Pete Dye, the Picasso of golf course design, began his career in Indianapolis when he transitioned from insurance sales to golf course builder. His work in the dirt is the foundation of modern golf course design and building. A trifecta of Dye-abolical golf courses in the Hamilton County area are a part of The Pete Dye Trail, a collection of Dye tracks that stretch from Culver to French Lick.

Here in Hamilton County, we have more than 500 miles of trails to explore by foot or bike. But we’re also home to a rather tasty trail unlike any other: the Tenderloin Trail, a meandering path that celebrates the uniquely Hoosier sandwich.

We take our tenderloins seriously here – in fact, we made our own semi-holiday called Tenderloin Tuesdays where foodies can feast on tenderloins and take advantage of great deals at more than 25 participating local restaurants on Tuesdays June 26-July 31, 2018.

Before we send you off on your dining adventure, read through our Tenderloin 101 crash course so you’re in the know on what’s between the bread.

Celebrate the 4th of July in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield, Indiana this year. Here are things to do for Independence Day in central Indiana, including details on where to see fireworks and parades.

There’s something extra special when you find a one-of-a-kind treasure after hours of browsing. Antique stores are chock-full of hidden gems, neat knick-knacks and historic pieces. Below, we highlight just a few of the places you can go antique shopping in Carmel, Noblesville and Westfield, Indiana.

Central Indiana’s best kept secret is secret no more. North of Noblesville, Indiana along IN-37 is Strawtown Koteewi Park, a nature lover’s dream of 750 acres of trails and adventure. But there’s more than hiking paths and bird watching. Here, you can shoot a bow and arrow, zipline through the trees, ride a horse, camp overnight and discover Native American history.

This is your guide to exploring Strawtown Koteewi Park and its six attractions.