Where to Stay
After a day of visiting our festivals or walking one of the trails, you’ll want to be able to relax and rest your head on a comfortable pillow. Indiana County has so much to offer, and you might find that it’s hard to fit everything that you want to do into one day. Consider staying overnight in order to truly experience Indiana County.
One special way to make your trip memorable is by staying at one of Indiana County’s stunning bed and breakfast establishments. You can truly relax and unwind here. Located in picturesque areas, these bed and breakfasts can offer you meals, in-room televisions, large garden tubs, high-speed internet access and a friendly host who can provide advice and assistance.
If you’d like to see more of the beautiful Indiana County scenery, why not put yourself right in the middle of nature and stay at one of the four local campgrounds? You can bring your own camper or can even rent one at certain campsite locations.
Our Indiana County cottages and cabins offer amenities that you might not find in a hotel room, such as spacious kitchens and your own driveway. Renting a cottage or cabin is a wonderful way of enjoying the sites while still getting all of the benefits of staying in your own private building.
Take a look at the variety of options you have when you choose to stay in an Indiana County hotel or motel. These facilities offer extras that many travelers have come to expect, such as high-speed internet, large swimming pools, on-site fitness areas and more.
If you’re planning on staying a little longer, contact someone at any of Indiana County’s rental facilities. You can find spacious and affordable places to stay while you live, work, study and visit here.
Find more information about where to stay in Indiana County and explore your options by clicking any of the links to the left.