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Deadwood certainly seems abandoned. A wooden church, saloon, and jail all line the main drag, which looks relatively untouched from the town's apocryphal founding in 1876. But then it happens: a small orb of paint zooms down from the roof of the nearby inn, revealing that you are not alone. The ghost town comes back to life in a high-speed game of paintball.

Fort Knox Paintball looks like something out a paintball player's wildest dreams, assuming their dreams are monitored by friendly judges. The outdoor grounds sprawl across more than a dozen play areas, including "The Town of Deadwood" and the "Bridge on the River Kwai." That long, wooden bridge takes players over water and within sight of the POW Camp, where opponents might lurk inside any building. An 86-foot long pirate ship helps players disappear into the Bermuda Triangle, and then there's the eponymous Fort Knox field. Five towers and three stories form a secure team base?but the surrounding woods offers countless places for invaders to hide.

In addition to walk-on play, Fort Knox Paintball often hosts "big games," during which the best paintball players can compete for victory.

7485 N US Highway 35
Winamac,
IN
US

Gardeners Bruce and Aimee Johnson channel their shared passion for landscaping into Woodland Gardens' verdant acreage, which abounds with beautiful flora selected to appeal to both the avid collector and casual gardener. The thriving nursery ships out a stunning array of hostas and charming daylilies bred to ensure a uniformly brilliant color that only enhances nature’s subtle variations. The plants’ reliable blooms often last long into the autumn months, and their excellent table manners make them ideal for bouquet centerpieces. Though the online store features a vast selection of hostas and daylilies, a visit to the nursery—where Japanese maple trees grow alongside a host of rare and interesting plants—is a gift in its own right. Selections appeal to avid hosta and japanese maple collectors, as well as casual gardeners.

9309 E 750 N
Walkerton,
IN
US

When Viva Vitamins’ cofounders decided to join forces in 1996, it was a symbiotic partnership. One brought his experience as a wellness counselor, and the other brought hers as a fitness and nutrition guru. The two backgrounds formed a well-rounded foundation for their next venture—a line of alternative health products. Today, their extensive selection of athletic supplements, minerals, herbs, and multivitamins is endorsed by a team of doctors and available at stores in 19 states. A staff of certified dietary supplement specialists advises customers on what may be needed now and in the future to ensure your bodies continued well-being, including many products featured on Dr. Oz.

1307 South Heaton Street
Knox,
IN
US

Since 1947, Mid-City Supply Co.’s friendly staffers have helped avid home improvers to outfit their digs in premium products. Nowadays, the experienced showroom staff displays much smarter fixtures, from faucets that turn on with the tap of a hand to eco-friendly water heaters powered by domesticated dragons. Though technology has changed, the company keeps quality high, stocking name brands such as Delta, American Standard, Toto, Gerber, Brizo, and Elkay. Customers can check out items in person at one of six showrooms in two states. To give back to the communities that helped them to grow, the company regularly donates to United Way.

1750 N Oak Dr
Plymouth,
IN
US