Lafayette Local, Area Attractions
Lafayette Indiana Hot spots, Things to do & places to visit!
Wildcat Creek Winery offers free wine tastings, both indoor and outdoor seating, winery tours, a gift shop, periodic food and wine pairing events, private events, and assistance in planning special occasions for their customers. Visit Website
Welcome to Lafayette Indiana's ONLY indoor water park! We have perfected the Family Fun that you are looking for! In addition to the slides, kiddie pool, hot tub and arcade, we offer day passes and very affordable overnight room packages! Indoor and warm recreation at its best! Visit Website
Indiana Beach offers six of the Midwest’s largest and wildest water slides, taking fun-loving riders for a downhill trip to pure summer refreshment. Through twists, turns, high speeds, and a slip-n-slide splash down, sliders are washed into a grand dunk in a refreshing water pool and the perfect enjoyment. Home of 5 awesome roller coasters, a sand beach, restaurants & gift shops! Visit Website
Tropicanoe Cove Aquatic Center
Kick off your shoes, grab your swimming suit and come experience a taste of the tropics in the heart of Indiana. Only Tropicanoe Cove offers the perfect blend of Hoosier hospitality with the pleasure of a watery paradise. From the spiraling Banana Peel tube slide to the leisurely Cattail Crik, you're sure to find plenty of cool summertime fun for the entire family! Plenty of fun features for smaller children & lounge chairs for mom to catch some sun! Visit Website
Riverside Ice Skating Center
This outdoor ice skating rink is a very popular attraction during the winter months. The facility offers open skating during the day and evening hours.
Complete with a food/drink vending area, lockers, public restrooms and even skate rental is available. Phone: (765) 743-RINK Visit Website
Fort Ouiatenon was the first fortified European settlement in what is now Indiana. It was established by the French in 1717 at a site five miles southwest of Lafayette as a military outpost to prevent British expansion into the Ohio and Wabash country. Between 1720 and 1760 the settlement at Ouiatenon prospered and grew. French voyageurs annually descended the Wabash to trade their goods for furs trapped by the Native people. Visit Website
It seems hard to believe that a wooded area seven miles north of Lafayette, Indiana, played such a major role in American history. Yet it was on this spot the Native Americans lost their grip on the fertile Midwestern lands they had roamed for thousands of years. It was also on this spot some years later that a gathering took place that helped launch the modern political campaign. That wooded area is the Tippecanoe Battlefield, a National Historic Landmark that attracts tens of thousands of visitors annually to northern Tippecanoe County. Explore the site of The Battle of Tippecanoe and witness first hand the grounds where the conflict occurred. Visit Website
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