Southern Indiana Living

MAY-JUN 2018

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May/June 2018 • 37 Wildebeest and Mammoth, share the title of the two longest water coasters in the world. However, perhaps the most fre- quent imagery associated with Holiday World is its wooden roller coasters. "Wooden roller coasters have a clas- sic feel and sound," Werne said. "Our coasters can't be found anywhere else in the world, because they were custom de- signed for us and our topography. There's nowhere in the park you can stand and see the full path of any of our coasters be- cause of our rolling hills and forest land." With so many incredible rides, experienc- ing everything in one visit is hardly feasi- ble. So Holiday World's website includes a list of sites for hotels and camping (in- cluding Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort). • For more information on the Dubois County Museum, visit duboiscountymuseum.org. Information on the Harrison County Discov- ery Center can be found at discoverycenterex- perience.com. For Squire Boone Caverns and Zipline Adventures, visit www.squireboon- ecaverns.com or sbcza.com. Marengo Cave and Cave Country Canoes information can be found at marengocave.com or cavecountryca- noes.com. For information on Holiday World and Splashin' Safari and Lake Rudolph Camp- ground & RV Resort, visit holidayworld.com andlakerudolph.com CAMPBELLSBURG COUNTRY FESTIVAL CAMPBELLSBURG COUNTRY FESTIVAL CAMPBELLSBURG COUNTRY FESTIVAL CAMPBELLSBURG COUNTRY FESTIVAL JUNE 1 - 3 Truck Pull • Dances • Food Music • Family Fun For more information, call 812-755-4520 or follow the event on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/groups/101348509906371/ Pictured: (top, this page) e interactive wildlife exhibit at the discovery center lets visitors explore the diverse ecosystems in Harrison County, and includes interactive elements to help visitors learn more about birds and wildlife in the area; Pictured: (left hand page, top) Students are playing school games in the turn of the century school area of the discovery center; (left hand page, bottom) Students explore the Native American wikkiup exhibit as they learn about early life in Southern Indiana.

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