Friday, February 24, 2017

Parke County Covered Bridge Auto Trails

Parke County Covered Bridge Auto Trails
Parke County Covered Bridge Auto Trails

Explore the covered bridges and peaceful rural countryside of beautiful Parke County, Indiana. This wonderful region has over thirty historic covered bridges preserved for visitors to see. Parke County Covered Bridge Auto Trails includes the history of not only the bridges, but many of the men that built them as well. Anyone that anticipates visiting this beautiful area will want to read Parke County Covered Bridge Auto Trails and take it with them as they enjoy the wonderful Parke County, Indiana countryside.

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Friday, February 17, 2017

Driving the Canals and Rivers Auto Trail

Driving the Canals and Rivers Auto Trail
Driving the Canals and Rivers Auto Trail

Take a wonderful road trip through southeastern Indiana by driving the Canals and Rivers Auto Trail. This delightful auto trail tours through the heart of Franklin and Dearborn Counties. Explore the historic sites of Metamora, Brookville, Lawrenceburg and Aurora, Indiana. Visit the Whitewater Canal State Historic site, then drive along the Whitewater and Ohio Rivers. Tour historic Hillforest Mansion in Aurora, and then return to Metamora through the scenic southeastern Indiana countryside.

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