My trip last week began with a visit to Linden. It’s a small town, but a great place to relax and take it slow. I stopped mainly for the Lindy Freeze which has great food and delicious ice cream but also discovered a couple of other places. You can enjoy your treat at one of the picnic tables provided or go enjoy it at the nice park right across the street. There’s a play ground for the kids and shelters to have a picnic or just sit back and enjoy some quiet time. Another option is to head down the road a little to The Linden Depot Museum. You can learn the history of the Linden Depot then head to the gift shop for souvenirs. Check out my photos of Linden below!
The Lindy Freeze is located on 420 N Holden Street. Linden, IN. 765-339-4608.
Lisa preparing my Strawberry Shortcake.
The finished product! They don’t accept cards so be sure to bring cash. If you do forget, there is an ATM at the gas station nearby.Open 7 days a week. 11am to 9pm. They will be closing for the season September 25th.
The park next door that is great for kids and adults.
The Linden Depot Museum is open April through October on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The hours are 1 to 5pm each day.
They are located at 520 N Main Street. Linden, IN. Visit their website www.lindendepot.com for more information.
Check back again tomorrow for what other town I visited!