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  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    Indianapolis Sports & Outdoors

    The US Grand Prix is held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway every year. It has the highest attendance of all races on the F1 circuit. The course is not as beautiful as other F1 venues, but it is historic and a great place to take in a race. After all, Indianapolis is all about racing. The race is held every June starting in 2004 (previously...

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  • Indiana Pacers

    Indianapolis Sports & Outdoors

    The Indiana Pacers are an NBA team that joined the league in 1976. Before that, they were members of the ABA. They have a colorful history that has seen championships in the ABA and successful seasons in the NBA. The franchise's all-time greatest player is no doubt Reggie Miller, who played for the team from 1987 to his retirement in 2005. The...

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  • RCA Tennis Championships

    Indianapolis Sports & Outdoors

    Each year the Indianapolis Tennis Center, which is part of the Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI), hosts the RCA Championships. That is an ATP tennis tournament with some of the best players in the world. In 2003 the tournament took place from July 19 to July 27. The stadium court has 8,000 seats for the audience. In total...

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  • Indianapolis Indians

    Indianapolis Sports & Outdoors

    Victory Field, home of the Indianapolis Indians, is one of the nicest ballparks in all of America. Large enough to be awe-inspiring, small enough to be intimate, spectacular views, good food and an excellent design; there is a reason why Baseball America selected the Indians as the number one franchise in minor league baseball. Try to get a seat in...

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  • Assembly Hall

    There are few traditions in sports that can compare to Indiana basketball, no matter at what level the game is played. The Indiana Hoosiers have won five NCAA Championships (third of all time), made seven trips to the Final Four (seventh of all time), made 30 NCAA Tournament appearances, and won 51 NCAA Tournament victories. The Indiana Hoosiers...

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  • The Hall of Fame Museum

    The Hall of Fame Museum is an automotive museum located on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The focus of the museum's exhibits is on the Indianapolis 500, but it also includes displays of other forms of motorsports, passenger cars, and general automotive history.The current museum is the second to be located on the grounds of the...

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  • Memorial Stadium

    While not as popular as basketball, Indiana Hoosier football games can still draw large, enthusiastic crowds. The 52,929-seat Memorial Stadium, located on the campus of Indiana University, is consistently sold out. Memorial Stadium was constructed between 1958 and 1960. It replaced the original 20,000-seat Memorial Stadium that had been constructed...

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  • Lucas Oil Stadium

    Home of the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts, state-of-the-art Lucas Oil Stadium opened in 2008 to replace the antiquated RCA Dome. The 1,800,000-square-foot (167,225-square-meter), seven-level stadium has a seating capacity of 63,000 (5,000 more than in the old RCA Dome) which can be expanded to 70,000 for basketball games and other...

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  • Kayaking Eagle Creek Reservoir

    I had been kayaking in New England and just got back from kayaking in Newfoundland, so, I did not expect much from Eagle Creek Reservoir in central Indiana. But, I must say that I was taken a bit by surprise. My brother and I went out one evening for a paddle and we saw a lot of water foul and some great scenery. Now granted, it wasn't anything...

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  • The Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    Located in the City of Speedway in the northwestern suburbs of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was originally built as a test facility for the burgeoning automobile industry in Indianapolis. Situated on 559 (226 hectares) of land and with a permanent seating capacity of 257,000 and an infield seating capacity of 400,000, the...

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  • The NCAA Hall of Champions

    The hall of fame museum for the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the NCAA Hall of Champions was designed to be a tribute to student athletes of the past and present, and to create an appreciation for the struggles of the student athlete.The main attraction on the spacious first floor is the Final Four Theater. Seating in the round room...

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  • Victory Field

    Home of the Indianapolis Indians, a Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, Victory Field has been rated the "Best Minor League Ballpark in America" by such publications as Baseball America and Sports Illustrated.In addition to exciting minor league baseball, Victory Field also hosts the annual City, County, and High School State Baseball...

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  • Conseco Fieldhouse

    Home of the National Basketball Association's Indiana Pacers, and the Arena Football League's Indiana Firebirds, Conseco Fieldhouse opened in November 1999 to provide a modern, state-of-the-art facility for two of Indianapolis' most popular sports teams.The 14-story, 750,000-square-foot (69,680-square-meter) arena seats 18,345. Its most unique...

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  • Canoe, Hike, or Tube at Turkey Run State...

    Turkey Run State Park is a great place for the outdoorsy type. There are great picnic facilities and you can rent a canoe for a short or long trip. Or if you want to relax, you can rent an intertube and just float down the river. Or you can hike the day away!

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  • Go Hiking at Bear Wallow

    Bear Wallow is an area in Brown County that offers an array of hiking for all abilities and ages. It is a nice place to take the kids. It is named, because many years ago bears used to inhabit that part of Indiana and would come down to the wallow to cool their bodies in the summer. Bears no longer inhabit that part of Indiana and the wallow was...

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  • Check Out Conseco FieldHouse

    Check out this amazing and modern facility. This is the home of the Indiana Pacers and a place to catch big name concerts and performances. This is the finest arena in the NBA (although I am sure some other city will build a better one soon) .

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  • Get some Exercise on the Monon Trail

    You can bike, walk, run, or rollerblade on this spectacular trail that is 20 miles long. The trail runs from downtown past the art museum, through trendy Broadripple, and up into posh Carmel. I prefer the section of the trail from Broadripple up into Carmel, because it is shaded with trees and you can sometimes see wildlife scamper across your way.

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  • Bike through Scenic Eagle Creek State...

    Eagle Creek State Park is one of the best in Indiana. Cyclists flock to this scenic park to bike along the road that runs through it. Come here and spot all kinds of Indiana wildlife. Chipmunks, deer, squirrels, birds, and much more can be seen here. Their is a decent sized playground area for kids. Also, in the summer Eagle Creek opens up its...

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  • Spend a day at McCormicks Creek State...

    Hiking at McCormicks Creek State Park is fun for both children and adults. If you choose you can camp there. Their are many scenic trails and their is even a waterfall that you can climb up or swim under. It is a great park to visit in the fall when the leaves are changing colors.

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  • The RCA Dome

    RCA Dome opened in 1984 as part of a much-needed expansion to the convention center, not as a stand-alone sports venue. Opening as the Hoosier Dome at a cost of $77.5 million, the facility immediately became home to the Indianapolis Colts and other national and international events. Currently with football seating capacity at 57,890, the RCA Dome...

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  • NCAA Hall of Champions

    If you are a big fan of college sports then you might appreciate a visit here. It is a state of the art facility and highlights the struggles and highlights of college athletes. The facility houses a Great Hall displaying banners recognizing current winners of the 87 NCAA national championships, and a unique view of the sports world via the "Look...

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  • Visit the Best Minor League Ballpark in...

    A visit to Victory Field will be an experience you are unlikely to forget. This ballpark is the home to the Indianapolis Indians (the triple A affiliates of the Pittsburgh Pirates). The ballpark opened in 1996 and has been named the "Best Minor League Ballpark in America" by such prominent publications as Sports Illustrated and Baseball America....

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  • Dive France Park...

    The scuba diving in France Park centers around the old seven acre Kenith limestone rock quarry abandon back in the 1940s or 50s. The quarry eventually filled with water from surrounding underground springs and the rest is history. Naturally, sand was hauled in to form a beach and this become as good as Florida for the local Hoosiers... During the...

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