Orange County Indiana Lodging
Overnight Vacation Cabins in Southern Indiana
Fun filled southern Indiana family vacations in Orange County, French Lick, West Baden,
Monroe County & Brown County Indiana. Romantic Vacation Cabins in these southern Indiana counties are also perfect getaway weekend destinations. In Orange County, along with Paoli Peaks Ski Resort, you will find a variety of lodgings (besides the well know hotels at French Lick and West Baden Springs) including The Wilstem Guest Ranch, A Little Cabin in the Woods, The Lost Resort of French Lick, and a Big Log Cabin in the Clouds.
Take a French Lick Vacation soon. Be sure to visit the historic French Lick and West Baden Springs hotels, the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington and the historic artists' colony of Nashville, Indiana.
Check the Orange County Indiana Visitor Information for the history of this great vacation destination as well as lodging and activities available.
Click here for Availability in Brown County Indiana close to Brown County State Park, Little Nashville Opry, Bean Blossom Bluegrass Jamboree and the quaint artists' colony of Nashville, Indiana.
Click here for Availability in Bloomington, Indiana close to the campus of Indiana University, IU football, basketball, soccer,
IU Auditorium, IU Law School, Kelly School of Business and the Jacobs School of Music.
Bloomington, Indiana, county seat and geographical center of Monroe County, lies in the heart of
the limestone area in south-central Indiana on State Road 37, 50 miles
south of Indianapolis, In and 98 miles northwest of Louisville, KY.
Average snowfall is 12 inches. Downhill skiers & tubers take advantage of this close to home at at Paoli Peaks in Orange County.
Other seasons can be enjoyed outdoors at Lake Monroe Reservoir, Lake Lemon,
McCormick's Creek State Park, Morgan-Monroe State Forest & Cedar Bluffs Nature Conservancy.
The quaint artists' colony of Nashville, Indiana is a destination for five million
midwest families each year. IU students & parents love Brown County Indiana.
The T.C. Steele State Historic Site, Yellowwood
State Forest, Selma Steele Nature Preserve and Brown County State Park, Nashville's visitors enjoy a
wide variety of acivities in the hills of southern Indiana, not the least
of which is browsing the quaint Nashville Indiana antique, arts & crafts shops.
Visitors enjoy bluegrass music in Bean Blossom, country music at the Little Opry and line dancing on the best dance floor in the midwest at Mike's Dance Barn.