The Mansfield Village celebration of the Covered Bridge Festival is unlike anywhere else in the county. As hundreds of thousands of visitors gather in October every year in
Parke County, Indiana, the Mansfield Covered Bridge stands out as one of the most visited. Built in 1867, this bridge is 247 feet long and was built by J. J. Daniels to cross Big Raccoon Creek. It is an icon that continues to remind us of a simpler time.
There's fun for everyone in the family at the Mansfield Village Annual Mushroom Festival the weekend of April 27th, 2019.
Mushrooms will be sold throughout the day at the Mushroom Auction both Saturday and Sunday, with thousands of dollars changing hands from bidders and sellers from near and far. The Auction will be held at the Red barn.
Last Blast of 2018 Summer Along the Banks of Big Raccoon Creek
Mansfield Village Beans & Cornbread Day
September 8, 2018
The early autumn breezes along Big Raccoon Creek set the stage for this annual event full of family fun. Bring the whole family out to skip a stone over the creek, stroll the bridge or browse through the treasures at in Mansfield Village.
We invite you to come experience Northern Parke County where you can walk wooded wonderlands of virgin forests, marvel over magnificent sandstone ravines, descend canyons of untouched geological formations and experience a piece of Indiana that time has carefully molded and that has been left virtually untouched by the modern world.
Steer your course to Up the Creek Boat-ique’ and be delighted at the unique décor, great food and, best of all, an attitude from a different latitude. Started in 2000 as a small campstore and convenience store, Up the Creek has evolved into a restaurant well known for its great and varied menu.
I didn’t know my grandmothers, but I like to think they would have lived in a home just like Karen and John Stutler’s Turkey Hill Farm Antiques and Uniques. Located down a gravel lane surrounded by fields, 1⁄4 mile south off US 47 on Marshall Road, this gem is easy to find.