Are you looking for ways to save money on your vacation? If you’re camping around the Indianapolis area, our Greenwood RV Rentals & Sales team has a few suggestions on how you can have fun for free in the greater Indy area.
1. Garfield Park
In addition to enjoying the Garfield Park amenities, you can spend an evening or two enjoying some of the special events offered through Indy Parks. They feature regular outdoor concerts, with musical guests like the Indianapolis Jazz Orchestra or Barton Rogers Big Band. You can bring a blanket and snack and catch a movie on the lawn the last Saturday of each month at 9 p.m. If you’re a fan of theatre, you can also enjoy The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, presented by the Garfield Shakespeare Company, on Fridays and Saturdays from late August to early September. Most events at the park are free and open to the public.
2. White River State Park
Located right downtown, White River State Park is a great place to take a stroll, enjoy the canal, check out the public art displays, or take a bike ride. You can find ways to spend money, such as by taking a gondola ride, attending an Indianapolis Indians game, or checking out the Indianapolis Zoo. However, you don’t have to break the bank to have fun at Indiana’s only urban state park. Check out the calendar of attractions and events on the park website for details.
3. First Friday Art Tour
Each month (on the first Friday), you can check out about 25 local art galleries for free! The art tour is self-guided, so you can take your time and enjoy a few galleries and grab something to eat and drink nearby, or you may be an art enthusiast who wants to see all 25 at once. The choice is yours!
To save money on accommodations in Indy, check out our current RV rental specials. At Greenwood RV, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with an affordable camper or travel trailer for their getaway. You shouldn’t have to break the bank to have a good time. Check out our motorhomes, and to make a reservation, contact us at (317) 413-0817, or book online.
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