The Bonneyville Mill in Middlebury Indiana is not open during the hard winter months, but it is open from Wednesday to Sunday from May to October, so it is a great activity to enjoy with your pet on a cold spring or fall day. The mill opened in the mid-1800s. The massive grist stones used to grind the buckwheat, rye, and corn remain and operate. In the autumn, the leaves on the trees are starting to change, and it is truly breathtaking. When spring arrives, the meadows are awash in wildflowers. It's a great place to tour with Fido.
The Village at Winona was once the home of the Potawatomi Indians. In 1994, the region was completely renovated and is now a trendy district filled with art stores, restaurants, galleries, small shops, and studios. Many of the establishments welcome dogs so it is a pleasant excursion on a cold day. You and your furry friend can window shop and then duck into the warmth of one of the businesses. The art district often has activities going on, and a visit is never dull. The region sits right on Lake Winona, so there are ample biking trails, hiking trails, and picnic areas where you can soak in the beauty of the blue lake and the countryside.
In the heart of Indianapolis, you will find the Indianapolis Cultural Trail which is an excellent adventure for you and your pooch even on a cold day. You can head down Fletcher Street to lovely Fountain Square. La Margarita welcomes canines if you are hungry. The walking might make you thirsty so why not grab a cold beer at the Fountain Square Brewery? On Mass Avenue, you can stop at the Three Dog Bakery for a tasty dog snack. You and your pooch can shop at the City Dogs Grocery. How about spending an hour or two at FURR where your doggy can enjoy a pad treatment or even a doggy facial? Everywhere in Indianapolis there are fun activities to enjoy.
Imagine a wintertime retreat with your pooch in the Scottish Bed & Breakfast in Northern Indiana. The rooms feature king and queen size beds, televisions, and a full breakfast is offered each morning. However, the best part about this bed and breakfast is that pets are welcome and adored. Your pooch can enjoy all of the amenities right beside you. Some of the rooms have fireplaces that you can curl up beside with your furry buddy on a cold wintery night. The Scottish Bed and Breakfast is a great way to get away for a weekend for a bit of rest.