapolis 500 Memorial Day Auto Race, and other activities and races throughout the year, is just 50 miles from here.