Travel with Meadowood


Meadowood Retirement Community offers day trips and overnight excursions to a variety of locations both locally and abroad. It’s our goal to host lively and engaging outings that stimulate the mind and the heart. Experience spectacular music and theatrical performances, learn about history through historical sites and museums, see fine art and enjoy the natural beauty of the world and expand your mind while visiting cultures different than your own. Travel with us and say “yes” to life!

All trips listed below are open to the public. If you are interested in signing up for any of our trips or have questions about one of our trips, please contact Mark Kraner, Independent Living Activities Director, at [email protected] or at (812) 330-4375 x304.

Branson Christmas

Friday November 29, November 29th - December 1st, 2019

Enjoy spectacular Christmas shows including Andy Williams Ozark Mountain Christmas featuring the Osmonds and the Lennon Sisters, Shoji Tabuchi Christmas How, Cheryl & Dino Christmas Show and a lavish Christmas Winterland production. Finish this extravaganza with the Irish Tenors and the Celtic Ladies!
$595/D/D or $725 Single. Guests add $30 additional per person. Deposits of $250 due by 10/23/19 to Travel Leaders. Trip insurance available through Travel Leaders.

Cabo San Lucas

Sunday January 12, January 12th - 17th, 2020
RIU Palace, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

It’s an all-inclusive sunny vacation in the heart of the winter months. Enjoy the scenic coastal views facing the Sea of Cortez, two spacious swimming pools and your choice of five restaurants. 

Trip includes bus transportation to and from Indianapolis Airport, flight, transfers to hotels, lodging, meals, drinks, taxes, tips and escorts. Day trips from the resort will be extra. $1,595 per person.

Broadway Across America: Come from Away

Sunday January 26, 11 AM Departure
Clowes Memorial Hall

This Canadian musical tells the story of people who found themselves grounded in Newfoundland following the 911 attacks in the United States. It’s a true story of a small town who welcomed the world.  We’ll stop for an early dinner on the way home. Don’t miss this celebration of what makes up the best in humankind. 

Tickets are $55 for residents, $60 for guests.