With the summer heat hanging on, you can’t go wrong with some cold ice cream. Thankfully, Festival Country is home to not one, but nine ice cream shops. Hit the (ice cream) trail and enjoy some of the best treats Just South of Indy.
First up is Handel’s. Known for their homemade ice cream and yogurt since 1945, Handel’s offers over 100 flavors!
After that, head to Ella’s Frozen Yogurt for some self-serve frozen yogurt. Their yogurt is certified by the National Yogurt Association, which means it is one of the healthiest types of frozen yogurt around. Keep it healthy with fresh fruit toppings, or add one of their 75 other toppings including candy, boba, sprinkles and more.
This next stop takes you to Indyo Frozen Yogurt, located in Greenwood. Enjoy frozen yogurt, coffee, unique soda and smoothies.
Mrs. Curl has been a staple in Greenwood for over 58 years. You can enjoy their soft-serve ice creams and hand-spun milkshakes at their outdoor café.
A visit to The Suds is a step back in time. This classic drive-in restaurant is known for their hamburgers, hotdogs and, of course, milkshakes. On the weekends you can see a classic car cruise-in while you dine.
Then, head to Scoops & Treasures. This shop serves hand-dipped ice cream and shakes in their eclectic shop. Visit them in Whiteland or in Franklin when their new location opens soon at Benjamin’s Scoops & Treasures.
Next on the trail is Ritter’s Frozen Custard, which serves creamy frozen custard in both Franklin and Greenwood. Their walk-up ice cream shop is a favorite for locals and visitors alike.
The final stop is at Hoosier Cupboard Candy, Snacks & Ice Cream, which is located in a historic train depot. This throwback shop is known for their hand-dipped ice cream and milkshakes, but you’ll also find old fashioned sodas and jars of taffy, gummies and chocolate lining the walls.