Q:

What towns are in Parke County, Indiana?

A:

Quick Answer

Some of the towns in Parke County, Indiana are Adams, Florida, Greene, Howard and Jackson. Other townships in Parke County include Liberty, Raccoon, Wabash, Sugar Creek and Washington.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

For those looking for things to do, the towns of Parke County, Indiana have a lot to offer. Sugar Creek has several canoeing options to enjoy the geology of the region. Sugar Creek also has a Go-Kart track that is ideal for individuals or groups. Parke County has 30 covered bridges and every year hosts the Covered Bridge Festival, which is Indiana's largest and oldest festival. The town of Rockville is the headquarters for this festival.

The town of Roseville (also called Rosedale) holds the annual Strawberry Festival in June. In addition to the delicious fruit, the other main attractions of the event include country and Christian music, big-name bands, crafts, various displays and games for young and old alike. Parke County offers much by way of scenic outdoor spots for just relaxation or to enjoy water sports and other recreation. The Raccoon Lake State Park is a popular destination, along with the Rockville and Turkey Run State Parks. The county has quite a few Amish settlements and elements of historic significance such as the Mansefield Roller Mill and the Wabash and Erie Historical Canal Tour.

Learn more about The Midwest

Related Questions

Explore