First step, book your hotel! You'll need a great place to clean up. But don't worry, at an average of $110 a night, they won't clean out your wallet.
Getaway suggestions for the fit family:
-Head to Noble Coffee & Tea and wake up at locally owned Noblesville favorite with plenty of space for kids. Get into the spirit of this getaway with a dirty chai ($6)
-Enjoy a picnic lunch at one of the many great parks Hamilton County offers. Enjoy the sights or fly a kite at Coxhall Gardens, hike the trails at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, enjoy the playgrounds at Forest Park or visit the nature center at Cool Creek Park. All of which are free for visitors! (Free)
-Go fishing on the White River, Geist or Morse reservoirs. You'll be sure to find a new favorite fishing hole. Bryan at Schwartz Bait and Tackle will (fishing) hook you up. ($9 for a day pass, $20 for supplies)
Getaway suggestions for the couple's adventure:
-Get started with two (much more romantic) choices for your dirty chai: Hubbard + Cravens and Cafe Patachou. In addition to great coffee and tea, they both serve up some specialty breakfasts you won't want to skip ($30 per couple)
-After breakfast, start your adventure in Hamilton County without even going off-road. Rent bikes and work up a sweat on the Monon. Enjoy a more romantic cruise around the Carmel Arts and Design District. The area is packed with art galleries and shopping, which couples can enjoy for free. ($3 per hour bike rental)
-After working up an appetite, head to MudBugs Cajun Cafe for some award winning dirty rice. (Between $10-30 per couple)
-Lastly, stay in theme and order dirty martinis at the Matt The Miller's Tavern in Carmel or try the local craft brew Dirty Helen Brown Ale at Barley Island Brewing Company in Noblesville. ($14 for two)
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