Make your next trip one to remember in one of our Indianapolis North RV rentals from Cruise America. Satisfy your "need for speed" at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home to NASCAR and Formula 1 racing. Explore the world at the city’s diverse collection of museums. Entertain your inner theatre lover by watching live performances at the American Cabaret Theatre. Pay your respects to America’s fallen war heroes at Monument Circle, located in the heart of the city.
If the urge to wander strikes, and you want to get out of the city, there are several intriguing daytrips you can take from Indianapolis. An RV rental in Indiana is as easy as 1,2, 3!
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Bloomington is surrounded by rolling hills and dense, green forests. It is the home of Indiana University, so there are so many things to see and do, so you can spend as much time here as your schedule allows. That is part of the charm of a college town that`s always evolving. Whether you`re an outdoor enthusiast, an art lover or an avid shopper, you will not be disappointed. While in the area, you would be amiss if you didn`t visit the well-known Cedar Bluff Nature Preserve, which features a 75-foot high limestone bluff, adorned by red cedars that cling to the sides of the cliff. At the bottom of the cliff you will find a valley cut by a tributary of Clear Creek. You will see a spectacular display of wildflowers and rock formations. To get to Bloomington from Indianapolis, take IN-37 S for approximately 50 miles.
Another great daytrip from Indianapolis in your Cruise America RV would be to the town of Columbus, home to 70 very renowned pieces of architecture and public art. The works of Dale Chihuly, Richard Meier, Henry Moore, I.M. Pei, Eliel and Eero Saarinen, and Harry Weese are all featured here. There are tours, both walking and bus, so that you can take it all in during your visit. If you are more into shopping for bargains, visit the Edinburgh Premium Outlets, where you will find over 85 stores to choose from. To get here from Indianapolis it is a short 45-minute trip down US-31 S.
Lincoln City is another great daytrip from Indianapolis, especially if you are a history buff. This is the area where Abraham Lincoln was raised and went to school. There are ten miles of hiking trails, as well as two lakes in Lincoln State Park . This is a great place to park your Cruise America rental RV for the night. This park is the home of the Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza that was created to celebrate the 200th birthday of our 16th President. You can go back in time as you visit the Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum. You will find cabins replicated from the Lincoln era, as well as a museum filled with all kinds of displays and educational materials. There is a Lincoln Living Historical Farm and a working pioneer homestead that dates back to the 1820s. It is open every day except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. To get there from Indianapolis, just drive 150 miles on I-65 S and I-64 W.
Wherever you go, enjoy the ride in a comfortable Indianapolis RV rental from Cruise America! If you're interesting in purchasing your own RV, check out some of our used RVs for sale. There are options for all experience levels!