Comfort Inn & Suites
3400 N. Marleon Dr.
Muncie, IN 47304
Phone: (765) 587-0294
Fax: (765) 587-0298
Enjoy a fun-day out with your family Escapades Family Fun Center which is known for having recreational activities for all age-groups. This amusement park features a 3 story indoor maze with slides, tunnels and a special play area for toddlers. Also, there are 20 arcade games.
Prepare to be taken on a journey through time and space as you stroll through the galleries of the David Owsley Museum of Art. This fabulous museum forms a part of the Ball State University campus. With a collection that spans a time period of over 5,ooo years, the David Owsley Museum of Art is a kind of cultural time capsule that lies open at your feet, waiting to be explored.
Minnetrista has a museum, expansive sculpture gardens and a cultural center. Walk through the Wishing Well, Oakhurst, Colonnade, Rose and Children's Gardens and discover contemporary and thought-provoking sculptures. Explore a historic mansion, then head to the museum to study the family life, entertainment industry and local history of Indiana. This center is the site of four major annual festivals.
Cool off with a dip in the pool, or enjoy a leisurely picnic with family and friends at Tuhey Park. With its splendid playground and splash pad, the park is a great place to bring the kids to as well.
Housed within a beautifully restored historic building, the Muncie Civic Theatre offers a year round program of music concerts, theater productions and comedy shows. All of the performers are either local artists or university students from the Ball State University, nearby. Located in Downtown Muncie, the theater is cultural gem that is recognized for its splendid architectural beauty and performing arts program.
This community park is easily one of the city's largest, and features a host of recreational facilities including baseball diamonds, picnic tables, a soap-box derby track and a playground. The land on which McCulloch Park lays sprawled was donated by its namesake, George McCulloch, in 1872.
The Cardinal Greenway spans a distance of 62 miles, along what was originally a rail route between the cities of Marion and Richmond in Indiana. This recreational trail is Indiana's longest, and offers an opportunity to indulge in hiking, biking and horseback riding.
Tonne Winery offers a selection of 19 unique and flavorful wines that range from dry whites and full-bodied reds, to sweeter fruit varieties. The Winery boasts a splendid tasting room where you can sample their fine offerings and purchase an bottle or two to take home with you.
The New Corner Brewing Company is a local brewery that offers discerning beer lovers a selection of unique and bold hand-crafted beers. Stop by the brewery for a tour of the facility or to purchase a growler full of your favorite. You can also sample New Corner's amazing creations at a number of regional bars.
Prairie Creek Reservoir comprises of 2000 acres (809.37 hectares) of pure nature. With a number of trails including one for horse riding and amenities for boating and fishing, Prairie Creek is a lovely spot for a day of fun and frolic, with a picnic in the midst of the wild.
Chesterfield Spiritualist Camp District is a spiritual camp that makes up an entire district in Chesterfield, Indiana. This historic camp was established in 1886 as the center of the Indiana Association of Spiritualists, who offer a number of spiritual services such as faith healing, psychic reading, spiritual development, seminary etc. The camp has seen many popular students, like Don Kemp, a well known spiritual medium. Today, the camp has a number of programs for the spiritually inclined ones, along with other amenities. Others can just visit the place due to its historic and architectural significance.
Mounds State Park is one of the best outing spots in Ames. This park features many nature trails and has hiking facilities. The park also houses a swimming area and a wildlife center for the enthusiasts. In addition to this, it is known for the 10 historic structures from 160 BCE. It has picnic areas and camping facilities making it a great outing spot.