Enjoying a staycation this Spring Break in Indiana? No problem! We’ve gathered a list of fun ideas to do with your entire family when you’re ready to get out of the house. Here’s to warmer temps and sunshine this week! (Insert praise hands emoji here.)
Hiking and Waterfalls
Wabash County is full of hiking trails and waterfalls. Get outside this week and discover something new! Between the multiple Acres Land Trust properties, Salamonie State Park, and Mississinewa State Park, you could fill your week with exploration.
Click here for a full list of hiking and Waterfalls!
Discoverable Driving Tours
We have put together 3 different driving tours for you to enjoy! From historic locations, to scrap metal transformer statues that the kiddos will love, we guarantee there is something for everyone. Let’s bring back the ‘Sunday Drive’ that can be experienced any day of the week!
CLICK HERE for Discoverable Driving Tours
Make sure to snap photos at each location and tag @VisitWabashCounty so we can repost your adventure!
The Honeywell Center does an amazing job of making sure kiddos have something fun to do over Spring Break week!
Spring Break Bash takes place April 6th through the 8th and includes:
Art Fun with Candie Cooper
Location: Facebook Live
Join Candie Cooper on Facebook each day at 10 am as she leads a fun art project.
Click here for details and supply lists!
Pot Your Own Flower & Scavenger Hunt
Location: Charley Creek Gardens
Visit the Gardens between 1-3 pm to pot your own flower to take home, then stroll through the Gardens for a Spring Scavenger Hunt. For your safety, masks and social distancing will be required.
Friends Church is hosting a Spring Break Petting Zoo April 5th at 4pm. Click here for all the details!
Don’t forget we have 2 amazing museums that your whole family is sure to enjoy:
The Wabash County Museum is a 2-floor interactive museum that inlcudes a play area for little ones on the top floor. Brush up on Wabash County history and spend the morning or afternoon here!
The Center for History located in North Manchester, IN and is free and open to the public. Stop by to learn about the rich history and see what the town was like decades ago.
There are 4 golf courses located in Wabash County. Get outside and play a round or 2! Make sure to call ahead to check special hours or to book a tee time.
Click Here for a complete list of golf courses