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38 Best Stops Between Indianapolis and Dallas
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How long is the drive from Indianapolis to Dallas?
The direct drive from Indianapolis to Dallas is 900 mi (1448 km) , and should have a drive time of 13 hrs 22 mins in normal traffic.
If you’re going on a road trip from Indianapolis to Dallas, we did the research for you and compiled some great stops along the way — with Memphis , Saint Louis , Hot Springs , Tunica , Little Rock , Paducah , Tyler , and Bloomington , as well as top places to visit like Indiana University Bloomington and Turkey Run State Park, or the ever-popular Indiana Beach Boardwalk Resort.
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City museum, discovery park of america, casey jones home & railroad museum, national civil rights museum.
Delta blues museum, blanchard springs caverns, william j. clinton library and museum, little rock central high school national historic site, fordyce bathhouse visitor center and museum.
Garvan Woodland Gardens
Crater of diamonds state park, louisiana downs, beavers bend state park and nature center, margaritaville resort casino.
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Can i drive from indianapolis to dallas.
Yes! You can drive from Indianapolis to Dallas.
How far is Dallas from Indianapolis by car?
The drive from Indianapolis to Dallas is 900 miles (1448 km).
How long does it take to drive from Indianapolis to Dallas?
Driving from Indianapolis to Dallas should take you 13 hrs 22 mins in normal traffic.
How much would gas cost from Indianapolis to Dallas?
Gas from Indianapolis to Dallas would cost around $86 to $200 , depending on your vehicle's fuel efficiency.
Where should I stop on the way from Indianapolis to Dallas?
You could check out Indiana University Bloomington and Turkey Run State Park, or the always popular Indiana Beach Boardwalk Resort!
What are the best cities to visit between Indianapolis and Dallas?
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10 Unforgettable Road Trips To Take In Indiana Before You Die
Courtney's originally from the East Coast, but has found a charming new home in Indiana. She loves checking out local music, reading, and trying new food. She's also a little too addicted to coffee and has a Maine Coon cat she answers to.
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Indiana is such an underrated state. There are so many wonderful places to explore, and road trip opportunities galore! The Hoosier State’s size makes it ideal for road tripping, whether it’s to a fun new attraction, unique museum, weekend getaway, or even a beach day ! So gas up the car and indulge your wanderlust; we’ve got 10 of the most unforgettable road trips you can possibly take in Indiana. Let’s go!
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What are the best road trips in Indiana?
Well, call us biased, but we definitely think the above 10 unforgettable road trips in Indiana are pretty stellar! If you're *hungry* (pun intended) for more, be sure to check out our Taco Trail , which visits seven of the state's most delicious taquerias. Hoosiers with an insatiable sweet tooth will delight in our Ice Cream Trail and Old-School Chocolate Shops trip, both of which visit some of Indiana's most wonderful little gems.
Does Indiana have many roadside attractions?
In a state with so many awesome road trips, you know there are bound to be some seriously unique roadside attractions ! Some of our favorite roadside attractions in Indiana include the Giant Fish Head in Knox, The Rotary Jail Museum in Crawfordsville, and The Duckie in Vevay, which is exactly as it sounds: a giant rubber duckie by the side of the road!
What are some epic day trips I can take in Indiana?
For some seriously epic day trips in the Hoosier State, we recommend first consulting this list of 11 awesome adventures . Wilstem Ranch is one epic adventure; this family-friendly attraction lets visitors experience the magic of witnessing elephants and giraffes up close, for a truly memorable experience. White Rock Park is another epic adventure; the park boasts an incredible natural pool that offers fishing, swimming, zip lining, and even cliff diving. And you'll discover the beauty of deep-cut canyons, incredible rock formations, a suspension bridge, and so much more at Turkey Run State Park, also known as Indiana's very own Grand Canyon .
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A little bit more detail from my end!
Two adults, two kids (11, 13) / June 2024 / Leaving from Des Moines and ending up in either San Antonio or Houston (via Dallas-Fort Worth) / length of trip is yet to be confirmed, but working on around 10 days after leaving Des Moines to flying out of Texas.
I actually did a fair bit of research for a trip that didn't end up happening a few years ago, so I feel relatively comfortable with our DFW>San Antonio> Houston section, but the bit from Des Moines south is a bit more unfamiliar.
Any recommendations on the route or where to stop along the way?
Thank you in advance!
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If you have not experienced the Oklahoma City Memorial I highly recommend a stop there.
Austin (TX) is worth visiting.
Lake Murray State Park (OK) and Lake Murray Lodge are worth considering.
We stayed at Lake Murray Lodge one night after visiting Oklahoma City in September 2023.
What sorts of things are you looking to see and do along the way? And how many days are you allotting to get from Des Moines to Dallas?
I-35 is the most direct and quickest route between Des Moines and Dallas, and you'd be passing through Kansas City, Wichita, and Oklahoma City. You could easily spend a full day or 2 in Kansas City checking out the sites. Wichita has its own set of attractions, as does Oklahoma City. I'd suggest checking out the Tripadvisor pages for each city (look at the KC Missouri page, not KC Kansas) to see what attractions in each city might appeal to you and the other family members.
Kansas City - Hallmark, Union Station, and a good but sobering World War I museum
Kansas City to Oklahoma City
then to Dallas/Fort Worth
For Oklahoma City national cowboy museum (good museum and puts you in the mood for Fort Worth), then the zoo is nearby. A good place to stay for the night is the bricktown area.
bricktown area is also where the minor league Dodger team plays at - good stadium
Thanks everyone for your input!
For the Des Moines to Dallas part, I was thinking maybe three nights? Then that leaves us around six or seven nights to explore around DFW, Hill country, San Antonio, go to the Space Centre (and much more).
The city options do sound great, I’ll follow those links and look into them all further.
Normally I would say we’re more scenic countryside and hiking people, but we’re not averse to cities as well - especially good museums with stuff for kids. I know that doesn’t really help narrow down suggestions much!
Des Moines to Dallas is a 2 day drive along 35.
Over 4 days…..
Day 1 to KC
Day 2 to Wichita
Day 3 to Oklahoma City
Day 4 to Dallas
There are some alternate non interstate routes you can take but still follow I-35 route
An alternate route is going south from KC to Joplin or Tulsa instead of Wichita
"Normally I would say we’re more scenic countryside and hiking people..." I have to ask how a family from Australia chose a road trip holiday from Des Moines to Houston or San Antonio via Dallas. Have you already visited the national parks?
The worst drive of my life was through Oklahoma City to Houston via Dallas, horrible traffic, stop and go on interstates at times, worse than my Chicago driving experiences. Maybe we hit rush hour, I have tried to block out the experience. Be prepared for some frustrations.
I can recommend Living History Farms in Des Moines and a tour of Iowa Capitol building. See how many hawks you can spot along interstate 35 to Kansas City. Leave the interstate for a few minutes at exit 52 to see Imes Covered Bridge.
Another Kansas City attraction to consider is Arabia Steamboat Museum.
You might want to attend a baseball game. Kansas City, Dallas, and Houston all have major league teams.
Just curious. Any particular reason you picked this section of the US for a road trip? Are you visiting family?
+1 for the World War I Museum in KC, MO. It's excellent and, as noted above, sobering. A trip to KC would not be complete w/o BBQ at Arthur Bryant's.
And echoing posts 7 & 8, while these states have their charms and attractions, this road trip would not be in my top 5 for scenic beauty and activities (or food!) And it's getting pretty hot in Texas that time of year. I know a couple of Houston couples who spend June, July, and August in Colorado because the summer temps in Houston have become intolerable.
CultureVulture….Speaking of BBQ, a trip to Texas would not be complete with a stop at Franklin in Austin.:-)
Also, the OKC is a must. Bring Kleenex.
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Tech heads to Hinkle Fieldhouse for first true road test against Butler
Where: Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
When: 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30
Watch it on: FS1
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Head coach: Thad Matta
Preseason conference selection: 10th (Big East)
After a successful trip to the Bahamas where it took part in the Battle 4 Atlantis, Texas Tech is back in the continental United States but will once again travel to Indianapolis to take on Butler . The Red Raiders dropped their tournament opener against Villanova, but rebounded for wins against Northern Iowa and Michigan in the ensuing two days of action. Tech currently holds a 5-1 record, but have yet to compete in a true road game. Thursday will be the first opportunity.
“We’re really excited about the opportunity to play in the Big 12-Big East (Battle),” Tech head coach Grant McCasland said Tuesday. “Representing the Big 12 is a big deal to us and know that having played and been a part of the best league in the country, there’s an expectation. Butler’s a fantastic team, playing in Hinkle Fieldhouse will be an awesome opportunity for our group, we have a ton of respect. They went 2-1, very similar to what we did, in their last (multiple-team event) and they got a great team. You can tell they have a year under their belt, even though they have quite a few newcomers, we’re excited about the opportunity.”
The newcomers, as McCasland mentioned, are headlined by Pierre Brooks II . Brooks, a Detroit native who spent the two previous seasons under Tom Izzo at Michigan State, transferred to Butler prior to this season. A 6-foot-6 guard/forward, Brooks is the Bulldogs’ leading scorer, averaging 16.7 points per game. He is coming off two strong performances- Brooks scored 26 against Penn State and 25 against former Red Raider Chibuzo Agbo and Boise State at the ESPN Events Invitational.
“I think when you look at Butler they’ve got a lot of new guys that are filling out roles too,” McCasland said. “You see them trying to adapt to new opportunities, so I feel like they’ve got different guys that are playing well on different nights. But the physicality that Pierre brings and the way he’s played recently, you could tell it was a big reason why they won their last two games. It feels like they’re shifting a little bit in who they want to be a primary, go-to guy and how they’re playing and they’re learning their team just like we are.”
Back in September, Tech football head coach Joey McGuire noted he had received pointers from McCasland about playing on the road, for good reason. McCasland’s teams at North Texas eventually became formidable playing away from Denton, as he amassed a 43-34 road record while coaching the Mean Green, including a 10-3 clip in the 2022-23 season. McCasland will be looking to use his own advice when he leads the Red Raiders into Hinkle.
“I think your togetherness and how committed you are in hostile environments and we just haven’t seen that as a team yet,” McCasland said. “I mean, we’ve faced neutral site games and home games. So how do you do it in the face of adversity? Well, you really come together and there’s a cohesion involved and timeouts and free throws and in between plays and how you communicate with each other. It just has to be at the highest level. That’s really going to be our emphasis, is how connected we can stay and how committed to each other can we stay over the course of 40 minutes on the road. It’s always that, but it gets amplified when you play road games.”
The Bulldogs were selected to finish 10th out of 11 Big East teams heading into Thad Matta’s second season at the helm. Pierre Brooks is one of 10 newcomers on this year’s Butler squad. As a team, the Bulldogs shoot around 34 percent from beyond the three-point arc, with their best performance from downtown coming in a loss to 2023 Final Four attendee Florida Atlantic when Butler shot 9-19. Jahmyl Telfort is another name to watch. The 6-foot-7 forward is second on the team in scoring (13.9 points per game), and is another transfer hailing from Northeastern. Telfort is one of the five transfers that averaged double-digit scoring at their respective schools a year ago, as he averaged 16 a night at Northeastern.
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