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Indiana Travel Guide: Wabash River, Tippecanoe County, IndianaIndiana Travel Guide: Wabash River, Tippecanoe County, Indiana
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Indiana is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is also one of the states in the Great Lakes Region. It shares a border with Michigan to the north, Ohio to the east, Kentucky to the south, Illinois to the west, and faces Lake Michigan to the northwest. Indiana covers an area of 36,418 sq miles (94,321 sq km), and has a population of around 6.3 million people. The capital and largest city is Indianapolis.

Sugar Creek, Turkey Run State Park, IndianaSugar Creek, Turkey Run State Park, Indiana
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Clifty Falls, IndianaClifty Falls, Indiana
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The name Indiana has been in use since around 1760, and is said to mean "Land of the Indians". Native American tribes have inhabited the land since prehistoric times. There are several ancient burial mounds in Indiana that have been preserved, include those near Evansville in southwestern Indiana.

Indiana is a relatively flat country. The highest natural point in the state is Hoosier Hill, which stands at a height of just 1,257 feet (383 meters) above sea level. The state experiences a humid continental climate with cool winters and warm summers. In winter, temperature can drop below 0°F (-18°C) while in summer it can reach 88°F (31°C). May to July are the wettest months in the state.

Evansville, IndianaEvansville, Indiana
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Travel to Indiana

The Indianapolis International Airport receives flights from major airports around the country. If you are driving to Indiana, you can take Interstate 80 and 90 that cuts across the northern part of Indiana, going east-west. I-65, I-69, I-70 and I-74 radiates out of Indianapolis.

Travel within Indiana

Driving would be the most practical way to explore Indiana. There are fourteen Interstate highways that crosses through Indiana, often known as the "Crossroads of America" (not because of the highways, but rather because of the railroad tracks that were in place before the highway came into the picture).

Town Hall of Spencer, IndianaTown Hall of Spencer, Indiana
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Cities in Indiana

  1. Indianapolis (800,000)
    Capital and largest city in Indiana.

  2. Fort Wayne (256,000)
    County seat of Allen County in northeastern Indiana.

  3. Evansville (122,000)
    County seat of Vanderburgh County on a bend of the Ohio River in southwestern Indiana.

  4. South Bend (108,000)
    County seat of St Joseph County in northern Indiana.

  5. Gary (103,000)
    City on the southeastern portion of the Chicago metropolitan area, 25 miles from Chicago, Illinois.

Places of Interest in Indiana

  1. Brown County State Park
    The largest state park in Indiana.

  2. Chain O'Lakes State Park
    State park to the northwest of Fort Wayne.

  3. George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
    The largest US National Historical Park outside of Washington DC

  4. Hoosier National Forest
    Forest in south central Indiana with sights such as Lick Creek Settlement and Potts Creek Rockshelter Archaeological Site.

  5. Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
    Dune land on the lake front near Porter, Indiana.

  6. John Mellencamp's Mansion
    Hometown of the famous rocker.

  7. Lincoln Boyhood National Monument
    Memorial to Abraham Lincoln who lived there during his boyhood between 1816 to 1830.

  8. Prophetstown State Park
    Park near the town of Battle Ground, with a living museum of Native American village and 1920's-style farm.

  9. Turkey Run State Park
    Park in Parke County in west-central Indiana.

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