Things to Do

  • Deer Creek Fish & Wildlife Area

    Greencastle, Indiana

    This 2,161-acre park features songbirds, woodpeckers, red-tailed hawks, turkey, and deer, in addition to wild berries, nuts and spring and fall mushrooms.

  • DePauw School of Music

    Greencastle, Indiana

    From the Green Guest Artist series to student recitals to the faculty concerts, the DePauw School of Music offers performances to be enjoyed by everyone. Take your seat for solo recitals, chamber music, ensemble concerts, operas, musical theater productions, and more. The School of Music engages and collaborates with the broader community so everyone enjoys the musical opportunities it provides.

  • DePauw University

    Greencastle, Indiana

    Greencastle is America’s Classic College Town because DePauw University has made it so since 1837.

  • DePauw University Nature Park

    Greencastle, Indiana

    This 520-acre Park is in, and around, a retired limestone quarry, with perfectly maintained trails, outstanding views and wildlife teeming along Little Walnut Creek.

  • Designs by Donna & Friends

    Bainbridge, Indiana

    Located near the only lighthouse in Putnam County, this charming gift shop offers unique handmade items you won’t find anywhere else.

  • Dick Huffman Bridge

    Pleasant Gardens, Indiana

    At 265’, the Dick Huffman Bridge is Putnam County’s longest historic covered bridge.

  • Dunbar Bridge

    Greencastle, Indiana

    Dunbar is nearer to downtown Greencastle than any of the county’s nine historic covered bridges.

  • Ed Chambers Horsemanship / Turning Point Equine Center

    Roachdale, Indiana

    Equine clinics, lessons, boarding, 72 acres of trails, an incredible indoor arena and pen, and Ed himself make Turning Point a horse college riders keep returning to.

  • Edna Collings (Haunted?) Bridge

    Clinton Falls, Indiana

    It was the last covered bridge built in Putnam County, Indiana replacing a concrete bridge washed out in high waters; and it’s believed to be haunted.

  • Eli’s Books

    Greencastle, Indiana

    Eli’s Books is DePauw University’s official bookstore and is located on the courthouse square in downtown Greencastle.

  • Fern Cliff Nature Preserve

    Greencastle, Indiana

    Fern Cliff and its sandstone cliffs have long been a popular Indiana refuge.

  • Glenn Flint Lake

    Clinton Township, Indiana

    Glenn Flint Lake is home to a relatively new population of game fish, including lots of spunky panfish and bluegill.

  • Green Center for the Performing Arts

    Greencastle, Indiana

    The Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts is home to the DePauw School of Music and DePauw Theatre, host to weekly performances, recitals and lectures open to guests to enjoy.

  • Greencastle Arts Council

    Greencastle, Indiana

    The Greencastle Arts Council is the town square for the community of artists throughout the region, with a focus on support and promotion.

  • Hall Woods Nature Preserve

    Greencastle, Indiana

    A microcosm of the entire Big Walnut Natural Area, Hall Woods Nature Preserve is owned and managed by the Indiana Division of Nature Preserves.

  • Harris Sugar Bush

    Greencastle, Indiana

    Just north of Greencastle there’s a huge stand of maple trees, and in the middle, at the end of a very long, hilly drive, is Indiana’s largest maple syrup producer.