Quality of Life
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Comfort Inn, Warren, Indiana (I-69 Exit 278)
Guesthouse Inn, Markle, Indiana (I-69 Exit 286)
Holiday Inn Express, Huntington, Indiana
Huggy Bear Motel, Warren, Indiana (I-69 Exit 278)
Huntington Inn, Huntington, Indiana
Motel 6, Warren, Indiana, (I-69 Exit 278)
Northview Inn & Suites, Huntington, Indiana
Sheryl Manor Motel, Huntington, Indiana
Super 8, Huntington, Indiana
Super 8, Marklet, Indiana (I-69 Exit 286)
The Inn at Joseph Decuis, Roanoke, Indiana (I-69 Exit 296A)
The United States Vice Presidential Museum at the Dan Quayle Center
Huntington, Indiana, is the hometown of the 44th Vice President of the United States, Dan Quayle. The former vice president has donated his entire collection of Official State Gifts, Letters, and both his Senatorial and House Papers to the United States Vice Presidential Museum at the Dan Quayle Center. The Center’s Collection includes memorabilia from all former vice presidents and is the only museum/educational research center of its kind.
The Forks of the Wabash Historic Museum and Park
Huntington County was historically the home of the Native American Miami Tribe. The Forks of the Wabash River, the junction of the Wabash and Little Rivers, served as a center of commerce for the Tribe. In addition to the Native American history of Huntington County, the museum also details the history of the Wabash and Erie Canal as it traversed the countryside of Huntington County.
The Sumner Sheets Wildlife Museum
This museum features the “trophy collection” of Huntington resident and big game hunter Sumner Sheets. His career is unrivaled in the region as is this splendid wildlife collection.
The U.S.S. Salamonie Museum
Located in Warren, Indiana, this is the premier collection of memorabilia and other artifacts from the World War II warship The U.S.S. Salamonie.
J. Edward Roush Lake and Kilsoquah Campground and Beach
This State Recreation Area and reservoir created by the J. Edward Roush Dam on the Wabash River encompasses 8,217 acres of land and an 870-acre lake. It provides ample opportunities for boating, fishing, tubing, water skiing, swimming, trails and camping. It is named in honor of Huntington native, former U.S. Congressman J. Edward Roush, who served on the House Appropriations Committee and oversaw the funding for many of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood control projects throughout the Wabash River Basin.
Salamonie River State Forest and Reservoir
Created by the dam on the Salamonie River, this recreation area encompasses 12,433 acres of land and a 2,665-acre lake. Facilities include bridal trails and a horsemen’s camp, along with a 26-mile snowmobile trail.
Huntington Parks and Area Recreational Trail System
Over 36 miles of hiking trails are already found throughout Huntington County with the City of Huntington preparing to construct more local trails within the greenway of the Little River.
Huntington County has six public golf courses, including our newest Dogwood Glen at Warren.
Arts & Entertainment
Located on the beautiful campus of Huntington University, the Merillat Centre offers a 700-seat auditorium and 125-seat recital hall. The Merillat Centre attracts well-known performers, intellectuals, theatrical, philharmonic and chamber music, and other world-class offerings.
The New Huntington Theatre
Downtown Huntington’s newest entertainment venue, the New Huntington Theatre offers an incredible art-deco dinner/theatre venue and the finest Broadway productions west of Broadway! Early reservations are recommended as most showings sell out quickly.
The Town of Warren in southern Huntington County is the proud home of the Pulse Opera House. Built in 1884 by Captain Silas Pulse, the Opera House has been restored and brought back to life with top-quality productions in an intimate, historic environment.
Annual community festivals include Andrews Western Days, Huntington Heritage Days, Markle Wildcat Festival, Roanoke Days, Salamonie Summer Festival in Warren, and The Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival in Huntington. Annual car shows and other community events are celebrated throughout the year.
Huntington County is home to numerous national restaurant chains as well as fine quality local “fare” in a casual environment. We have everything from hand-breaded tenderloin sandwiches and chicken to pizza, hamburgers, milkshakes and almost every other fast-food experience you’ve come to expect.
World Class 5-Star Dining
Joseph Decuis Restaurant in Roanoke, Indiana, offers contemporary American cuisine in one of the most elegant environments in the nation. It's truly a world-class 5-star dining experience. At The House of Joseph Decuis, the gourmet dining experience is one of life’s true rewards. Dining becomes an event, creating the perfect setting for inspired conversation, hearty laughter, serious business, or even a flirty smile!