There's a huge dome in West Baden, Indiana that's used for indoor model planes, but I'm not sure where that is (north, south). Also the AMA museum in Muncie might have some kind of facility, but again, dunno if it's in northern IN.
Also, indoor golf domes and gymnasiums work, but golf domes charge, and gymnasiums are limited in size...
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