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Free U.S. Travel Guides (I)

Guest Author - Charisse Van Horn

In continuing our free U.S. travel guide series, we come to states that begin with the letter I. You'll find that many of these states feature wonderful attractions and shouldn't be overlooked when planning your vacations or family travel. Residents of these states will also discover that these free travel guides are an excellent way to discover new treasures in your own backyard.

The official Idaho travel and tourist site is visitidaho.org. Some of the exceptional features to see in Idaho include the Middle Fork Salmon River, Boulder Mountains, Hells Canyon, Heyburn State Park, City of Rocks State Park, Sawtooth Mountains, and Bruneau Dunes. They offer a free official 158-page travel guide, map, RV and Campground guide, Lewis and Clark brochure, winter guide, golf brochure, and Whitewater trail brochure. You can request the free guides and brochures by visiting the website, or by calling 1-800-VISITID.

There's always plenty to see and do in Illinois and you can find all the resources that you'll need for planning your next Illinois vacation at enjoyillinois.com. While visiting the website you can subscribe to their official newsletter that will keep you informed of the latest tourist attractions and provide you with the information that you need to plan an excellent vacation. You can also request to order the official Illinois travel guide via mail or view it online as an E-book. There are several guides to choose from. These include the Illinois Travel Guide, the Chicago Visitors Guide, Easy Access Chicago, Getting around Illinois, the Chicago Motor coach Guide, and the Soul of Illinois. You can also order an Illinois Travel Kit by mail; this includes the travel guide, a guide to Illinois state parks as well as a map.

At Visit Indiana.com you'll find information on some of Indiana's most popular tourist attractions. These include Patoka River, Hoosier National Forest, the Fort Wayne's Children Zoo, and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum. By visiting the official website you’ll find plenty of trip ideas and will have the option of signing up for an E-newsletter. In addition to the newsletter you can choose to order the Indiana Tourism Package that contains the Indiana Travel Guide, the Travel Map, Festival Guide, Play Pack and additional E-newsletters. You can order by visiting the website, VisitIndiana.com, or by calling 1-800-877-9800. In addition to the Indiana Tourism Package there are several other brochures and guides that you can request.

The official tourism guide for Iowa is located at traveliowa.com. You can find plenty of things to do while visiting Iowa including visiting historical sites and attractions, cultural activities, and enjoying many of Iowa's national landmarks. They also have an events calendar to enable visitors to participate in special activities when they visit. You can view Iowa's free travel guides online or request them to be sent via the mail. They offer the official Iowa Travel Guide, the Calendar of Events, and the Transportation Map.

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