Hotel's Location in Greenfield, Indiana Ideal for Visiting
Greenfield was the birthplace and home of the poet and writer James Whitcomb Riley, who is best known for creating "Little Orphan Annie." Visitors interested in the nation's literary history will enjoy seeing the Riley Old Home & Museum, an historic house where many of his original works are on display, or the Riley Festival, held annually in the "Hoosier poet's" honor. Sports fans among the hotel's guests should know that Greenfield, Indiana is within driving distance of the arenas where professional Indianapolis teams like the Colts and Pacers play, as well as the the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For a fun outing with the family, the beautiful Indianapolis Zoo is well worth the trip.
When you stay at the Country Inn & Suites of Greenfield, you'll be near:
- Bankers Life Fieldhouse (20.7 miles)
Home to the NBA's Indiana Pacers, Bankers Life Fieldhouse is more than a basketball arena. The state-of-the-art facility also hosts a variety of concerts, shows and other sporting events throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (317) 917-2500
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway (28.3 miles)
The world-famous Brickyard hosts the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400 and the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix annually, among other events.
Phone: +1 (317) 492-8500
- Indianapolis Zoo (24.8 miles)
Located in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Zoo first opened in 1964. Visitors can explore the zoo, aquarium and botanical gardens.
Phone: +1 (317) 630-2001
- James Whitcomb Riley Old Home & Museum (2.3 miles)
Visit the birthplace and home of the creator of Little Orphan Annie and see many original works in this historic house.
Phone: +1 (317) 462-8539
- Lucas Oil Stadium (24.2 miles)
Home to the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium is situated in downtown Indianapolis and is connected to the Indianapolis Convention Center. The facility features a retractable roof and beautiful skyline views.
Phone: +1 (317) 262-8600
- Riley Festival (downtown Greenfield)
Held annually the first weekend of October, the Riley Festival is one of the largest craft festivals in Indiana. The festival, which celebrates the birth of the "Hoosier poet," is over 60 years old.
Phone: +1 (317) 462-2141
- Riley Park (3 miles)
This 40-acre park in Greenfield offers a skate park, playground, and areas for basketball, tennis and baseball.
Phone: +1 (317) 477-4340
- That Fun Place (1.2 miles)
This family entertainment center features indoor miniature golf, laser tag, arcade games and an indoor roller coaster.
Phone: +1 (317) 477-4653
- Keihin Corporation (0.2 miles)
- Stanley Black & Decker (0.2 miles)
- Indiana Automotive Fasteners (0.3 miles)
- Elanco Global Headquarters (0.8 miles)
- Covance Inc. (3.5 miles)
- PreCoat Metals (4 miles)
- Indy Jet (10 miles)