Warrick County Resource Guide & Map
1. Warrick County Museum
217 S. First Street
Boonville, IN
(812) 897-3100
Hours: Monday-Wednesday 1pm-4pm and select Sundays 1pm – 4pm At the corner of First and Walnut Streets (the old Ella Williams school building,). A repository of treasured mementos and priceless artifacts from local history.
2. Thresherman’s Park
Off SR 61N
Boonville, IN
812-897-1453
Historic park offering a welcoming retreat from the busy world with a pioneer church and one-room schoolhouse. Host to Pioneer Days and the Antique Steam and Gas Engine Club’s show and flea market.
3.Angel Mounds State Historic Site
8215 Pollack Avenue
Evansville, IN
(812) 853-3956
One of Indiana’s largest Native American settlements, Angel Mounds was the home of the Middle Mississippian culture from 1100 to 1450 A.D. Innovative educational programs and Music at the Mounds concerts. Native American Days in September offers a glimpse into the daily life of the Mississippian people.
4.Historic Newburgh
9 W. Jennings Street
Newburgh, IN
812-853-2815
Picturesque town on the scenic Ohio River with historic homes and buildings, specialty stores, antique shops, and dining establishments. The Old Newburgh Lock and Dam hosts festivals and gatherings. Rivertown Trail offers a scenic view of the water and the Locks and Dam.
5. Chandler Motorsports Park & Motor Speedway
1099 Inderrieden Road
Chandler, IN
812-925-6287
Speedway boasts a 3/8 mile semi-banked clay oval track. Races held every Friday night from April through November and feature UMP modifieds, Pro-4 Mods, Super Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Pick-ups and Mini-stocks. Motorsports Park has a 1/8 mile NHRA dragstrip for Super Pro, Pro, Pro Bike, Real Street, Sportsmen, Jr. Dragsters and Quick 16 divisions.
6. Court House Square
1099 Inderrieden Road
Locust Street
Boonville, IN
812) 897-2340 Warrick County Chamber of Commerce
(812) 897-0140 City Hall
Warrick County Courthouse is a handsome example of Georgian architectural style, flanked by majestic 19th Century buildings dating back to the railroad boom era. Highlights include the Saint Charles Hotel and the Rex Theater.
7. Meyer Farms Game Preserve
10288 E. SR 68
Dale, IN
(812) 536-3708
Family-owned farm featuring 400 acres stocked with pheasant, quail and chukar. Open October through April 1, with reservations required. Bird cleaning, dog, and guide available on request.
8. Yellow Banks Recreation Center
12733 Yellow Banks
Dale, IN
(812) 567-4703
Grocery Store in continuous operation since 1839. A restaurant by the store. Pottery shop and chainsaw carving demonstrations. Home of one of state’s largest craft shows and flea markets on the second and third full weekends in September.
9. Scales Lake Park
800 W. Tennyson Road
Boonville, IN
(812) 897-6200
Park hours: Sun-Thurs 7am – 8pm; Fri-Sat 7am-9pm. 470 acre county-owned park features a 66 acre lake, cabin rentals, and 128 campsites. Relax on the beach, zip down the huge waterslide, or visit the petting zoo. Home to the TD Scales Pavilion, a popular gathering place for community and social events.
10. Lynnville RV Park & Wahnsiedler
Observatory
SR 68 W
Lynnville, IN
(812) 922-5144
Reclaimed surface mine is a haven for fisherman and campers. 275-acre lake stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Boat ramp and rental. Modern and primitive camping. Bike trails. Wahnsiedler Observatory is home of the Evansville Astronomical Society.
11. Museum of the Coal Industry
SR 68 W
Lynnville, IN
(812) 922-5659
Friday 12 PM - 4 PM Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM Sunday 12 PM - 4 PM Founded in the 1980s to honor the area’s mining heritage. Highlights include miniature dragline, full-size dragline cab, coal car from the former Tecumseh mine, and an impressive display of photographs.
12. Warrick County 4-H Center
133 East Degonia Road
Boonville, IN 47601-9810
812-897-3017
Home of annual 4-H fair and Purdue Extension office.
13. Interlake State Recreation Area
SR 68
Lynnville, IN 47619
812-789-2724
Reclaimed surface mine features 3550 acres of land with three separate eras of mining and reclamation and diverse topography. Motorized OHV, mountain biking, and equestrian trails. Fishing, hunting, hiking, some boating, trapping,and dog training also allowed.
14.Newburgh Lockmaster Cottages & Lock and Dam Park
812-853-3578
Former Lock & Dam lockmaster cottages converted for visitors. Each ADA-accessible cottage is completely furnished and will sleep eight people. Daily linen service provided.
15. Newburgh Rivertown Trail
Former Lock & Dam lockmaster cottages converted for visitors. Each ADA-accessible cottage is completely furnished and will sleep eight people. Daily linen service provided.
16. Bluegrass Fish and Wildlife Area
812-789-2724
Reclaimed surface mine covers 2,532 acres and features 28 pits and lakes (600 acres of water) for fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching.
17. Vann Road Sports Facilities
5433 Vann Road
Newburgh, IN 47630-1207
Home of Newburgh Junior Baseball and Girls Softball
18. Mulzer Fields
9511 West State Road 662
Newburgh, IN 47630
Fields for Newburgh Junior Baseball
19.Amax Soccer Fields
6000 Outer Lincoln Ave, Newburgh
20. Alcoa Soccer Fields
4799 Red Brush Rd
Newburgh, IN 47630
www.swisasoccer.com
21. Castle Soccer Complex
3344 State Route 261
Newburgh, IN 47630
22. Boonville Middle
Soccer Fields
555 North Yankeetown Road
Boonville, IN 47601-2087
23. Victoria National Golf Club
2000 Victoria National Boulevard
Newburgh, IN 47630
812-858-8230
Private, members-only club. Tom Fazio golf course on reclaimed surface mine is ranked #24 in America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses/2009-10 by Golf Digest.
24. Rolling Hills Country Club
1666 Old Plank Road
Newburgh, IN 47630-9500
812-925-3336
Private, members-only club built in pristine woods and farmland.
25. Quail Crossing Golf Course
5 Quail Crossing Drive
Boonville, IN 47601-8466
812-897-1052
Public club designed by Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design is styled in imitation of Shinnecock Hills.
26. Boonville Country Club
5244 Indiana 61
Boonville, IN 47601-9422
812-897-1370
Semi-Private club that offers membership but is open to the public.
27. Newburgh History
100 E. Jennings Street
Newburgh, IN
Newburgh History, the town’s storyteller, connecting people to the past by collecting, preserving, and sharing the town’s history.