Mudderland transmutes one of the Midwest's largest motocross tracks into a swampy test of endurance, challenging thrill-seekers across 3.5 miles of military-style obstacles. Unfurled across the site of a WWII munitions factory, the one-day, full-body assault sends participants running, climbing, and crawling through a lineup of natural barriers, including a 19-foot concrete wall that sprouted from a radioactive apple seed during the 1940s. As limbs splash through ponds, slither through tunnels, and flail wildly while soaring down monstrous slip and slides, spectators bask in the muddy melee from elevated bleachers and VIP viewing decks. Afterward, fresh water bursts from the course's showers to blast away dirt and reveal each participant's new layer of confidence.
As they’ve done for nearly 40 years, Cartronix equips cars with stereos and alarm systems. But in that same timeframe, they’ve mastered a few other technologies, including GPS navigation, Bluetooth installation, and remote car starters. Their expertise extends beyond autos, too: the team can upgrade everything from boats and RVs to motorcycles, golf carts, and even home electronics. They’ll install home theaters and other A/V capabilities in homes, offices, and upscale doghouses, using equipment from top brands such as LG and Samsung. They are also an authorized AT&T dealer, and have a selection of smartphones and accessories for AT&T smartphones, Windows phones, and Blackberrys.
Spring Creek Equestrian Center doesn't know if every kid really wants a pony, but kids who do can come here. At the center's camps and birthday parties, kids can learn to ride horses in a relaxed farm environment. The center's team also hosts horse shows that give participants a chance to strut their stuff for competition and offers horseback-riding lessons for students of all ages.
Ever since Bruno and Rose Cataldo opened the first Bruno's Pizza in 1975, hungry customers across Michiana have flocked to the family's restaurants for helpings of fresh, traditional Italian cuisine. They dig in to thick- or thin-crust pizzas covered with bubbly layers of cheese, and crowned with your favorite toppings
The Hesston Steam Museum honors a crucial juncture in industrial history—before the rise of the internal combustion engine but after the obsolescence of dragon-powered machinery. Steam powered the industrialized world through the 19th and early 20th centuries, from the railroads to the saw mills to the electric power plants. Hesston Steam Museum boasts examples of all of these, including three versions of steam trains: a full-size narrow gauge, a quarter-scale locomotive, and a tiny 1/8-scale that is still capable of carrying passengers across its miniature track.