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The cool air and turning leaves mean two things, Fall is just around the corner, and the Covered Bridge Festival is ready to begin. Indiana's largest festival is entering it's 57th year and gets bigger each year. It's estimated that over one and a half million people will visit Parke County during the festival, and a record number of vendors will take part as well.
The cool air and turning leaves mean two things, Fall is just around the corner, and the Covered Bridge Festival is ready to begin.
Indiana's largest festival is entering it's 57th year and gets bigger each year.
It's estimated that over one and a half million people will visit Parke County during the festival, and a record number of vendors will take part as well.
There are 31 covered bridges in Parke County to visit, and bus tours are available to take you around to see the sights.
Rockville may be the center of the Covered Bridge Festival universe, but each community involved has something special to offer visitors.

Cathy Harkrider- Executive Director Parke County Incorporated
"You can see apple butter being made in Bloomingdale, Tangier has the buried beef, Montezuma has food, and the Wabash Eerie Canal tours. Mecca has a one room school house and the covered bridge, in Rosedale the Florida Civic Center has all kinds of treasures, Bridgeton and Mansfield each have a covered bridge and lots of shopping."

The 57th annual Parke County Covered Bridge Festival starts Friday and ends on October 20th.
You can find all the details at coveredbridges.com

 
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