Important Update

Important Update: Our hotels, dining venues and resort events (with the exception of concerts) are open to overnight guests only. French Lick Casino and the golf courses are open to the public. Fully vaccinated guests are welcome to enjoy the resort without a mask, with the exception of casino table games where masks are required. More Info

  • Students doing their elearning in the Mezzanine

School + Resort = Ideal Workcation

Who says learning can't be fun? In this era of e-learning and remote schoolwork, French Lick Resort is just as illuminating as it is relaxing. Add some French Lick flavor to the curriculum with downloadable resources and activities for kids to keep their creative motors running all throughout their work-cation at the resort.


Remote Possibilities

Teaching Tuesdays

Teaching Tuesdays text over stationary

From the science behind the limestone in the famous French Lick Springs Hotel tunnel to the architecture of the famed West Baden Springs Hotel dome, there’s educational opportunities at every turn. See below for our archived "Teaching Tuesdays" segments with videos and accompanying worksheets about the unique history of our resort and community. 

Circus History Lesson

Architecture Lesson

Bison Lesson

Mythology Lesson

Limestone Lesson

Bonus Lessons

Story Time with Mr. R

Mr R and Rex the Wonder Dog

Our Steve Rondinaro has been busy creating video lessons for our Teaching Tuesdays. Well, everyone needs a break now and then, so he’s also created "Story Time with Mr. R" for our young friends. We have a series of four stories he wrote, inspired by his lively dog Rex. Enjoy the adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog when you need a storytime break.


Part 1     Part 2     Part 3     Part 4

Download the Activity Book

Activity Book Cover

Our activity book filled with more than 20 pages of word searches, crossword puzzles, mazes, coloring pages and more. A fun outlet with a little taste of history, perfect for elementary-aged kids. Pick up one at any hotel front desk, or download and print one before your visit.


Activity Book

Can You #FindItAtFLR? 

Historical Scavenger Hunt Logo

Think you know our history? Get ready to find it at French Lick Resort. Play #FindItAtFLR to find sites with historical significance throughout the resort and take a selfie at each spot. Download or grab a clue sheet at the front desk, ace the test, post your favorite photo to social media, and earn a prize to take home. It’s both family-friendly and a perfect way to social distance while brushing up on 175 years of resort history.


Clue Sheet


Ready to tackle another history-related challenge? Head to the Visit French Lick West Baden visitors center to pick up their #iSpyVFLWB Scavenger Hunt.

“Dream Vacation” contest

Boy writing a paper at a table in the Mezzanine

Thank you to all the kids who participated in our creative writing contest! We were blown away by the funny, creative and thoughtful submissions from our young guests. Click to our blog to see some highlights from the dozens of entries we received.

Take a Brain Break

Kids in the bowling alley

With plenty of on-site activities, recess has a prominent place in the curriculum here.


Head to the pool for a dip. Sneak away for a quick hike, bike ride, or even work in a game of bowling. Get outdoors for some cornhole, badminton or croquet on the front lawn. Go for a horseback ride or a game of FootGolf. There’s plenty to look forward to when it’s time for a study break, or when schoolwork is done for the day.

Plenty of Spots for Getting Work Done

Teen working on her laptop on the chassé lounge in the atrium

When it’s time to go online to learn or get some reading done, the desks (and even the cozy king-size beds) in your guestroom are just the start. Needing a larger workspace for the kids when they’re working in pods? Stop by the concierge desk for suggested locations that might be available for working or studying.


Our 3,000+ acres have plenty more study-friendly locations, indoors and out. From the peaceful mezzanines and verandas at the hotels to out-of-the-way hideouts in the gardens, the kids can spread out and work in peace and quiet.