Remington, IN - located in farm country close to Fair
Oaks Dairy Farm, Wolf Park, Indiana Beach Amusement
Park, St. Joseph's College, Purdue University, Antique
Shoppes and Annual Local Festivals. Visit Monon
Connection, Tippecanoe Battlefield Historical Area,
Prophetstown and Wind Farms.
Only 20 minutes
from Indiana Beach Amusement Park.
Market Every Tuesday
Evening & Saturday Mornings in Season
- Rensselaer Chamber of Commerce - A list of Retailers, Events, Offices,
Services, Education in the area.
Freeman - Lake Shafer - Boating, Skiing, Fishing, Water Fun ONLY 30 minutes away.
Oaks Dairy Farm -
is the perfect destination for any playful soul. Hang out with family and friends,
chow down on the best grilled cheese sandwiches in the land, learn about
sustainable dairy farming and watch a baby calf being born. Events held
throughout the year. Milk Cow
Park - is
a non-profit organization dedicated to education and behavioral research which
benefits wolves and their canid relatives. The Park maintains free-living
ambassador animals in mixed habitats, provides public educational programs and
in-depth seminars, hosts researchers from many institutions to conduct
behavioral and cognitive research with the wolves, and advocates for the
Beach Amusement Resort - Rides, Waterpark, Games and other Fun Stuff! (Only 20 Minutes
from the QUIET Country Setting of Caboose Lake Campground)
Buttery & Bakery - Local seller of Bulk Foods, Deli and Lunch - YUM!
Located in Battle Ground, Indiana, Historic Prophetstown is a unique
experience. We are dedicated to showing, sharing, and teaching about
agriculture and horse powered farming. Discover the farm, where valuable
lessons are uncovered.
Connection Museum & The Whistle Stop Restaurant - offers a world class collection of
artifacts and memorabilia from the railroads bygone era.
Creek Trails -
one stop place for buying tack, trail riding, or buying/boarding horses. Trail
Rides from 30 Minutes to 2 Hours.
- Tippecanoe Battlefield - Explore the grounds where the conflict
occurred. Visit vivid museum displays and discover the history of a time
when two Shawnee brothers had a dream of uniting many tribes into an organized
defense against the white settlers. Walk the battle ground where Native
Americans and settlers clashed and a conflict of cultures was resolved. The
museum contains colorful displays and information on the history and events of
the The Battle of Tippecanoe.
- Geocaching - is a real-world outdoor treasure
hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using
GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online.
St. Joseph's College Calendar of