Spectacular Day Trips and Excursions from Greenfield, Indiana

Lucky Greenfield, Indiana residents are only about a half hour’s drive to the east of Indianapolis, the bustling state capital of Indiana and home to the bulk of the major attractions in Indiana. When it comes to a day trip from Greenfield, however, it’s hard to beat a simple drive around the gorgeous Indiana countryside that surrounds the town with its nuturing peace and beauty, and a visit to some of the unforgettable touring destinations that reside in the Indiana cities about a gas tank away from Greenfield.

Below we’ve gathered a brief listing of ideas for great day trips from Greenfield that concentrate on areas away from the Circle City. The possibilities are literally endless, and we hope that our list sparks your adventurous spirit and takes you out into the great beyond, for a day, at least.

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Greenfield Day Trips and Excursions

Bluespring Caverns: This is one of the best day trips from Greenfield you could plan for the entire family. Take a fascinating tour on a river 100 feet below ground and marvel as your guide maneuvers your boat around huge stalagmites that have decorated the placid and moody Mist’ry River for centuries before man discovered them. Bedford, Indiana is a charming Midwest town in South Indiana, about 100 miles southwest of Greenfield. The Caverns are just outside of town, as is the magnificent Hoosier National Forest, also well worth seeing.

Mooresville, Indiana: Have you got a basketball-lover in your family? What Hoosier family doesn’t? The Academy of Hoosier Heritage is a fun destination in Mooresville, and a place any basketball fan really should see at least once. In it, you will find a hometown repository of memorabilia in tribute to Mooresville’s most famous son, the legendary coach and player, John Wooden. Other fun Mooresville attractions include the Family Aquatic Center inside Pioneer Park, and the authentic Cajun cooking at Zydeco’s Restaurant. You might even hit their annual crawfish eating contest! Mooresville is only about an hour’s drive southwest of Greenfield.

Vincennes, Indiana: If you’re looking for a nice, somewhat lengthy but beautiful drive from Greenfield, Vincennes makes a great destination point at about two hours to the southwest. In this charming town, by the Wabash River, you’ll find a real tone of history and some nice park space, including some Indiana mounds on the edge of the city. Favorite things to do in Vincennes include visits to the Old Cathedral and its museum and the stunning George Rogers Clark Memorial. Grouseland Mansion is also a popular tour while experiencing Vincennes. Play your cards right and you can take in a show at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center inside Vincennes University, or perhaps one of the plays put on by the local community theater group, the Old Towne Players.

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