Subscribe & Save!
Subscribe now and save 50% off the cover price of the Indianapolis Monthly magazine.


Read More

Hermitage Farm Near Lexington Has It All In One Place

The thoroughbreds, bourbon, fine art and fine dining ensure there’s something for everybody.

Read More

The Official Guide To Glamping In The Midwest

It’s time to get back to nature… within reason, of course.

default featured image
Read More

When You Absolutely, Positively Must Camp With A $150 Cooler

For those completely abandoning the concept of “roughing it,” these products make glamping even more plush.

Nomad Ridge
Read More

Nomad Ridge At The Wilds

Yes, rural southeast Ohio is a location for glamping.

The Mohicans
Read More

The Mohicans, In Northeast Ohio

More fun with treehouses.

Train Cabooses
Read More

The Best Camping Spots Somewhere Between Glamping And Roughing It

Luxury tents are fun, but so traditional. Here are a few closer-to-nature alternatives.

The Eco Camp
Read More

The Eco Camp, In Northern Ohio

You know you want to see what a “solar-powered tent city” is like.

Coadys' Point of View Resort
Read More

Coady’s Point Of View Resort, In Wisconsin

This resort near the Wisconsin-Michigan border is sparse, but luxurious.

Beaver Island Retreat
Read More

Beaver Island Retreat, In Up-North Michigan

For when you want to glamp with about 550 of your new best aquatic friends.

Camp Long Creek
Read More

Camp Long Creek At Big Cedar Lodge

Down near Branson, this resort offers golf and more.

Read More

Under Canvas, In The Great Smoky Mountains

For the environmentally-conscious glamper.

Read More

Our Semi-Comprehensive Guide To Lebanon

Where to eat, play, shop and more in the town to the north.

Indy Scream Park
Read More

Indy Scream Park Is Still Here To Scare You… Safely, Of Course

Even from six feet away, the park has dreamed up clever ways to conduct pandemic-safe horror.

Food from Blackberry Mountain
Read More

Blackberry Mountain Is The Luxe Fall Getaway You Didn’t Know You Needed

The Tennessee resort caters to non-campers who still want to get outdoors.

Read More

Editor’s Note: Let’s Talk “Don’t Talk Politics”

In addition to our cover package on glamping, this month’s issue contains another story on big tents: the political kind.