Bass Lake

Bass Lake

Bass Lake is the third largest natural lake in Indiana and actually stands on top of a hill! A unique lake in Indiana that covers more than 1,400...

Brookston

Brookston

Brookston's proximity to Lafayette and Purdue University make this community a haven for those looking for small-town living with access to major...

Buffalo

Buffalo

This northern White County community is located on the banks for the Tippecanoe River. Campsites, cottages and cornfields define the countryside....

Burnettsville

Burnettsville

Located in the eastern corner of White County, Burnettsville has a family-oriented spirit. Dedicated citizens keep busy year-round and are engaged...

Chalmers

Chalmers

Chalmers is a small community with cheerful hospitality and togetherness. Chalmers is home to the Maintenance Center for the county's wind farms....

Francesville

Francesville

The town of Francesville was platted in 1853 by James Brooks of New Albany, then president of the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, shortly after...

Idaville

Idaville

East of Monticello on U.S. Highway 24, Idaville is a small rural community with a spirit of family values. Annually, visitors enjoy the popular...

Kewanna

Kewanna

Kewanna is a town in Union Township, Fulton County, Indiana, United States. The population was 613 at the 2010 census.

Knox

Knox

The City of Knox is located in Center Township and is the county seat for Starke County, Indiana. The population was 3,721 in the 2000 census. The...

Medaryville

Medaryville

Medaryville was laid out in 1852, just ahead of the construction of the New Albany and Salem Railroad, later called the Monon Railroad. The town was...

Monon

Monon

With it's historic roots tied to the railroads, the Town of Monon has a rich history surrounding the Monon Line that was created by the Chicago,...

Monterey

Monterey

Originally known as the ‘DeMoss Settlement’, after one of the area’s first settlers, Monterey was officially platted as ‘Buena Vista’ in...

Monticello

Monticello

This community offers an enchanting atmosphere of friendliness and fun augmented and reflected by two beautiful, accessible lakes. The city's...

North Judson

North Judson

The area now known as North Judson was originally Brantwood, a town platted on October 1, 1859 less than a mile northwest of the current town. The...

Surrounding Areas

Reynolds

Located in the heart of White County, Reynolds is home of the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service and the White County 4-H Fairgrounds. Each July,...

Rochester

Rochester

​Rochester is the home to many attractions and events. The community offers all the things of a big city with a small town personality.

Royal Center

Royal Center

Royal Center is located on US 35 between Winamac and Logansport. Royal Center is the fourth-largest town by population in Cass County, and the...

Star City

Star City

City was originally called Scarboro, and under the latter name was laid out in 1859. The original name proved to be unpopular, and the name was...

Winamac

Winamac

Pulaski County was formally organized 6 May 1839, when a group of men met at a log cabin and designated “Winnemack”, on the bank of the...

Wolcott

Wolcott

Wolcott's location makes it a prime industrial and business location. Interstate 65 is four miles west of Wolcott, providing easy access to the...