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Fall in Fort Wayne

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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Affordable Family-Friendly Weekend Itinerary

If you are looking for an affordable family getaway, Fort Wayne is full of family-friendly activities that won't break the bank. From unique events and festivals to the #1 and #2 attractions in Indiana, youraffordable weekend itinerary in Fort Wayne awaits…

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The Top Things to Do along Fort Wayne's Riverfront

Note: Due to COVID-19 precautions, many events have been canceled or rescheduled for 2020. Please check with the venue directly, or explore our Calendar of Events for date changes. Nestled into the north of downtown Fort Wayne, are three rivers that offer you ample opportunities to explore natural…

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Developing our Destination

Visitors to Fort Wayne may notice something… There is a lot of construction. The barricades, scaffolding, and cranes can be hard to deal with, but they are all part of the city’s renewal as a point of destination…

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Young Adults in Fort Wayne, Indiana? No Problem!

I used to think to be a teen in Fort Wayne, Indiana was difficult, but there are so many activities, especially during the summer, that are perfect for young adults! Regardless of your age or where you’re from, never be afraid to stop by the Visitors Center! The visitor specialists can help you find something to do around town no matter what you like to do (and maybe even give you a deal too). So if you are a teen or just want to feel like a kid again, Fort Wayne is the place for you…

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