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Touch down for a top-flight jaunt to West Baden

Add this to your list of must-see spots where you can pair the adventure of flying with the discovery of a truly unique destination.


Hear firsthand about what makes French Lick Resort the perfect fly-in vacation destination. Our friends from Our Flying Life touched down for a romantic getaway at the resort, and you can check out Wendy and Zach’s blog to hear about everything that went into their weekend adventure.

Sunset Dinners on the Pete Dye Golf Course

Looking for your next jaunt where you can pair the adventure of flying with the discovery of a truly unique destination? French Lick Resort is your next landing spot. Book a relaxing getaway at West Baden Springs Hotel now through December 30, 2019 and we’ll give you $50 in resort credit (per night) to balance some of that fuel cost in flying here. Put your wheels down at French Lick Airport (KFRH), take a complimentary shuttle (6 miles), check in, and in a snap of the fingers, you’re ready for a getaway at this Midwestern gem.


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Travelers entering the West Baden Springs Hotel Atrium

Start with your hundred-dollar hamburger: a sunset dinner with a 40-mile hilltop view, or maybe a quiet table at Sinclair’s with their satisfying tasting menu alongside a glass of wine. Bring your sticks for 18 holes at The Pete Dye or Donald Ross Course, ranked the two best public golf courses in Indiana. Wind down with a massage at the spa. Ramp things back up at the blackjack table late into the evening.

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We make it easy. With advance notice, you’ll have a shuttle ready when you land at the airport to take you to the resort. And you can enjoy that complimentary transportation service throughout your whole stay as our shuttles take you anywhere on resort property as well as other attractions throughout town. The French Lick Airport accommodates private, corporate, charter and small commercial flights, and for more information about flying in, give airport manager John Shipman a call at (812) 325-0480.


French Lick Airport (KFRH)

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