Midweek Staycation

3 nights Garden Double $199

Upgrade to Lakeside for $99
Sunday through Thursday ONLY

Have an affordable active family Staycation at Fourwinds Resort, just one hour from Indy!

Enjoy boat rentals, heated indoor/outdoor pool, fishing, miniature golf, and championship golf.

Scenic bluffs, rolling topography and lushly wooded areas encompass 10,000 acre Lake Monroe. The Fourwinds is nestled in Fairfax State Recreation Area, where you’ll find hunting, hiking trails, boating, fishing, shelter houses, picnicking, and fire pits. Bring your binoculars! At Fairfax State Recreational Area you will find bald eagles, herons, warblers, woodpeckers, turkey vultures, owls and many species of water fowl. More information on Fairfax State Recreational Area.

To make a reservation you can either follow the link below or call 812-824-2628. Subject to availability.

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Hunting and Trapping

Monroe Lake provides a wide variety of hunting options. Woodland species such as white-tailed deer, wild turkey, squirrels, and grouse are hunted on over 7,000 acres of woodlands. Upland fields and early successional habitats of over 3,500 acres provide rabbit, woodcock and mourning dove hunting. Night hunting for raccoon, fox and coyote is permitted. State hunting regulations apply to all legal species. The 10,750 acre lake and the over 400 acres of managed wetlands offer waterfowl hunters the chance to hunt open water, streams and marshes for migrating waterfowl. Special hunts are held in managed seasonal Waterfowl Resting Areas and selected mourning dove fields on a draw basis. Reserve waterfowl draws are offered through the online application process. Contact the property office for additional information. Archery and firearms shooting ranges are not available. Safety Zones are closed to all hunting. Wildlife viewing areas are abundant.

Monroe Lake provides a wide variety of hunting options. Woodland species such as white-tailed deer, wild turkey, squirrels, and grouse are hunted on over 7,000 acres of woodlands. Upland fields and early successional habitats of over 3,500 acres provide rabbit, woodcock and mourning dove hunting. Night hunting for raccoon, fox and coyote is permitted. State hunting regulations apply to all legal species. The 10,750 acre lake and the over 400 acres of managed wetlands offer waterfowl hunters the chance to hunt open water, streams and marshes for migrating waterfowl. Special hunts are held in managed seasonal Waterfowl Resting Areas and selected mourning dove fields on a draw basis. Reserve waterfowl draws are offered through the online application process. Contact the property office for additional information. Archery and firearms shooting ranges are not available. Safety Zones are closed to all hunting. Wildlife viewing areas are abundant.