Vacation Rentals in Indiana: Houses, Cabins, Lake Rentals and More

Indiana Local Information and Area Highlights

Indiana Vacation Rentals

An Intro to Indiana Vacation Rentals
Known as the Crossroads of America, Indiana is rich in outdoor adventure and activities, quaint scenery, American history, and gorgeous landscapes. Whether you’re looking to see the fall foliage, spend a weekend hiking and fishing, or relax on the lake, Indiana is a great place for a family or group trip. The Indiana vacation rentals listed here are fun, flexible, affordable, and easy.

Outdoor recreation and Indiana Lake Vacation Rentals
Indiana is home to 24 state parks, nine man-made reservoirs, and hundreds of lakes! It's no surprise that fishing is a popular recreational activity in Indiana. Steelhead trout are plentiful in early spring and still easy to catch all winter. Salmon fishing is also popular in the fall in northwest Indiana. If you’re looking for a rustic fishing trip, stay in one of our Indian vacation cabins!

Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and boating are also popular on Indiana’s lakes and streams. Indiana is one of the Great Lake states, as it borders Lake Michigan. For affordable accommodations, check out our Bass Lake vacation houses! Bass Lake is a popular tourist destination and the sandy shores are safe and comfortable for children. Or visit Culver, Indiana. Vacation rentals in Culver provide easy access to Lake Maxincukee- Indiana's second-largest natural lake. The lake's outline on a map forms the shape of an Indian moccasin, thus its name "Maxincuckee" by the Potowatomi Indians, who once hunted and fished along its shores. With nearby fishing and golf, there are activities for people of all ages!

To keep the kids entertained, visit Indiana Beach, an amusement park in Monticello, Indiana on Lake Shafer, a manmade lake on the Tippecanoe River. Indiana Beach vacation cottages are close and convenient to the amusement park, which is home to one of the state’s largest rollercoasters- the Hoosier Hurricane. The park also has a wide variety of rides, games, mini golf, and water slides. If you’re not a thrill seeker, take a ride on The Shafer Queen, Indiana's largest regularly scheduled paddle wheel driven sightseeing vessel.

Michigan City vacation rental homes are nearby so many attractions! Whether you’re in the mood for golf, shopping at the Prime Outlets, a visit to the zoo, or gambling at a casino, entertainment is at your fingertips! If you’re a waterbug, you’ll love the sparkling shores of Sheridan Beach on Lake Michigan and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Here you can sail, jetski, and swim your heart out! When you dry off, keep the fun going with tennis, biking, or horseback riding nearby.

Most importantly, you’ll be so relieved when you come home to your spacious Michigan City vacation home.

If you love the outdoors, but don’t want to end your adventure in a tent every night, check out our Indiana vacation cabins. From rustic to luxurious, they allow you to get in touch with Mother Nature, but still sleep in comfort, warmth, and safety. Moreover, once the sun goes down, you’ll still be able to entertain your group with games, hanging out by the fireplace, and cooking in your fully stocked kitchen! Our Nashville vacation cabin rentals are prime territory for spotting wild deer and turkeys. Secluded and private, these cabins could be perfect for a romantic trip for two, or an adventurous family getaway. Yellowwood Forest and Lake Lemon are also close by.

Be at the beach in Beverly Shores!
A certain hot spot of Indiana is Beverly Shores, a small resort community clustered along the southernmost tip of Lake Michigan. And it’s just your luck that we offer beautiful and comfortable Beverly Shores beach house rentals! Beverly Shores is located within the 20,000 acre National Lakeshore and borders the Indiana Dunes State Park. Relax on your waterfront deck or get out there on the beach for some sand sports! Some of our Beverly Shores vacation homes even provide boat rentals to experienced drivers!

Once you wear yourself out from sun and swim, there’s still plenty to do! Within a short drive are restaurants, wineries, antique stores, and the University of Notre Dame. Our South Bend vacation homes will put you even closer in proximity to Notre Dame. Visit the train station nearby for a quick trip into Chicago for a Broadway show or museum visit.

History and Culture in Indiana
Eastern Indiana has a varied and rich history – even presidential. The Lincoln Museum in Fort Wayne displays his life through memorabilia and interactive exhibits, while the Dan Quayle Center holds America’s Vice Presidential Museum, with highlights of the vice presidents from Indiana. The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame features the popular sport in Indiana through more than a century. The Ball Brothers of glass jar fame lived in Muncie, and tours of a Ball family 1895 English Tudor are available.

In Central Indiana, visit the Indiana Medical History Museum shows how medical progress has turned into today’s treatments

South Central Indiana is home to Madison’s Lanier Mansion State Historic Site which has beautiful gardens that are reminiscent of the late 19th century. The impressionist artist T.C. Steele’s State Historic Site includes natural gardens that Steele used in his paintings. Stream Cliff Herb Farm is the oldest herb farm in Indiana, showcasing gardens styled in themes of quilts. Seymour has the Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge with several hiking trails.

In Southern Indiana, the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany merges local history with temporary art exhibits.

Make the best of your budget- book an Indiana vacation rental!From Indiana cabin rentals to beachfront Beverly Shores house rentals, there's no doubt you'll find the accommodations that will suit your travel needs. Indiana rentals have grown in popularity, whereas travelers are gradually discovering the true cost of staying in hotels. Find out about one of the tourism industry's best-kept secrets -- vacation rentals!

Sites and tours to see
SS Lilypad Sightseeing on Winona Lake
Menno-Hof visitors center and museum in Shipshewana
Israel Jenkins House in Marion
The House of Glass in Elwood
Clabber Girl Baking Powder Company factory tour in Terre Haute
Bridgeton Grist Mill in Parke County
The Williamsport Falls
Lew Wallace Home in Crawfordsville
Ferrin’s Fruit Winery in Carmel
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Irwin Gardens in Columbus
Grissom Memorial in Lawrence County
Culbertson Mansion in New Albany