While this area of Indiana doesn’t get nearly as much snow as our northern neighbors, wintry weather is always a possibility. And when those somewhat-rare snow days do happen, they turn this area into an even more magical place!
Snow days also make for some truly great photo ops. That’s why we’re cracking open the photo archives to share a few of our favorite wintertime pics.
So, grab a hot cup of cocoa and settle in for a walk through this winter wonderland!
Welcome to Santa Claus
The dusting of snow gives the welcome sign a wonderful wintry touch and greets visitors in an extra-special way.
Lincoln State Park
With swimming, hiking, picnics, and more, summertime at Lincoln State Park is an outdoor-lover’s dream. But the park in winter might just be a photographer’s dream!
Historic Santa Claus Statue
Standing 22 feet tall, the statue at the Santa Claus Museum & Village is already pretty eye-catching. But in the snow? It’s pure magic!
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
The cabin at the Living Historical Farm inside Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is possibly one of the area’s most photographed sites…. in every season!
Santa’s Candy Castle
There’s not much sweeter than seeing the unique Santa’s Candy Castle dusted in a coating of sugar-white snow!
Saint Meinrad Archabbey
A blanket of snow is the perfect backdrop for the amazing architecture at Saint Meinrad Archabbey.