Forks of the Wabash Historic Park
Travel back in time where early American settlers signed peace treaties with the Native Americans. Visit the home of Chiefs’ LaFontaine and Richardville, and several other historic buildings along the Wabash River, as history comes to life at the Forks of the Wabash Historic Park. The gift shop, wooded trail, and large covered picnic area are used by thousands of school children each year on educational field trips.
3011 West Park Drive
Huntington, Indiana 46750
Open Tuesday and Thursday mornings
Other hours by appointment
Add some "spirit" to your Halloween with a visit to the Haunted Hotel, Thirteenth Floor....
Trick-or-Treat Hours on Halloween Night for Huntington, Andrews, Roanoke and Markle — October 31st, 2014
Trick- or-Treat Hours in the City of Huntington, and the towns of Andrews, and Roanoke,...
The 12th Annual Scarecrow Festival in Warren features a Costume Parade begining at 6:00...
Avoid disappointment! Due to varying schedules, call ahead or check online to make sure your favorite places will be open during your visit.
We can't think of a better way to spend a day than soaring through the trees on a zip line adventure at Zip Timber Lake and then relaxing on the patio at our award-winning Two-EE's Winery. It's a little bit extreme and a whole lot of fun! This is just one example of amazing experiences that you can have in Huntington County so browse through our website to find other trip ideas. Do More Huntington County!
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