Summertime in Terre Haute means exploring the great outdoors, relaxing poolside or packing up your cooler and blanket for an outdoor concert. Whether you are looking for adrenaline-pumping experiences or a relaxing day by the pool, Terre Haute has something for all ages and interests.
Soaking in the warm weather at the Deming Park Pool is just one of the many ways to make a splash in the Crossroads of America this year. For college students staying around town for the summer, visitors traveling in for a bit to sightsee and visit family and even residents who call this community home – Terre Haute’s development and weather are heating up quickly, so follow along to see all the Haute to-do’s this summer.
The summertime is exciting for ample reasons, but most often it is so much easier to become more active when you have good weather to enjoy while breaking a sweat. From watching your child’s tournaments at soccer fields, picking up a game at the pickleball courts with your best friend or playing 18 holes at the golf course, we guarantee you will be visiting one of the many See You In Terre Haute sports and recreation recommendations below:
These sports and recreation options are just a small sample of all the local offerings. To see a compiled list of all sports and recreation options, visit the See You In Terre Haute Sports page.
When it comes to getting into the swing of summertime, remember to stay cool and hydrated.
If you prefer to make a splash this summer, Terre Haute offers plenty of opportunities to take a dip in the pool at Deming Park Pool, Terre Haute Campground and Vigo County YMCA Pool. You can also hit the beach for an all-day extravaganza with your loved ones at Fowler Park Beach and Lazy L Lake And Campground.
The best medicine to cure too much sun is some good, old-fashioned air conditioning. Go visit some of the top-tier museums in the country, offered right here in Terre Haute. They are unique, accessible and ever-changing with new exhibits. See You In Terre Haute offers a list of all Terre Haute Museums, here.
To keep with the sports theme, did you know Terre Haute offers an Indiana Association Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Museum? The historic Swope Art Museum has been open since 1942 and strives to exhibit local, unique artists. Also, exploring all three floors of the Terre Haute Children's Museum offers fun learning for everyone, even the “big kids.” Most famously, the Vigo County History Center, has been called one of the best museums in Indiana by local historians.
For live music lovers, The Mill is a hot spot in the summer, so if you’re looking for pre-planned events this summer, check out the latest See You In Terre Blog, “See You in Terre Haute at The Mill.” Looking for more ideas? Check out 25 Free Things To Do In Terre Haute.
Stay up to date as more summer events, both outside and indoors, continue to be released on See You In Terre Haute Events. There is a lot to look forward to this year, and Terre Haute is the perfect vacation for visitors and staycation for residents. See You In Terre Haute this summer!
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