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You’ll Love this Covered Bridge Town in Western Indiana

Parke County is known for its covered bridges, 31 to be exact. To celebrate their unique collection of covered bridges, Parke County hosts a county-wide Covered Bridge Festival each year, always starting on the second Friday in October. This year, Read more >

Feast on October’s Fall Festivals – 2012

Though the kids are back in school, Indiana hasn’t finished celebrating its heritage of food and fun. Let the Hoosier state spice up your weekends with these exciting fall festivals. Check out these highlight events, then, find more in the Events Read more >

Parke County’s Covered Bridge Festival

If you knew me, you probably wouldn’t think that I count down the days until the Covered Bridge Festival in Parke county. The majority of my life consists of social media and culinary adventures, so why would I look forward Read more >

Indiana Covered Bridge Loop

Six Counties. Nine Bridges. One Great Trail. The Indiana Covered Bridge Loop features single, double, triple span bridges, and the only remaining double tunnel bridge in Indiana. Drive the Loop in a day-long adventure or over a long weekend. Your Read more >

The Covered Bridge Festival: A New Type of Fall Fun

Parke County. What’s so special about a tiny county in Western Indiana? You’d be surprised. Parke County claims the title of the Covered Bridge Capital of the World and it hosts one of the biggest festivals incorporating covered bridges. The Read more >

The Covered Bridge Festival (Minus the Covered Bridges)

I’ve heard a lot of great things about the Covered Bridge Festival that attracts thousands of Indiana residents and tourists every October. A couple of my friends have been a few times, but it seems like an event for families Read more >

Parke County Maple Syrup Festival

The Parke County Maple Syrup Festival is already underway, with one more weekend to go. But don’t worry, there’s still time. The festival runs February 27 & 28, and March 6 & 7. At the end of the winter, Parke Read more >

There’s no shortage of Indiana fun in October

Those folks over at the Indiana Humanities Council sure like to have fun. And they want you to have fun, too. So they’ve put together a list of 31 things to do in Indiana this month. You can check out Read more >