Adventure and Fun in Washington County, Indiana
Welcome to the heart of Southern Indiana, where picturesque landscapes, warm hospitality, and a touch of nostalgia await you. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embark on an unforgettable journey through Washington County, a charming destination that promises to soothe your soul and ignite your sense of adventure.
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Historic hand hued log cabin with modern amenities. The large lawn is a park like setting that includes a charcoal grill, fire pit and picnic table perfect for cookouts and s'mores! Quiet getaway where guests can simply relax away from the city lights and noise. 15 minutes from Salem, 30 minutes from Paoli Peaks, 45 minutes from French Lick Casino or Louisville, Ky. Several parks within an hour or less drive that offer fishing, swimming, hiking, caves, biking, and canoeing.
Delaney Park is a 326 acre park with an 88 acre lake with unlimited recreational opportunities including swimming, fishing, boat rentals, nature hikes, basketball, volleyball, horseshoe pits, playground, modern and primitive camping, cabin and lodge rentals, shelter house rentals and the new Delaney Park Restaurant. Access to the Knobstone Trail is available from the Delaney Creek Park Trailhead located in the rear parking area of the park.
Delaney Creek Park includes an 88 acre lake within 326 acres of country wilderness. The park includes lodges, cabins, primitive cabins and 35 camping sites. All camping and cabin rentals are a two night minimum on weekends from April 15-November 1. Holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day) require a 3 night minimum. If you like camping you have your choice of camper/RV camping in the Modern area or tent camping in the Primitive area. Modern camping includes water and electric hook ups. Primitive camping is total roughing it and NO campers/RVs allowed. If you want the home features, we have cabins and lodges available to rent. We h ...
The Denny family has been farming in this location in rural Washington County, Indiana for more than 160 years. Their heritage includes not only strong family values, but a commitment to honor God in all we do. Their grass finished beef business began in 2006 and it furthers our goal to raise our children and grandchildren to appreciate God's creation, while providing a superior product that allows people to buy local, and know exactly where and how their food is produced.
The Depot transforms the great moments of a past era of Monon history into a reality to be remembered and enjoyed by countless visitors — those who remember they were once kids, and those who have the spark of adventure and intrigue that says they still are. The Depot Museum contains antique furniture from railroad stations, including the original waiting room benches from the Salem station that was torn down in 1982. Also, there are displays of railroad equipment and tools, signs, advertisements, signals and lanterns. A worker’s motor car and a station’s baggage wagon are on display. The Depot’s basement contains an HO scale model railroad that dep ...
Destination's Vintage Market is in the lower level of our barn venue and provides shopping bliss for lovers of primitive, vintage, handcrafted and unique home furnishings, décor, and collectibles at affordable prices. Their everchanging inventory of antique, painted, repurposed, reproduction, and primitive furniture, glassware, linens, and multiple other items, are affordable and certain to please and bring you back time and time again! Our staff is available to greet and assist you as needed. We are open Thursday through Saturday and by appointment, April through December. The Destination LLC is a tranquil country setting nestled in the rolling hil ...
Dry stone walls have been created for thousands of years and given the plentiful supply of Salem Limestone (or commonly referred to as Oolitic Limestone) in the area, there are a few wonderful examples of dry stone walls in Washington County that have marked the passage of time. Pictured is a beautiful example of a dry stone wall providing a boundary to the Big Spring Church of Christ Cemetery.