INDIANAPOLIS - People attending this year's Indiana State Fair will be able to pick up a free copy of the state's newest road map.
The updated 2015 map will be available in the fairgrounds' Indiana Farm Bureau building during the fair, which begins Friday and runs through Aug. 17.
After the fair ends, the maps can be picked up at state legislative offices, highway rest stops, state welcome centers and Indiana Farm Bureau offices. They can also be requested by visiting IndianasMap.com.
The maps are available free of charge under a state partnership with Indiana Farm Bureau and Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.
One million of this year's maps were produced. Its cover features Elkhart County's Bonneyville Mill County Park, which is home to one of Indiana's oldest continuously operating grain grist mills.
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