We Live It. You’ll Love it.
Home to more than 10,000 acres of pristine parkland in northern Indiana’s Tippecanoe River valley, Pulaski County is the escape you didn’t even know you need, a simple reminder to breathe in.
Visitors descend upon our state park to witness the beauty of the seasons on the 10 miles of hiking and 13 miles of horse trails. On hot summer days, cares drift away as you float the river. County roads and a 23-mile trail the perfect opportunity for cycling in a breathtaking rural setting do deliver.
It’s the Simple Things that make Pulaski County our Paradise on the Tippecanoe. Take a minute to explore this page and find the slice for you.
It's the Simple Things
Forty-two seconds of pure bliss, and this video is just the icing on the heaven-on-earth cake. Watch, be amazed, watch again, and then come experience it for yourself
There's Something Fun for Everyone
Whether it’s a lazy day on the river you desire, or a hole-in-one that sets your heart afire, Pulaski County is the place to which to trek. Be it stock-car racing that pumps your blood or waging paint-war while crawling in the mud, to Pulaski County your GPS you should set.
Don’t Tippe-my-canoe, just enjoy floating the river!
The jewel of Pulaski County is, almost inarguably, the Tippecanoe River, one of the top-10 most important freshwater systems in North America. It was given this designation…Read more
Put the Rubber to the Road
Stretching more than 20 miles from Kenneth, in Cass County, to the south side of Winamac, the Panhandle Pathway is a fully paved bicycle/walking trail along the…Read more
An Outdoorsman’s Paradise
Offering opportunities for wild-dove and pheasant hunting in the heart of rural Pulaski County, Sandy Prairie Hunt Club provides more than 200 acres of ground, including 40…Read more
Paintball, castles, and spacecraft, oh my!
Sometimes, the simple things can be a little rough — getting pelted with a high-speed ball of paint (Don’t worry, it only stings a little, and then…Read more
Or Push the Pedal to the Metal!
Kersting’s Cycle Center & Museum, located in north-central Pulaski County near the Starke County line and State Road 39, is more — so much more — than…Read more
Escape to the Great Indoors
Hey, we get it! Sometimes, you just need a break from the go-go-go of stock cars, sand wedges, and sight-seeing, or maybe the sky rains on your…Read more
Weekend or season, for any reason: sleep under the stars
Southwest of Francesville, not far from Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area and optimal sandhill-crane viewing, Acorn Oaks Campground offers numerous opportunities for family fun, and is a…Read more
Hit the Links
Golf, like eggs, is cheaper in the country. Get in nine or 18 at one of our delightful courses. Southwest of Winamac, near the Tippecanoe River, Moss…Read more
Moo-velous Pulaski County!
Located east of Star City in southeastern Pulaski County, Jones Dairy Farm is a state-of-the-art robotic dairy, the first one ever established in Indiana. Sammy and Pam…Read more
Or Doze a Little More Cozily with the Creature Comforts
So, maybe pulling in the ol’ RV (It’s a good-lookin’ vehicle, ain’t it?!) or pitching a tent isn’t your style. That’s not a problem, because our delightful…Read more
Pub Grub and Drive-In Delights
From classic greasy-spoon diners, straight-from-the-50s drive-ins, and sit-down casual to pizza parlors and fast-food options, Pulaski County offers a little something for just about everyone. With wonderful…Read more
Playful Pulaski Primates
Perhaps the most unique spot in all of Pulaski County is the Peaceable Primate Sanctuary, a “retirement village” for research baboons and macaques operated by Scott Kubisch,…Read more
Pulaski County is home to some of Indiana's most beautiful parks.
There is no wi-fi in the forest, but we promise you’ll find a better connection. The solitude of the outdoors isn’t just a state of being that your grandfather used to tell you about; it really exists. Unplug from the fast-paced life you live and recharge in Pulaski County. Sometimes, it’s the simple things that keep us grounded.
Tippecanoe River State Park
Fed by eighty-eight natural lakes, the Tippecanoe River is considered the river of lakes. The state park, one of many access points around Pulaski County, is located…Read more
Winamac Town Park
Covering nearly 40 acres of beautiful riverfront property, the Winamac Town Park, on the east side of Winamac, is home to a walking trail, playground equipment, a…Read more
Located at County Roads 100 West and 500 South, Berns-Meyer Nature Preserve is a 20-acre preserve that is home to numerous tree species, marsh marigolds and green…Read more
Winamac Fish & Wildlife Area
Covering 4,880 acres north of Winamac and across U.S.-35 from the Tippecanoe River State Park, the Winamac F&WA is home to a wide variety of wildlife habitats….Read more
Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area
Nested on more than 8,000 beautiful acres northwest of Medaryville, the Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area is what the peace of the country is all about. From…Read more
Celebrating with our neighbors
“It takes a village” isn’t just a slogan in Pulaski County, it’s a way of life. Our neighbors and communities are an extension of our families. We laugh with each other at festivals, share with each other at farmers’ markets, sing with each other at parties, and take care of each other every day.
Francesville Fall Festival
In the late 1950s the Francesville Town Board advertised for bids to construct a fire station. The costs submitted were out of reach at that time, and…Read more
Monterey Days Festival
Over Labor Day weekend, located in the heart of friendly Monterey, Indiana, is the Monterey Days Festival, an annual event that got its start in 1997. This…Read more
Power from the Past
For some, few events are more nostalgic than experiencing farm machinery from a bygone era, perhaps even bringing back fond memories of a childhood spent on the…Read more
Pulaski Christmas Lights
If you’re in the area for the holidays, then this is not to be missed. In 1989, Pulaski County celebrated its 150th birthday. To ensure that each…Read more
There’s a nip in the air — unless there isn’t, because Indiana weather avoids predictability —, holiday parties are just around the bend, and the school semester…Read more
Staying active is just a way of life here.
You wouldn’t think that being pelted with a tiny, densely packed ball of paint would be fun. This video shows you that it is — especially when there are so many cool themed fields for taking out aggression, celebrating a bachelor party, or building company camaraderie!