Welcome to Indiana’s Territorial Past, located in Vincennes and Knox County.

Indiana’s first city is the perfect getaway for history enthusiasts.

Fall Foliage

Fall’s beautiful colors are predicted to peak in the coming weeks.  Due to warmer temperatures through October the fall colors are starting to appear in early November.  We have compiled a list of fall foliage viewing spots in Knox County to help you get out and enjoy all the season has to offer.

Ouabache Trails Park is a 54-acre park on the Wabash River featuring 4 miles of marked trails, picnic areas & playgrounds in a beautiful wooded setting on the edge of town.

Gregg Park in Vincennes has many different species of trees making it a great viewing spot for fall colors.  The park has playgrounds, picnic areas and a walking path.

Visit the George Rogers Clark NHP or take a stroll on the Riverwalk in downtown Vincennes to view the foliage along the Wabash River.

Fox Ridge Nature Park offers 95-acre space for passive recreation such as walking and hiking, bicycling, fishing and exploring the natural world that inhabits the park.

Take a drive out Road and Gun Club Road in Bruceville and cruise through the Rod and Gun Club for beautiful fall foliage on your way back.

 

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