InstaIndiana winners revealed; 2019 travel materials available

Monday, January 7, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development Monday announced the winners of the InstaIndiana online voting contest.

With locations in the voting list covering all types of places to explore in Indiana like parks, agritourism destinations, wineries, outdoor recreation places, sports venues, downtowns, museums and zoos, here is the list of the top ten most Instagram-worthy places:

1. Brown County State Park

2. Indiana Dunes State Park

3. Turkey Run State Park

4. Clifty Falls State Park

5. French Lick Resort

6. McCormick’s Creek State Park

7. Michigan City Lighthouse/Pier

8 Indiana University

9. Patoka Lake

10. Pokagon State Park

Instagram users can tag @visitindiana or use #H2GIndiana for a chance to be featured on the Visit Indiana Instagram feed.

With the new official 2019 Indiana Travel Guide and Roadway Map, visitors and Hoosiers alike have the chance to snap their own Instagram photos.

Download the guide and map by going to, visit an Indiana rest area or welcome centers to pick up a copy or call (800) 677-9800 to receive one.

“Indiana Tourism hit record numbers for visitors and visitor spending in 2017, and we want to keep the momentum going,” Crouch said. “The Indiana Travel Guide is a comprehensive resource with information on attractions, entertainment, special events, recreation, restaurants and lodging options throughout the state.”

The cover of the official 2019 Travel Guide features the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site in Rome City, while the cover of the official 2019 Indiana Roadway Map, sponsored by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, shows the flower quilts at the Muensterberg Plaza and Clock Tower in Berne.

The map includes a mileage chart, Indiana State Police and emergency contact information, and multiple advertisements from some of Indiana’s most popular cultural and tourist destinations

All publications are free and can be ordered online at or by calling (800) 677-9800.

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