Sugar Creek meanders lazily through the town of Crawfordsville, Indiana, sweetened by the maple trees lining its banks, at least according to local lore. But picturesque streams and canyons aren’t the only thing that make this getaway sweet. The quintessentially Midwestern charm of this delightful small town should be experienced by all passing through, including a wise wanderer like yourself. Peruse Travelocity’s hotels in Crawfordsville, IN and make planning your next trip easy as pie—Hoosier pie, of course.
When you awaken at Crawfordsville hotels, let the words of its most famous native begin your day: “For today I take or give, for today I drink and live.” Lew Wallace, author of “Ben-Hur” (and lawyer, soldier, and politician), certainly knows what he’s talking about. Learn all about the man who gave this sage advice with a visit to the General Lew Wallace Study and Museum. Did we mention he was an artist and musician as well? Marvel at the artworks, violins, and library of this true Renaissance man—and contemplate how he can inspire your own life.
Perhaps next you will venture toward the bright lights of the state capital, 50 miles southeast. Look into Travelocity’s Crawfordsville rental cars to find your chariot, or chart your course into Indianapolis on the daily trains from Crawfordsville Station. Take a stroll along the White River Trail for spectacular skyline views, then let the more raucous gaiety of Lucas Oil Stadium carry you away, whether for summertime festivals and marching band competitions or a crisp fall evening of football. The allure of Indy is never-ending, so be sure you’ve booked one of our prime hotels in Indianapolis for the night.
If you yearn for a respite that is the ideal mix of small-town appeal and big-city amenities, look into our hotels near Crawfordsville, IN and you’re sure to find your perfect match. Thanks to our excellent Price Guarantee, you’ll get the best deal as well. There is simply no reason to delay—book today!