Zip and Sip in Huntington County

If you are a fan of enjoying the outdoors, splashing, shopping, dining in nationally-featured restaurants, soaring through the trees and sipping on award-winning wines, then you need to DO MORE in HUNTINGTON COUNTY. We’ve assembled a sampling of some of the BEST of what we have to offer into a suggested 4 day itinerary. Want to make it a day trip or a weekend? Pick and choose from our list and come visit! DO MORE in Huntington County.


Day One:

Check in to one of our great lodging properties or campgrounds and head right out to do the High Adventure Canopy Tour at Zip Timber Lake (reservations required) or follow our Antiques Trail and do dinner at Nick’s Kitchen in Downtown Huntington and have the original hand breaded pork tenderloin that was featured on the Travel Channel. Then walk down to Antiqology for ice cream and the Midwest’s largest selection of craft sodas.



Soar through the trees on the Zip Line Canopy Tour at Zip Timber Lake.


Day Two:

Get up early and spend the day at Salamonie Lake on a rented pontoon or a Party Barge for 20 of your closest friends from Pirates Cove Marina and then stay up late and enjoy a double feature at the nostalgic Goodrich Twin Huntington Drive-In Theater. Don’t forget the popcorn!


Rent out the barge for the day.


Day Three:

Spend the day shopping in the quaint town of Roanoke for jewelry, artistic works, clothing, gifts, kitchen items, quilting supplies and so much more. Have lunch in one of their cafes and then spend the afternoon sampling wine at Two-EE’s Winery. For dinner, make reservations at Joseph Decuis, a gourmet farm-to-fork that features its own farm-raised Wagyu beef.


Day Four:

After a big breakfast, spend time golfing at one of the county’s five golf courses or hiking one of our scenic trails and visiting our Sunken Gardens in Huntington before heading out of town.


Need help planning your trip? We are more than happy to help you hand craft your adventure. Call us at 800-848-4282 or browse our site for details and trip ideas.

Posted by Tina Bobilya at 4:54 pm