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Knightstown is home to the historic Old Hoosier House Bed & Breakfast Inn. Circa 1840, the stately Victorian home was owned by the Elisha Scovell family, who were friends of President Martin Van Buren. The inn sits on eight wooded acres and has a deck that overlooks a pond on the fourth hole of an adjacent golf course. The Old Hoosier House features tall arched windows of the era and a gabled entrance. Rooms are lavishly decorated with antiques and lace curtains. The Old Hoosier House Bed & Breakfast is located at 7061 S Greensboro Pike in Knightstown. Several other bed & breakfast inns are located in the Knightstown region, including the towns of New Castle, Kennard, Mt. Summit and Springport. The Raintree Bed & Breakfast is a 100 year-old Queen Anne-style home with a sun porch and beautiful gardens, and the Mulberry Lane Inn, built in 1845, features a three-room suite with private kitchen, fireplace and balcony.

Several budget-friendly hotels and motels are located near Knightstown – many of them in city of New Castle. Hotels range from well known chains to locally owned facilities - even a basketball-themed inn that features Steve Alford memorabilia. Choose a hotel with easy access to restaurants, shopping and area attractions, or a quiet suburban setting. Hotels feature amenities such as free local calls and complimentary continental breakfasts, indoor and outdoor pools, Jacuzzi suites, cable television and pay-per-view movies. You will find pet friendly hotels in the Knightstown area, as well as those that offer senior discounts, smoking and non-smoking rooms and handicapped accessibility. With Knightstown's convenient location at the “Crossroads of America,” it's easy to travel to Muncie or Indianapolis, Cincinnati and northern Kentucky. The Old National Road, which is also known as U.S. 40, cuts through the southern part of Henry County and Interstate 70 is another major thoroughfare. Those seeking a northern route from Knightstown can use U.S. Highway 36 or State Road 38 depending on your destination. State Road 3 is another major four-lane highway, which runs north and south, linking visitors to Muncie and I-74.

If you enjoy camping, the Knightstown region will delight you with the choices available. Jellystone Park is located at 5964 South State Road 109 in Knightstown. Tent campsites are available, along with pull-throughs and cabins. Enjoy grassy, shaded areas, a game room and three-acre lake at Jellystone. Paddle boat rentals are available and a laundry and camp store is one site. The Kenny Irwin Jr. Memorial Campground is located in New Castle and was founded by the Kenny Irwin Jr. Foundation. Putt-putt, golf, basketball, a tube playground, swimming, canoeing, paddle boating and arcade games are all available at the Kenny Irwin Jr. Campground. Spring Valley Campground in Middletown contains several scenic lakes with cabins and over 100 campsites from primitive to full hook-ups. Spring Valley is less than an hour from downtown Indianapolis, Muncie and New Castle.


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