*Main Street Laundry, open 24/7 with coin changer and soap dispenser available.
*Local restaurants, grocery, bank and post office are located in the town of Shoals.
*Tranquil Inn Spa is truly a rejuvenating experience. Indulge yourself and enhance the overall well-being of your mind and body.
*Overlook Park is a panoramic view that showcases all that we have to offer in scenic Martin County. A map and tourist information is available on-site.
*Jug Rock is a massive 60 foot high sandstone formation may be viewed by a walk along a 60 yard woodland path from the marked roadside turnout, west of Shoals on US 50.
*The Pinnacle Rock Bluff(directly across from the cabin) is a geological rock formation along a cliff overlooking the East Fork of the White River at Shoals. Views of the valley at the top of the Pinnacle are worth the uphill hike to this “tower of rock”.
*House Rock Bluff (1/4mile north of the cabin) is where Indians and the first settlers used the “rock houses” as meeting places, conventions centers of their day. It is formed by two several hundred-ton sandstone blocks slipping on the weak underlying foundation and lodging upon each other. This particular formation is the greatest of the cave shelters along the White River.
*Bluffs of Beaver Bend is a peninsula of land containing over a mile of river frontage along the White River with a varied terrain and unusual diversity.
*Spout Springs is a cold and clear water continues to flow from the ground at Spout Springs.
*Williams Dam & Covered Bridge formerly a site of a power plant, the Williams dam is still in place holding the White River back and raising the water level to provide drinking water for Bedford and Mitchell. The raised water level also provides boating and fishing for sportsmen. South of the dam, just down the road, is the wooden covered bridge. In 1981, the bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
*Hindostan Falls is the first county seat of Martin County, is worth visiting to view the low, wide waterfall and to learn the social history of the former village of Hindostan Falls.
*Martin State Forest visitor may discover many hiking trails, nature studies, wild foraging, hunting, picnicking, shelter houses and playgrounds.
*Blue Spring Caverns take you below the surface to explore what lies below. Tour guides pilot custom tour boats along the course of a subterranean river for over a mile, pointing out the natural forces that are yet at work creating great chambers below the rolling hills.
*Spring Mill State Park is taking a step back in time to the early 1860’s, from the pioneer village with 20 historical structures, rock and cave exploring to visiting the Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom Memorial.
*Lakeview Golf Course & Amish Restuarant is located at West Boggs Lake; this 9-hole course has a beautiful view of the lake.
*French Lick Golf course has the rolling hills of southern Indiana that provide a beautiful yet challenging golf destination.
*French Lick Casino is a 51,000 square foot Vegas-style gaming facility all on one floor with soaring 27-foot ceilings. A newly expanded non-smoking gaming area offers the latest state-of-the-art slot machines and live-action blackjack, roulette and craps tables.
*French Lick Winery has award-winning wines that are produced on site. Visitors can observe our production facility via observation windows in our tasting room. They have received over 250 medals in state, national and international competitions.
*Lark Valley Zip Lines has 11zip lines that extend over one mile through the beautiful woods of Southern Indiana and over a scenic lake. We are located on Hwy 150 between Shoals and French Lick.
*Lark Ranch has many activities such as the corn maze, pumpkin patch, wagon ride, gem mining, dinosaur dig, bouncy house, pony rides, a weaving exhibition, and many other activities
*French Lick Indoor Karting the most popular option is the “arrive & drive” racing. Arrive & drive racing is an 8 minute heat race.
*Indiana Railway Museum located in French Lick, IN. You will ride aboard historic pieces of rail equipment on a 1-3/4hour, 20mile road rail ride. While on your journey the train will pass through portions of the Hoosier National Forest, the 2200-foot Burton Tunnel and past impressive limestone rock cuts. Special trips are scheduled through-out the year including the Haunted Train Ride and Polar Express Train Ride!
*Gasthof Amish Village on 92 acres include a hotel, a restaurant, antiques and craft shops, and access to a 25 acre lake. Our large buffet is famous for its authentic Amish recipes prepared by Amish women and served in a rustic building, constructed by Amish carpenters in traditional mortise-tenon joints and pegs style, using Indiana oak and poplar timber. Our bakery makes fresh homemade pies, bread, noodles, cookies and cakes every day.