Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Covered Bridge Festival - Parke County Indiana

This countywide festival always starts on the 2nd Friday in October

Headquartered on the courthouse lawn in Rockville since 1957 you will find food served from organizations of the county the use funds to promote their organizations throughout the year.

  The streets around the courthouse will be filled with crafters and vendors for your shopping delight. 

 Free entertainment is scheduled on the south side of the courthouse

The Historic Ritz Theatre will have traditional melodramas for the entire family during the festival

Billie Creek Village is a turn of the century village 2 miles east of Rockville

Bridgeton has a wide array of crafters and vendors along with a gristmill, 1878 Home and Case Log Home.

Montezuma is home to the Hog Roast

But the main attraction are the historic covered bridges throughout the county, such as Portland Mill, Mansfield, Bowsher Ford and Billie Creek.  Take a leisurely drive through the countryside surrounded by color and find all the great kodak moments hidden in Parke County.

No comments:

Post a Comment