Spring Break at the Botanical Conservatory

Spring Activities

Fort Wayne in Bloom This Spring

It’s getting to that time of year when you are absolutely ready to see budding plants, flowers, and trees. Happily, Fort Wayne has plenty of public spaces where you can stop to smell the roses, tiptoe through the tulips, or stop and snap a photo. Here are a few of the spots where you can find some springtime sensations…

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Spring Travel Guide to Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana is the second-largest city in Indiana and the seat of Allen County. It’s a fun, friendly placepacked with activities for your next vacation. Fort Wayne is easy to reach by car, bus, or air travel and offers ample parking (often free!)…

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Festive Fort Wayne Runs

While it may not be 26.2 miles from the fridge to the couch to watch football and holiday movie marathons, this time of year can be a race all its own…

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Play Disc Golf in Fort Wayne

Like the idea of getting out on a beautiful golf course but without the actual club swinging? You should try disc golf. It’s a fun sport that my husband has been playing for several years. Since I’m usually pushing a stroller I’m not much for actually throwing the disc, but I do like to come along…

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Your Guide to Fall Foliage in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Pack up the car and hit the road to discover Fort Wayne, Indiana’s true fall colors. It’s no secret that the Midwest is one of the best destinations to see fall leaves. Plus, Fort Wayne, Indiana offers a budget-friendly destination to experience it all during your Midwest weekend getaway…

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Geocaching Through Fort Wayne: What is it?

Growing up a fan of "Choose Your Own Adventure" books, I was intrigued to learn about "geocaching," a choose-your-own-adventure meets treasuring hunting activity. According to the official global website for this activity, there are over 1.933 million active geocaches and over 5 million geocachers…

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Fishing on Fort Wayne's Rivers

Did you know, you can fish on Fort Wayne's three rivers?The St. Joseph, St. Marys, and Maumee provide a great source of entertainment including adventuring along the trails, kayaking, and enjoying Promenade Park. Fort Wayne's rivers are also a great source for nature watching and fishing…

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