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Bourbon, Indiana

Bourbon, Indiana

As you travel east down the Historical Lincoln Highway from Plymouth, you will come to the quaint town of Bourbon. This small community once belonged to the Potawatomi Indians with trails running from South Bend to Bourbon.

Bourbon has obtained phenomenal growth through the years and yet has kept the small town feel and quality of life it has always had.

The Community Park of Bourbon offers a splash pad, basketball, playground and corn hole courts along with a pavilion for family fun.

A great place to stop while visiting picturesque Bourbon is Sit Park, located on Main Street downtown. The folks of Bourbon remember their history in a memorial to the Old Town Pump located near the gazebo in this park.

Potawatomi Wildlife Park is just south of Bourbon and welcomes visitors with a field of sunflowers and a nature center to explore. The Park is a great way to get some fresh air while walking the marked trails around the water, through the woods. Generations of families return every year for the park’s fun filled fishing derby

 

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