Down By The River
If there's one thing we look forward to every summer, it's a fun visit to Holiday World. This year was made more interesting by two developments: we now have three young children to share the fun with and we were offered a three-day, two-night whirlwind tour of this attraction-packed stretch of Southern Indiana.
In addition to Holiday World, the family was treated to a taste of the many different attractions visitors to the Ohio River counties between the larger cities of Evansville and Louisville can enjoy.
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Dr. Ted's Musical Marvels -- I can honestly say I've never seen anything quite like this impressive collection of vintage mechanical musical instruments.
Lake Rudolph Campground -- The campground boasts over 100 family rental R.V.s and cabins.
Lincoln Boyhood Home -- Its always interesting to see the place where one of our most revered presidents grew up
Frosty's Fun Center -- we enjyed an evening for pizza and miniature golf
Buffalo Run -- Our children loved seeing the small heard of Buffalo and one curious ostrich
Holiday World -- It is still the most family-friendly amusement park in the world!
Leavenworth Inn -- My family isn't accustomed to five-star accommodations, but this must be what it's like
Overlook Restaurant -- The view from the Overlook is simply breathtaking
Marengo Cave -- The area had been recently devestated by tornados and the damage was evident as we passed through the town of Marengo and even the drive up to the cave