Safest Places to Visit Your Student This Semester

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We Still Love to Visit Our Hoosiers

Let’s face it, these are odd and crazy times! Things look very different at IU this semester but one thing is still for sure; we all still love to visit our Hoosiers and they love visits from us. There are plenty of different food options that offer outside and patio seating, are operating at 50% capacity indoors, and others provide pick up or delivery to adhere to and cater to potential COVID-19 related concerns.


Outdoor Activities

There are also many outdoor activities to participate in to make memories in a safe and socially distanced manner. Watch the IU game at a local bar and sit outside. They have great food and offer multiple specials on game days.

  • B-Line Trail – This beautiful trail is 3.1 miles that connects downtown Bloomington to various local neighborhoods. This trail is a fabulous way to see the town. Many even rent a Pace bike which is $1 per 15 minutes. I prefer biking this trail because it allows you to see all the hidden gems in Bloomington.
  • Paradise Rental Boats – Pack up your charcuterie board and get ready to watch the best sunset of your life. Renting out a Pontoon boat to go float around lake Monroe is my idea of a great day with family and friends. Boat reservations can easily be made online and are definitely worth it! Check out the boating specials of the day.
  • Most High Adventures Outfitters – Canoes, Kayaks, and Bikes, oh my! If you really want to explore nature, I definitely recommend picking one of the many adventures Most High Adventures Outfitters has to offer. You can go for half a day or a full day if you are up for it. Kayak and mountain biking 4-hour trips are also offered for $75 a person and it is a great way to have some fun.
  • Eagle Pointe Golf Club – Who doesn’t love a family golf outing? Take a day to play on this gorgeous golf course with your family any day from 10 AM-4 PM. It is recommended to book the time you will play golf online. After a nice win, go visit their Pub and Bistro for some delectable food.
  • Blackwell Horse Camp – If you really want to get down and dirty with nature, I recommend camping out in the Hoosier National Forest. There are over 200 scenic trails to explore before dozing off next to the campfire. Who doesn’t love ending their night with a s’more sugar rush?

Regardless of how you choose to visit your student this school year, we hope you make the most of your time with them in their college town by seeing their favorite places (via walking or driving), meeting their friends, and catching up on all the fun times they are having. Pass on these great tips, tell your friends and like us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Find out more about how to use HaveUHeard as a great resource. Sign up for other great tips at haveuheard.com.

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