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Fantastic Hamilton County, Indiana Fall Getaway Giveaways - Round 1

Oct 11, 2010 by Hamilton County CVB

[caption id="attachment_2686" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Experience the Pumpkin Train..."][/caption] This fall, we are excited to have prize packages to give away to our great, loyal friends and readers.  The first giveaway is an Indiana family getaway.  Visit this month to experience the changing of the leaves, perfect weather, train rides through Forest Park and an overnight stay in a comfy bed. This first prize package includes:

*Please note - this package needs to be used before the end of the month - the train rides do not continue beyond the end of October. To win: In the comments section below, tell me your favorite thing about fall! Please only enter once.  The contest closes on Wednesday, October 13 at 9 a.m. If you don't win - no worries, we are having loads of fall Indiana Getaway Giveaways on the blog over the next two weeks. Questions? See our Blog Policy for both the comment and contest policies or visit us online for more information on Hamilton County, Indiana.

Comments:

Oct 12, 2010 by: Dave Galt

My favorite thing about fall has changed. This is the first year I get to share it not only with my wife, but our new baby girl. The look on her face as she touches trees and leaves fall on her face are priceless. We live on Morse and have been blessed to see the changing of the leaves reflected in the water and enjoy from the boat. We are truly blessed to have so much beauty here in Hamilton County. Thank you for promoting our communities!

 

Oct 12, 2010 by: Scott

Although fall is a sad time - it means another summer has come to an end - I do enjoy the changes the season brings. We like to spend time outside either hiking or just relaxing in our backyard with a bonfire and good friends. I get excited for college football, fresh apple pies, crisp autumn nights, and fall festivals all around the area. Fall also means that duck season is just around the corner!

 

Oct 12, 2010 by: sarah

I love the colorful trees, the cool air (although it doesn't look like we'll have much cool air this year), the fall food & football on a Sunday afternoon!

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Carol Dixon

Colorful leaves and foliage, crunching of leaves underfoot, scent of bonfires, pumpkins, festivals, sunshine and cooler temps, football games, the Apple Store at Conner Prairie, yards decorated with corn stalks, hay bales, mums, & scarecrows. My drive to work is best during autumn because of the beautiful trees lining State Road 19 at Forest Park in Noblesville and Allisonville Road from Noblesville to Fishers. No doubt about it, fall is the best season!

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Nicole L.

My favorite thing about fall is when the leaves change color. Things are so much more beautiful when we take our evening walks in our Fishers neighborhood. I love being outside and experiencing all the fun, outdoor activities!

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Brandon S.

During the fall season I always plan to take the wooded, backroads when driving through Hamilton County. The colors of the leaves and the smell of the seasons changing makes for a wonderful, relaxing drive.

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Emily

Fall is my favorite time of year! I love the colors, the fresh apples, mums, pumpkins, and all the fun fall activities and festivals! It's a great time to be outside. I love it so much that my husband and I had a fall wedding!!

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Mindy

Pumpkin Ice Cream!!!!

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Janet Baker

I love the crisp mornings and the way the sun makes the color on the trees come alive. I love the smell of pumpkin pie baking. Apple candles burning and comfort food! :) sigh.

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: Indiana Chevy Dealers

My favorite part of fall is the crispness in the air. Gotta love long sleeves without snow and freezing cold!

Chris Theisen

 

Oct 11, 2010 by: joanna

Fall is NOT my favorite season, but I do enjoy the trees changing color. We always try to take a day trip south toward Bloomington to see the forests ablaze with color.

 
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