Encounter all that Gibson County, Indiana has to offer.
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Things to Do

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Whether you are a history buff or an outdoor enthusiast, Go Gibson to explore your passion! With a multitude of sports venues, parks and outdoor attractions, Gibson County has plenty of ways to keep you moving.

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  • Azalea Path

    Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

    This arboretum and botanical garden offers over 50 acres and more than 300 varieties of azaleas, a wide variety of plant species and trees, as well as water features and unique wood carvings in a…

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  • Princeton

    Broadway Players/Princeton Community Theatre & Community Center

    Housed in the restored Princeton Theater, this local community theater group performs entertaining and thought provoking productions and offers educational opportunities for the community as well. Visit www.broadwayplayers.org for show schedule.

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  • Princeton

    Cane Ridge Wildlife Management Area

    As home to the largest nesting colony of the endangered interior Least Tern east of the Mississippi River, this refuge has been recognized as a Globally Important Bird Area and included in the National Audubon…

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  • Princeton

    Dorothy “Deda” Young Kiddie Park

    Public park offering playground equipment, picnic shelter, and an outdoor basketball court.

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  • Fort Branch

    Fort Branch Community Park

    The park includes baseball/softball fields, basketball court, pickleball courts, a picnic area, an enclosed shelter house and playground equipment.

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  • Princeton

    Gibson County Barn Quilt Trail

    Over 200 hand-painted blocks scattered around the county, each displaying its own unique quilt pattern.

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  • Gibson County Courthouse

    Gibson County Courthouse

    A picturesque example of nineteenth century Romanesque Revival architecture, the current courthouse is actually the third courthouse built for the county seat, Princeton. This courthouse, which was completed in 1886, was used as a model…

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  • Princeton

    Gibson County Fairgrounds

    Offering multiple venues accommodating from 50 to over 700 guests, plus outdoor venues for hosting year-round events, the fairgrounds is the site of Indiana's oldest continuously running county fair, started in 1852, the same year…

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  • Gibson County

    Gibson County Farmers Market Trail

    The Gibson County Farmer's Market Trail highlights the many farm markets sprinkled throughout the county, with offerings ranging from fresh produce and local meats to baked goods and local honey. Each participating location will also…

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  • Princeton

    Gil Hodges Field

    Located adjacent to Lafayette Park and included in the Heartland Historic Baseball Trail, this baseball field was named for Princeton native and former Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman, Gil Hodges. Hodges also was the 1969…

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  • Haubstadt

    Haubstadt Community Park & Disc Golf

    The park offers picnicking, an air-conditioned shelter house by reservation only, an outdoor shelter house available without reservation, baseball and softball diamonds, playground equipment and an 18-basket disc golf course.

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  • Buckskin

    Hemmer Woods Nature Preserve

    The nature preserve offers 73 acres of old-growth forest plus a scenic hiking trail. Located on CR 1050 East near Buckskin, IN.

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  • Buckskin

    Henager’s Memories and Nostalgia

    This collection features exhibits on Roy Rogers, Smokey Bear, rock Ôn roll, World War II, comics, SantaÕs workshop, and much more. Admission charged. Group rates available.

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  • Francisco

    Hopkins Park

    Amenities include a shelter house, picnic tables, charcoal grills, playground equipment and a 3- acre fishing lake.. There are prairies and wetlands, a mile-long loop for hiking and biking, a grassy clearing for field sports,…

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  • Princeton

    Lafayette Park

    This city park features a fishing pond, shelter houses, a playground, an open general-purpose recreation area, tennis courts, pickleball courts, an outdoor basketball court and a stage for public performances. The city swimming pool and…

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  • Lyles Station at Dusk

    Lyles Station Historic School & Museum

    Discover the story of a Midwestern early black pioneer settlement at Lyles Station. Settled in the early 1800's, Lyles Station stands as one of the last remaining African American settlements in the state. The legacy…

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  • Owensville

    Montgomery Park

    Features include a playground facility, several pavilions for small or large group gatherings, and a nature trail used for walking or jogging.

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  • New Lake
    Oakland City

    New Lake Campground

    RV and tent camping with 69 acre swimming lake, 32 RV campsites, primitive campsites, fishing, picnic areas, paved biking/hiking paths, shelter house, playground and disc golf course.

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  • Oakland City

    Oakland City Golf Club

    Located one mile east of IN S.R. 64 on IN S.R. 57, the Oakland City Golf Club is a nine-hole course that is open to club members and for public greens fees. The club also…

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  • Oakland City

    Oakland City New Lake

    This RV and tent campground features a 69 acre lake, 32 RV campsites, primitive campsites, swimming in season, fishing and ice fishing, picnic areas, paved biking/hiking paths, a shelter house and a playground.

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