Reindeer Auto Transport - Points of Interest
Eagle Creek Park features more than 1,400 acres of water and 3,900 acres of forest. It offers a wide variety of activities just minutes from downtown. Visitors enjoy fishing, boating, hiking, and more. You may even catch a glimpse of a bald eagle.
The park is supported by the Eagle Creek Park Foundation. Visit the foundation’s website to learn about efforts to protect and improve the park for current and future generations.
View the Eagle Creek Park history booklet for a brief history of the land and the people that occupied it.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is an automobile racing circuit located in Speedway, Indiana, in the United States. It is the home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400, and formerly the home of the United States Grand Prix.
This museum is full of extraordinary learning experiences across the arts, sciences and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families.
Known affectionately as Mass Ave, this five-block area is ripe with theaters, restaurants, art galleries, and, most attractively for shoppers, a number of eclectic, independent boutiques. You'll encounter unique finds on each block, from Stout's Shoes (the nation's oldest shoe store, established in 1886), to Silver In The City/At Home In The City (offering silver jewelry and unique gift items), to The Best Chocolate In Town (which is fairly self-descriptive). Venture to the Athenaeum for a stein of German lager in the historic Rathskeller biergarten, try local craft beers at Ralston's Drafthouse, or sip a cocktail at the prohibition-era ball&biscuit. Foodies can indulge in American-modern cuisine at Mesh or take down a platter of tacos at Bakersfield. Take in Indy culture at its finest on Mass Ave, “45 Degrees from Ordinary.”
Only a mile and a half from downtown Indianapolis, Fountain Square is located at the intersection of Virginia Avenue at Shelby and Prospect Streets. Fountain Square was the first commercial historic district in Indiana, its existing buildings span more than a century of development from 1871 to the present. Today, Fountain Square is one of the six Indianapolis Cultural Districts and is linked to the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, a world class urban bike and pedestrian path that connects to downtown Indianapolis. The commercial district is poised once again for reinvestment and improvement to continue the tradition as a vibrant entertainment area.
Twenty minutes north of downtown Indy, this neighborhood offers a lively mix of bars and clubs, as well as art galleries, restaurants, and shopping. One-of-a-kind shops include the Indy CD & Vinyl record shop, art shops, and much more!
Fort Harrison is a state park for many seasons for many reasons. Patrons may enjoy visiting the park year round, especially in winter since Fort Harrison features one of the biggest sledding hills in the area. Spring is the season to walk with the woodland wildflowers in full bloom across the park. Summer is the perfect time for a canoe trip down Fall Creek, the major water feature that runs through the north side of Fort Harrison. Autumn brings warm, sunny days and breathtaking fall colors to this, the last forested corner left in Marion County.
Carmel City Center is a dining and shopping destination in Carmel, Indiana. Shop the boutiques and stores for clothes, gifts, jewelry and more. Restaurant options include Cake Bake Shop, from Oprah's O List, this high-end bakery offering cakes, pastries and magical experiences, Eggshell Bistro, a European-inspired brunch spot; divvy, a small-plates eatery; Books & Brews, a local brewery with a literary theme; Matt the Miller’s Tavern, a pub with classic American fare and more.
Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, is a destination like no other. The thoughtfully designed 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus offers a field for almost any sport.
The field sports portion of the campus includes 31 multi-purpose fields, seven of which are synthetic turf and eight are fully lit. These fields are best suited for soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse. The diamond portion of the campus includes 26 baseball/softball diamonds, eight of which are synthetic turf and all are lit.