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One of Indiana’s Oldest Towns, Let Oldenburg Charm You

Settled in 1817, the village of Oldenburg in Franklin County, Indiana is one of the oldest communities in the state. In that year, William George traveled from Pennsylvania by-way-of Cincinnati and staked a land claim along the East Harvey Branch Read more >

Step Back in Time in Indiana’s Most Unique Historic Village

It’s really quite hard to fully and accurately describe the uniqueness of Metamora, if you’ve never paid the community a visit. The historic village is a genuine, one-of-a-kind Hoosier destination with so many distinctive amenities, I’m not even sure exactly where Read more >

Hiking, biking, fishing, boating; Brookville Lake has it all.

Brookville Lake is a beautiful lake situated in southern Indiana that encompasses over 5,000 acres, surrounded by beautiful wooded scenery and camp grounds. A great place for camping, fishing, hunting, boating and other water sports, Brookville Lake is the perfect Read more >