Sightseeing in Portage


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  • Seven Peaks Water Park
    Frolicking in a 500,000-gallon wave pool, plummeting from 100-foot free-fall slides, and drifting along a 1,200-foot lazy river with 5 mph currents are just a few of the diversions found within Seven Peaks' net of water parks. The aquatic havens spread across Utah and Indiana, luring families and adventurous kayakers with forests of twisting water slides such as the Provo location's Boomerang, which sends passengers ricocheting down three stories. Calmer fun awaits at child-friendly areas such as Sand Bar Bay, where gentle spurts of water surprise and delight kids and a tiny slide sends them, careening and giggling, into the water.
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    1275 Waverly Road
    Porter, IN US
  • Pierre Anne
    Pierre Anne offers French fare par excellence. Dieters beware — Pierre Anne does not offer low-fat cuisine. Got kids? No problem at Pierre Anne! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. Stay in the loop (and online!) by tapping into Pierre Anne's free wifi hotspot. Enjoy the beautiful weather while you chow down — with outdoor seating, Pierre Anne is a great summer destination. Short on time? Don't wait for a driver — pick it up yourself. Pierre Anne is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease. Dining at Pierre Anne will set you back about $30 per person on average.
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    9 South Barton Street
    New Buffalo, MI US
  • Reapers Realm Haunted Attractions
    Hailed as the "granddaddy of Northwest Indiana's haunted attractions" by the Post-Tribune, Reapers Realm Haunted Attractions terrifies guests every Halloween season with multiple haunted sites. Most of its frights lurk within the three floors of a 1920s-era stone mansion. There, fog makes it tricky to see where demented demons lie in wait, and strobe lights illuminate famous movie monsters such as Michael Myers reenacting classic scenes of carnage. More creepy creatures populate the Reaped Woods, where, in the past, a corn maze has hosted sights nearly as frightening as a scarecrow stuffed with old SAT scantrons. At the aptly named Carnevil, the screams echoing from the rides aren't just screams of delight.
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    626 177th St.
    Hammond, IN US
  • "Jewtopia"
    In 1903, Hammond’s first mayor, Marcus M. Towle, opened the Towle Opera House to provide the city with a venue for theatrical productions. Times changed, and with them the theater: the opera house became a cinema, and eventually a string of fashion shops moved into the space. The building seemed destined for a future of holographic retail, but in 2003—a century since the stage first opened—it was reborn as the Towle Theater. Since then, its intimate brick-lined confines have hosted such crowd-pleasing productions as The Musical of Musicals, the Musical and A New Brain.
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    5205 Hohman Ave.
    Hammond, IN US

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