Richmond and Wayne County, Indiana is full of Kid Friendly Fun! Bring the entire family as you enjoy these fun activities. Enjoy the Enchanted Fairy Trail, Fossil Trail, chocolate Trail and many more family friendly activities!
Safe, affordable fun for families and groups. The Skate features a skate track, game room, lazer tag, and a snack bar.
Voted as one of the top waterfalls in the state of Indiana by Indiana Office of Tourism Development.
Today's Harvest is family owned and operated. We grow our own vegetables and fruits, and even our pumpkins and mums in the fall. We also have a huge annual corn maze! We sell Christmas trees and also serve as a local florist. We also sell fresh hot donuts, jellies, dip mixes, soaps, candles, kids items, cement garden and sympathy stones, fairy garden items, and much much more!
Have fun with the family as you slide down a huge hill on inflatable tubes. Artificial snow is made here so no need to wait for a big snow fall to enjoy it!
The Wayne County "Hidden Treasures" Geocaching Trails takes you on a tour of some of the area's most prominent landmarks in an adventurous new way. A great family activity!
Comprised of eight buildings on a compact site, the museum is a unique repository of Wayne County and Richmond history from early pioneer life through the industrial revolution into modern times.
What started in Cape Cod has spread world wide and has now set some roots in Wayne County, Indiana! The Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau is happy to announce that a community rock garden has blossomed at the Old National Road Welcome Center. The idea is simple: paint inspirational messages on rocks and leave them for others to find.
There is so much to see and do in Wayne County! The Wayne County Scavenger Hunt provides a unique chance to explore the area while having fun; you'll need your eyes, brain, and ears to complete the challenges. Explore local parks, museums, unique shops and more!
Wesler's is a third generation business specializing in quality home-grown fruits, vegetables, apple cider, home-baked goods, petting farm, and wagon rides.
Crossing through a number of scenic and historic southeastern Indiana countries, the Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway bridges the distance (76 miles) between the Ohio River and the historic National Road. Along this route are some of the state's most authentic canal features.
The Indiana State Historic Site Canal Boat Run, located in Old Metamora offers horse-pulled canal boat rides for your pleasure. A restored and operational Grist Mill, powered by the water of the canal, offers a unique opportunity to watch whole grains milled into cornmeal and grits.
Mill is free; Admission charged for canal boat.
Scenic canoe, kayak, raft, tube trips, and camping on the Whitewater River for families, individuals, and groups.
Along this paved trail through the historic gorge area, hikers, cyclists and nature lovers will be able to explore the geological and historical significance of the Whitewater Gorge, as well as its natural rugged beauty. Fossils found along the trail are from animals that lived about 450 million years ago on the bottom of a warm shallow sea that covered this area. Free.
This 200-acre Whitewater Lake offers kayaks, paddle boats, rowboats, canoe rental, electric trolling motor boating. Fishing, swimming, horseback riding, picnicking, campground, shelters, and family cabins are also available. Accessible to Brookville Reservoir. Open year round. Admission charged.
Long before woolly mammoths roamed the frozen plains,
long before dinosaurs existed, Indiana was covered by a shallow sea teaming with life.
The fossils found in the Whitewater Valley give us some idea of what life was like in Indiana 445 million years ago.
Travel through time on Indiana's most Scenic Railroad. Built on the towpath of the Whitewater Canal, the railroad offers a 17 mile, 1 1/2 hour (one way) journey from Connersville to Historic Metamora, a restored 1838 Canal Town. Round trip allows for a 2-hour layover in Metamora for shopping and sightseeing.