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Dreams of Duneland bus tour planned

Posted on Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 in History, Nature

  Chesterton, IN – Dr. Ken Schoon’s new book, Dreams of Duneland, is the inspiration for a sweeping tour that will change the way you think about the region. An educator, geologist, author and Northwest Indiana native, Dr. Schoon is retired from the School of Education at Indiana University Northwest following a 40 year career. The … 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 outside & lend a hand: 3 cool “hands-on” opportunties

Posted on Monday, January 31st, 2011 in Nature

Want to do more than just visit the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore? Take advantage of one (or more) of the following three opportunities to really get involved! Saturday Feb 5, 2011 9:00am-1:00 pm: The Indiana Coastal Cooperative Weed Management Area team is working with Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore to put together an army to battle … Continued

Get outside & lend a hand: 3 cool “hands-on” opportunties

Posted on Monday, January 31st, 2011 in Nature

Want to do more than just visit the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore? Take advantage of one (or more) of the following three opportunities to really get involved! Saturday Feb 5, 2011 9:00am-1:00 pm: The Indiana Coastal Cooperative Weed Management Area team is working with Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore to put together an army to battle … Continued

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Indiana Dunes

Nature’s Masterpiece

Did you know the Indiana Dunes has a 15-mile coastline with sandy beaches, more than 70 miles of hiking trails and more than 350 species of birds? Explore the Indiana Dunes, then shake off the sand south of the dunes with great lodging, dining, shopping and attractions.