Are you still trying to figure out what to do with your vacation time this summer for a nice little last-minute getaway? This is apparently your best option in Indiana.

The stresses of the world can really make you want to escape. Between work, bills, and other obligations, sometimes you just need to get away for a couple of days so that you can relax and unwind. The problem, then becomes where to go. You need a place that can be enjoyed for a day or two without having to plan out a whole trip months in advance. Now, there are a lot of options for last-minute getaways here in Indiana that are scattered all across the state. Some might be a little bit longer of a drive than others, but it's all worth it in the end.

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This is the Best Las-Minute Getaway in Indiana

Reader's Digest recently compiled a list of the best last-minute getaway in each state. When it comes to Indiana's best last-minute getaway, you can bring the family, or even better, escape for a romantic weekend away as a couple at Serenity Springs in Michigan City.

Here's what Reader's Digest says about Indiana's best last-minute getaway:

Leave the kids at home and escape for a romantic weekend in one of the log cabins at Serenity Springs in Michigan City. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the woods at sunset before retiring to your cabin for an in-room candlelit dinner. Afterward, roast s’mores on your private campfire underneath the stars.

This is a perfect year-round escape, with beautiful views no matter what the season. Serenity Springs has over 30 private cabins nestled on 85 private wooded acres, and each cabin is designed to allow couples to indulge in privacy, comfort, and romance. It honestly looks like a perfect way to get away from the world and rekindle some love, unwind, and not have a care in the world.

You can learn more about Serenity Springs by clicking here.

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