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Indiana is a U.S. state next to Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois and Michigan. Northern Indiana has flatter, marshy areas, and there are limestone cliffs in the south. The region includes cities such as Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Monticello.
Most vistors embarking on an Indiana holiday land at Indianapolis International Airport. Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend also have regional airports. Trains run from Chicago to Indianapolis, and also stop off at Lafayette. Indiana is five hours behind GMT. Indiana has a continental climate with sunny, but somewhat wet, summer months. The southern region of Indiana generally has greater precipitation than the north.
The state's numerous expansive state parks are a great addition to visitors' Indiana holidays. Parks such as the Turkey Run State Park, near Marshall, are ideal for camping and hiking. It is one of two parks, the other being Shades State Park, through which Sugar Creek runs. Potato Creek State Park is one of the top parks in Indiana and features the 327 acre Worster Lake, woodlands and diverse wetlands. The McCormick's Creek State Park has stunning waterfalls and canyons. Take a boat ride from the Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore along the coast of Lake Michigan to get closer to nature.
Monticello is home to Indiana Beach Resort, an amusement park located on a man-made lake with six roller coasters, such as the Cornball Express, and a waterpark. The capital Indianapolis has numerous museums, among which are the American Legion National Headquarters and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The renovated Indianapolis Museum of Art displays more than 50,000 pieces. The Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium, which has a 32-inch Cassegrain telescope, is open to tours. Attractions in Fort Wayne include the Fort Wayne History Center and the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, which houses more than 500 plant species.