The Marshall Arch is the first work of Carroll O. Beeson, who, in the 55 years to follow, would be responsible for over 300 architectural projects in west central Indiana. The arch was constructed as a result of the local businessmen challenging the young architectural student to design something to enhance the town’s appearance.
Located in historic Marshall, Indiana, home of the Marshall Arch, a family set out to transform a former Massey Harris tractor implement store, The Marshall Hardware and later a print shop into their dream of a family restaurant. The building has been remodeled and a state of the art kitchen was added. Much of the original building was kept as was.
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.
After a full day of covered Bridge shopping, Peaceful Waters Campground offers you a relaxing way to spend your free time. Whether you like boating, fishing in a stocked pond, or just enjoying each others fellowship around a crackling fire watching the night stars, this campground offers it all. And if you are still ready to “shop till you drop”, you’ll find plenty of opportunity right here with quality artists’ wares from which to choose.
Meadow Sales was started as a fabric store on the second floor of the Zook’s horse barn in August 2000. Today Meadow Sales is best known as the boot and Carhartt clothing store out in the middle of nowhere. In 2008 the Zooks, Levi and Barbara, and family built a new building on the first floor at the same location. Now they have over 5,000 square feet of floor space.
During the Wisconsinan glaciation period, glaciers were sitting right on Central Indiana. With the melting of the glaciers, very unique topography was created including large hills and sandstone bluffs. In the 1800’s settlers started their journey West. With this movement, towns and mills were created along what is now known as Sugar Creek.
Ready for a leisurely getaway? We invite you to come and spend some time in Central Parke County. Tour a turn-of-the-century village and take a ride on a horse-drawn wagon, stroll around quaint town squares, visit an art gallery,
As a member of the Covered Bridge Art Association, her interests are painting in oil and watercolors. Born and raised in Rockville, Cynthia studied art in high school and has enjoyed making art ever since. Cynthia studied at Purdue University, getting her first degree in interior design. She worked at the Kittles Stores in Indianapolis, furnishing apartment models for show, and with a private architectural firm working for the state park system refurnishing hotel rooms for the state park inn system.