Visitor Information

Limestone Month

June is Limestone Month in Monroe and Lawrence Counties. Special exhibits, walking tours, mill tours, and many other activities celebrate the stone that built America. Symposium participants can follow the Indiana Limestone Heritage Trail and see where our stone comes from and what it built. Download a brochure or View Map.

Where to Stay

Bloomington offers all types of accommodations, from hotels and motels, inns, and bed & breakfasts to private guest cabins, lakeside camping, and even a horse camp. Many are conveniently located near the Symposium site. For complete listings visit the Bloomington/Monroe County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Camp sites with electrical hookups, picnic tables, and modern restrooms with shower facilities are available a few miles from the Symposium site at McCormick’s Creek State Park. The park also operates historic Canyon Inn, a full-service lodge with a restaurant. The park has an Olympic size swimming pool, tennis courts, fishing, hiking trails and more. A fee is charged to enter the park; a season pass that includes admission to all Indiana State Parks can be purchased at the gate.

Cascades Inn is offering a special rate to Symposium participants – $40 per night!
2601 North Walnut Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47404
(812) 369-4310
www.cascadesinnbloomington.com

We pride ourselves on super-clean rooms with triple sheeted beds. And we have 32″ flat screen LG TVs and FREE high speed wi-fi in every room. Kids stay free! Please feel free to call us with any questions.

Where to Eat

Find out why Bloomington was named one of the Top Food Towns in America in the 2012 Best of the Road competition, sponsored by Rand McNally and USA Today! One of only six small towns in the nation to receive the honor, Bloomington is proud of its food scene —from local farm-to-table restaurants to unique international flavors, handmade bagels to bacon and egg pizza, pad thai to moules frites. Local restaurants, wineries, and breweries offer food and drink to suit any taste. See Visit Bloomington and the Bloomington Independent Restaurant Association.

What to Bring

Download a Packing List (PDF).