As we have previously mentioned, we have Visitor Centers in Carmel, Noblesville & Fishers. These centers are staffed by great Hamilton County and Central Indiana residents who offer advice, ideas, trip suggestions, directions, brochures and a broad knowledge base to those visiting Hamilton County, Indiana. We recently asked them what they would do as a Hamilton County visitor - over the next few weeks, I will be sharing their thoughts on the blog. Enjoy!
Visitor Center employee, Katie, had this to say on what she would do as a Hamilton County, Indiana visitor: If I were a visitor to Hamilton County, I would definitely be sure to spend the night on the White River Campgrounds in Cicero. This would allow me and my family to stay right on the west bank of the beautiful White River. The White River Canoe Company is conveniently located just a short drive into Noblesville, where we could rent a canoe for the day and spend our time leisurely fishing. We would stop in at Alexander's On The Square, located in Noblesville, for a tasty lunch, then make our way over to Morse Park and Beach for some relaxing time swimming and enjoying one another's company. As for dinner, we could stop at The Hamilton Restaurant for a good family meal. This restaurant in Noblesville is on the Tenderloin Trail, so we could stop in for a taste of their take on this midwestern classic, the pork tenderloin.
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