There are lots of options for taking in the beauty of fall in Indianapolis. From serene parks to attractions that incorporate the outdoors, you need to take advantage of the seasonal change with this guide to the best locations for leaf watching.
Now through September 30th, you can pedal your way through Indianapolis each Saturday while learning all about the culture and history that makes the Circle City unique. Join a group for an 8 mile, 2.5 hour tour along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
As a part of US Bike Route 35, you can ride the entire length of the great state of Indiana. From the shores of Lake Michigan, all the way to the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, a route has been charted for cyclists to see and ride through some of most scenic parts of the state.
ActiveIndy tours at a “human pace”- or moving from one place to another at a speed that allows you to see and find things you wouldn’t have found otherwise. ActiveIndy offers walking, biking and running tours- their daily tour covers Mass Ave, the Wholesale District and the Central Canal at White River State Park.
Blink and winter will be here. It's time to take full advantage of fall and squeeze in as much quality time outdoors as possible. For me, that means time on a bike. There is no better ride this time of year than the city's first and most prized trail, the Monon Rail Trail. With a canopy of red, yellow, and orange that pops for a short window every year time is of the essence.