"When you rent an apartment in Manhattan, also known as "The Little Apple®," you can enjoy a variety of nearby outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, fishing, tailgating and more.
No matter what part of Manhattan your apartment is in, you'll be close to natural splendors and recreational activities. Tuttle Creek Lake is five miles north of Manhattan and is the second largest body of water in Indiana. It's a terrific place to go fishing either from a boat or a public-access fishing spot on some of the 100 miles of shoreline. There are also 200 acres of hiking and horseback riding trails with camping areas and 16,000 acres of hunting grounds surrounding the lake.
Also not far from your apartment is Manhattan Linear Park Trail, which is a fun, 2-mile trail for hikers and bikers of different skill levels. For serious mountain biking, try the Fancy Creek State Park at Tuttle Creek Lake. You can also hike through the Konza Prairie, which showcases 8,616 acres of native tallgrass prairie in the Kansas Flint Hills about 10 miles from Manhattan.
Take a break from unpacking and decorating your Manhattan apartment to visit some of the interesting and educational museums and historic sites in the area. The Wolf House Museum is in an historic limestone house that was built in 1868 and later restored to the period between 1883 and 1895. If you or your loved ones have children, take them to the Pioneer Log Cabin at City Park. It's a great place to teach children about the homes of early settlers. The cabin exhibits old farming tools, household appliances and more. These are just two of many historic sites and museums within a short drive from Manhattan apartments.
Manhattan brings many attractions to its residents - too many to name here. Find a great Manhattan apartment today on ApartmentGuide.com, and explore all that Manhattan and the surrounding areas have to offer."