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Recent Indiana reviews

  • Cozy getaway

    "Very nice clean and cozy get away..would use again"
    Guest: Jayhawk Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014
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  • Vacation in Indiana

    "This is our second time to stay here. We so enjoyed the quiet time, and the beautiful views. Saw lots of turtles around the lily pads and even met some neighbors. Our Granddaughters were able to play outside and catch fire flies, they ran bare footed in the grass, and played until 10:30 at night. We were able to sit outside on the deck and enjoy the view. The cottage is the perfect size, and has everything a person could need. Thanks you for making our stay extra special..."
    Guest: Shirley H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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  • Excellent for several families, reunions, etc

    "Just stayed there last week of July 2014. I was nervous taking 24 people to one house and coach house but the combination of the two accommodated our family reunion perfectly. Everyone had a comfortable place to sleep and all of the rooms were fairly equal in size and surprisingly private with the way the second floor is laid out. Bathrooms were large enough that sharing one with two couples didn't feel cramped. Enough plates/cups/silverware/cooking utensils for everyone and all good quality. Two double toasters, two coffee makers in main house. But the best part about this property, in my opinion, is the huge grassy park right out front. We played soccer in the park, bags, ladder toss, and enjoyed apps and wine on the picnic table there. You can also sit on the house's screen porch and comfortably watch the little kids in the park. There are only a few properties next to the park so it felt like our huge private yard. We had kids ages 3-15. The beach is of course amazing, and it's a few minutes to walk there but little kids were fine. We'll book the house again the next time the reunion is in the Midwest."
    Guest: Molly S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 3, 2014
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  • Perfect Family Retreat!

    "Hi Jen, Just wanted to let you know that we had a fabulous time! Your lake house was perfect! Beautiful, very comfortable and stocked with everything we could need. Great location too …. Our kiddos were able to go back and forth to their cousin’s house and to the beach with no problem. The week went by way too fast though, so I’m thinking that a two week stay is in order for next year! Thank you for everything! We really enjoyed our stay! :) Yolanda"
    Guest: yolandacj Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 30, 2014
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Brookville Lake Travel Tips

Brookville Lake Vacation Rentals Are Conveniently Located

Created in 1968 as part of the Whitewater River in Indiana, Brookville Lake is a small town with a big secret. Visitors to Brookville Lake vacation rentals know what it is. It is the incredible scenery that makes this place so special. Brookville Lake is situated in Franklin County, Indiana, just 60 miles from Indianapolis and close to Richmond. It is also within an easy distance of Cincinnati and Oxford, Ohio. It is convenient for State roads 101 and 252 and close to Interstate 74. The town sits in a scenic valley between the east and west forks of Whitewater River.

Brookville Lake houses for Small-Town Charm and Big Outdoor Adventures

When staying at Brookville Lake houses, visitors will find themselves in a welcoming town with much to offer its guests. There are excellent restaurants and stores to cater for any need. And the nearby town of Metamora, with its 19th-century charm, provides over 100 stores with antiques and local crafts in addition to yet more restaurants. Here, visitors can stroll along the Whitewater Canal to see the only working wooden aqueduct in the country and the restored Grist Mill Museum. Or take a relaxing scenic trip on The Ben Franklin III, a horse-drawn canal boat, followed by a ride on the historic Whitewater Railroad. At Oldenburg, also known as the "Village of Spires," visitors will enjoy the wonderful architecture and German influence. The town dates from 1830 and earned its nickname from the many churches. The town celebrates its German heritage annually with a "freudenfest," literally a festival of fun during July. Visitors are welcome to join the local residents for German beer, food, music and family fun.

The city of Richmond is a wonderful day trip to take. Here, visitors may explore the Art Museum with its permanent exhibition of American Impressionists art among the fascinating works. There is also the Starr Gennett Foundation, where visitors can learn more about the music of Gennett Records. Also in Richmond is the Wayne County Historical Museum to see exhibits such as the Dolls and Dolls Houses, furniture, cameras and old wooden models. The Hayes Arboretum is over 450 acres of trees, plants and shrubs, as well as the Nature Center set in an 1830s-style dairy barn, a museum, and features include Hopewell Indian burial mounds, ponds, wetlands and fields. It is a wonderful place to explore and learn.

A Peaceful Location with Plenty of Action

The anglers head to Brookville Lake lodging for the great fishing. The lake is home to game fish such as bass, muskie and walleyes. Golfers enjoy the region for the excellent facilities and equestrian enthusiasts love the many riding trails around the county. Of course, the nearby Whitewater River provides those who enjoy boating, canoeing and kayaking the opportunity to enjoy these as well as waterskiing.

Those who enjoy wildlife may enjoy the Wolf Creek Habitat and Rescue Center. This center provides visitors will the opportunity to understand more about these mysterious and beautiful creatures. The county is home to many species of birds and wildlife like white tail deer and wild turkeys. Visitors here will find a variety of wading birds and waterfowl. Species such as coots, canvas back, greater Canada geese, sandhill cranes, mallards and widgeons all visit here. There is even the possibility to spot a bald eagle. Evenings bring the barred owls out with their haunting calls.

Brookville Lake Lodging Are Great Homes with Luxurious Extras

Brookville Lake lodging is available in a wide variety of locations and in an array of sizes to suit any requirement. Homes with wonderful extras such as BBQs and wonderful outdoor space, big screen TVs with entertainment systems, hot tubs, and much more await visitors.

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