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Visiting the week of August 12. Will be at the Colts-Browns practices and preseason game. Looking for things to do Tuesday and Friday when they are off.  Some insight on BBQ bash and Thirsty Thursday. Also any casino recommendations locally.

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18 hours ago, SevaColt said:

Visiting the week of August 12. Will be at the Colts-Browns practices and preseason game. Looking for things to do Tuesday and Friday when they are off. . Some insight on BBQ bash and Thirsty Thursday. Also any casino recommendations locally.

The one time I did BBQ Bash it was incredibly busy. I would say find your seat early and make sure at least some stays there. 

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The area where the training camp is located is a very new, and likely the quickest growing are of Indiana. I've spent alot of time in the are for work. Top Golf is a very fun thing to do whether you're super into golf or not. The indiana gun club isnt far from there and have trap * and a nice sporting Clay's area. K1 speed is a cool indoor go cart track but there is a couple other in door go cart tracks. If shopping is your thing The mall right there in Carmel is nice. Then there is all the monuments in downtown. The museum at the speedway is cool too.

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I live in the Noblesville/Fishers/Westfield area. Like Twfish said above.

 

1.) TopGolf is a blast. (Must get reservations a week in advance or you wont get a lane)

 

2.) Many bowling places around (PinHeads or Bowl 32)

 

3.) K1Speed is fun

 

4.) Escape rooms are fun to do.

 

5.) Many breweries in the area as well. (Sun King is great)

 

Only Casinos are in Anderson and Shelbyville. Both decently far drives.

 

Just 10-43.

 

Show up to Westfield (Grand Park) early!!!!! Last year it was ridiculously packed the two days I went and the BBQ sold out quick for the BBQ bash.

 

 

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Hi, Friendly reminder we don't allow buying or selling of anything on the forum, including tickets

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Thank you for the replies. One more question. Parking night of game cost estimate. Is uber cheaper I’m staying on NE side of Indy 

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5 hours ago, SevaColt said:

Thank you for the replies. One more question. Parking night of game cost estimate. Is uber cheaper I’m staying on NE side of Indy 

 

For preseason game probably cheaper. However it all depends where you park. If you are close to the stadium $15-20 to park usually.

 

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