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Check Out Our New Neighbors

Posted on Monday, April 7th, 2014 in Indiana Dunes, Nature

  By Ken Kosky Something cool showed up at here at the Indiana Dunes Visitor Center this week: a pair of Killdeer. Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher – or just someone who thinks it’s cool when a bird you don’t see every day shows up – you’d appreciate seeing what we saw.  This #DunesBirding photo … Continued

Indiana Dunes a top Midwest birding spot

Posted on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 in Indiana Dunes, Nature

By Ken Kosky The Indiana Dunes region is one of the best spots in the Midwest for birdwatching, and spring is the time of year when birders are rewarded with the biggest variety and quantity of birds. To kick off the peak spring birding season, Indiana Dunes Tourism has launched a special birding webpage which features … Continued

Get out and enjoy September with these activities!

Posted on Thursday, September 5th, 2013 in Nature

  September is my favorite month for hiking and other outdoor activities, and there are plenty of events from the Indiana Dunes all the way south to The Nature Conservancy’s property. First, check outIndiana Dunes State Park’s website or calendar for such fun events as the Friday evening (Sept. 13) Dunes Candlelight Walk with ghost stories, … Continued

Indiana Dunes Tourism and DunesWalk Inn team up to showcase natural, historic, and cultural treasures

Posted on Thursday, August 19th, 2010 in Art , Music, Theater, History, Nature

Join Indiana Dunes Tourism, DunesWalk Inn owners, and Chesterton/Duneland Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the launch of the Beyond the Beach Discovery Trail and the opening of the new DunesWalk Inn! Stop by 1491 North Furnleigh Lane in Chesterton on Thursday, August 26th between 5 and 7:00 p.m. to learn about treasures along the Beyond … Continued

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