Make Memorial Day Memories

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

Here’s where you can make Memorial Day Weekend Memories:

Begin your Memorial Day weekend at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. Did you know the tallest flagpole in the National Park Service waves free at the National Memorial? Take a hike through the Trail of Twelve Stones. Learn about the Lincoln family’s lifestyle at the Living Historical Farm. Then, stop by the Visitor’s Center to pick up a souvenir. There’s lots to see indoor and outdoor as you make special memories at Indiana’s first National Park.

Lincoln State Park is right across the street from Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. Take another opportunity to trace the steps of Abraham Lincoln and reflect on what life was like during the fourteen years young Abe spent growing up in southern Indiana. Camp, swim, and hike the very land he walked. You may even make some of the same memories Abe made as he explored the land.

What’s a holiday without some family fun? And, what’s better than free soft drinks, free sunscreen, free parking, and free Wi-Fi? Enjoy all of those perks as well as admission to both parks when you purchase tickets to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari.

Plan to stay at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort if you love tons of on-site amenities. Lake Rudolph also offers several different types of lodging options. Rent an RV for an authentic camping experience. Need more space? No problem! Choose from vacation rentals such as the Holiday Cottage or Rudolph’s Christmas Cabins.

Grilling and cookouts are often associated with Memorial Day Weekend. If you’ve been craving flame-kissed food, you’re in luck. We’ve listed local lodging options that offer grills in this blog post.

Whatever you do this Memorial Day Weekend, make it memorable! Share some time laughing, playing, and creating stories that will last a lifetime.

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