Rainbow Lanes Bowling Alley

Rainbow Lanes Bowling Alley

850 S. Briant St.

Huntington, IN 46750

(260) 356-5512

Zip and Sip in Huntington County!

We are a little bit country and a lot of cool around these parts and most of all we love a great adventure. Taking a day for a zip and sip is something we highly recommend. 

Zip Timber Lake is a work in progress and will be opening this Spring. With 8 zip lines, several bridges and other challenges along the way, you will definitely delight in our newest attaction located at Camp Timber Lake, just minutes off of US 24 between Roanoke and Huntington. 

Then, take the short drive to Two-EE's Winery to rest and relax and share the tales of your high flying adventures. Taste several wines and then grab a bottle of your favorite and sit on the shaded patio overlooking their beautiful vineyard. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. 

Splash on the Wabash - Huntington, IN

You’re invited to a party at the river!  The Huntington County Visitor Bureau, along with several local organizations, is planning an exciting new festival for Huntington!

SPLASH on the waBASH or “SPLASH BASH” will be held on Saturday, July 26, 2014 in Huntington with the sole purpose of ENJOYING OUR RIVERS! We want people to get out, to get wet, to have fun and to be inspired by our scenic Wabash River and Little River.

The action-packed day begins with a river tubing adventure starting at J. Edward Roush Dam and ending at the Forks of the Wabash Historic Park. The celebration then continues downtown at the Jefferson Street bridge with kayak and canoe rides, water games, hands-on water education, food, and an evening riverside concert featuring “Island Vibe.” The weekend will also feature a fun-filled river canoe and kayak race/ride from Huntington to Lagro (organized separately).

Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Here are the events where you can find Santa!

Winter Warrenland, November 29 & 30, downtown Warren:  See Santa Friday, November 29, at 6:00 p.m. and accompany him to the Knight-Berman Center in Warren, where he will visit with children. Santa will be back at the Knight Bergman Center on Saturday, November 30,  from 9 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Christmas in the City, November 30, downtown Huntington: Santa parades by fire truck from the Huntington County Court House at 10:00 a.m. up to the New Huntington Theatre, 528 N. Jefferson St., where he will visit with children until 12:30 p.m. There will be several other free holiday activities to enjoy while you're downtown!

Christmas in the Village of Roanoke, December 6 & 7, downtown RoanokeSanta arrives Friday night by fire truck at 6:00 p.m. and meets with children during the evening. Saturday morning Breakfast with Santa at the Cornerstone Alliance Church, 5833 Lafayette Center Road, free will donation.  Enjoy Holiday activities in downtown Roanoke.

Christmas in our Town, Markle, December 7. Santa arrives by fire truck 9:30 a.m. at the Markle Church of Christ, 455 E Morse St., Markle. Enjoy breakfast with Santa from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Holiday activities all day long!

For details on these and other holiday events and programs, please visit the Huntington County Visitor Bureau's Community Calendar at: www.visithuntington.org/events

Enjoy Huntington County End-of-Summer Activities

Click here to read our newest e-newsletter with suggestions on upcoming festivals, events and activities within the county! Sign up to receive our regular newsletter by clicking the link at the bottom of the site. 

Homeschool Programs in Huntington County

Huntington County offers a large variety of fun hands-on learning opportunities for homeschool families and groups. 

Antique Shopping in Huntington County

We have several treasure-filled antique shops on our featured road trip that take you on a journey through our main streets and scenic back roads. Huntington County is a fantastic destination for antique-seekers.

The trail defined here is a loop that spans several towns within the county and would make a great 1 -2 day trip. We encourage you to explore beyond them — you never know what unexpected gem lies around the next bend in the road!

Markle
We suggest you start in Markle at our largest antique store in the county.  With over 30,000 square feet of antiques, you will need to give yourself plenty of time to see it all!

Exit 286 Markle Antiques
Making Yesterdays Come Alive
250 E. South St., Markle
(260) 758-2038
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
Markleantiques.com


Huntington
From Markle, head west on 224 to historic downtown Huntington. We have several stores that have just opened their doors! 

Antiqology
A unique blend of old and new
401. N. Jefferson, Huntington
(260) 200-1065.
Wednesday through Thursday, 10 .am. -7 p.m. ; Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sundays, Noon  to 7 p.m.
Antiqology.com

Pick Me Primitives & Antiques
1021 Division Street, Huntington
(260) 519-3942
Thursday through Saturday, 10 .am. -5 p.m. or by appointment

Plasterer’s Antiques & Things 
The Quintessential Antique Store
620 N. Jefferson St., Huntington
(260) 356-2191
Thursday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Closed January – March and Holidays

Roanoke
Travel from Huntington on US 24 to the quaint town of Roanoke and experience small town Indiana at its finest. There are several shops in the downtown area that carry a mix of antiques, gently used and vintage items.

Antiques from Bruce Cheney
Antiques for the discriminating shopper
*JUST A MILE FROM DOWNTOWN
10979 N. Roanoke Road, Roanoke
260-672-9744
Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday by appointment

Paper Moon
Vintage to Modern Treasures
188 E. 2nd Street, Roanoke
(260)672-2020
Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Papermoondreams.com

Rescued Relics

Historic brick home features old and new
138 W. 1st Street, Roanoke
(260) 519-2278
Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Parkview Huntington YMCA

Parkview Huntington YMCA

1160 West 500 North 

Huntington, IN 

(260) 359-9622

YMCA Facilities

 

  • 57,000 Sq. Ft. Facility
  • Hummer Natatorium includes a 25 yard, 8 lane competition pool and a warm recreational/therapy pool
  • Gymnasium includes 2 basketball and volleyball courts
  • 6,000 Sq. Ft. Fitness Center which includes cardio equipment, free weights, strength equipment and youth equipment
  • 2 Racquetball/Walleyball Courts
  • 2 Aerobic & Dance Studios
  • Childwatch Room
  • 2 Pre-School Classrooms
  • Indoor Track which is 1/11 of a mile
  • Sauna & Steam Rooms
  • 4 Family Locker Rooms
  • Mens & Womens Locker Rooms
  • Party Room which includes a Dance Machine and Nintendo Wii

Hours

Summer Operating hours begin after Memorial Day and end after Labor Day

    Mon - Fri 5:00am-9:00pm
    Sat 7:00am-3:00pm
    Sun 1:00pm-3:00pm

Regular Operating hours beginning Labor day and running through Memorial Day

    Mon - Fri 5:00am-10:00pm
    Sat 7:00am-5:00pm
    Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm

The Y is closed the following days:

Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving

Christmas – December 24 (open until 1:00 pm), closed Christmas Day
New Years – December 31 (open until 1:00 pm), closed New Year’s Day


Check weekly schedule Pool & Open Gym Schedule at the front desk.

Rainbow Lanes Bowling Alley

Rainbow Lanes Bowling Alley

850 South Briant Street

Huntington, Indiana 46750

(260) 365-5512

Oak Lanes Bowling Alley

Oak Lanes Bowling Alley

232 Hauenstein Road

Huntington, IN 

(260) 356-5113

Salamonie Valley Historical Museum

Salamonie Valley Historical Museum

USS Salamonie Memorabilia

Visit by appointment only

132 Nancy Street

Warren, Indiana 

(260) 375-3711

Roanoke Area Heritage Center

Roanoke Area Heritage Center

Open Saturdays 9 a.m. to Noon, Spring through December 20. 

Open additional hours by appointment

102 West First Street

Roanoke

(260) 672-2773

Goodrich Huntington 7

Goodrich Huntington 7

Stadium seating movie theater

350 Hauenstein Road, 

Huntington 

(260) 359-8463

Plan Event

Huntington County is home to many different types of event spaces. We have compiled a comprehensive list of all event center - both big and small - so that you can select the best location for your event. 

Sweet Life Honey Farm

Sweet Life Honey Farm and Bee Hive Shop

Tour bee apiaries and learn about pollination, queens, cells and the life of bees. Enjoy the seasonal farmer's market featuring honey and honey-made products. 

5386 West 200 South, Huntington

(260) 468-2657

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DzlOQhK0lE

Two-EE’s Winery

 

Two-EE’s Winery is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and is located between Roanoke and Huntington directly on US 24. 

Stop by their tasting room to sample their award-winning wines and take home a bottle or more! Or purchase a glass of your favorite wine and kick back on their patio to enjoy the afternoon with friends. This is a favorite location for locals and visitors alike...a Huntington "Must do!" Check their schedule for various food trucks and special events. The winery is a great place for events! 

6808 North US 24 East, Huntington. 

(260) 672-2000

www.twoees.com and their Facebook page.

Golf Courses in Huntington County

Golf Courses


Clear Creek Golf Course (18 holes)
1100 North - 300 West, Huntington
(260) 344-1665
http://www.clearcreekgc.com

Dogwood Glen Banquet Facility (9 holes)
Dogwood Glen Golf Course
753 East - 900 South, Warren
(260) 375-4750
http://www.dogwoodglengc.com

Etna Acres Golf Course (18 holes)
9803 West - 600 South IN 124, Mt. Etna
(260) 468-2906
http://www.etnaacres.com

LaFontaine Golf Club (18 holes)
6129 North Goshen Road, Huntington
(260) 356-5820
http://www.lafontainegc.com

Norwood Golf Club (18 holes)
5961 West Maple Grove Road
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-5929
http://www.norwoodgc.com

Huntington Drive-In

Hop in your car and head over to Huntington for a night of nostalgic fun! The Huntington Drive-In Theatre is one of only 20 operating drive-ins in Indiana (2013, Drive-ins.com) and the evening will delight folks of all ages! 

Please check their website for schedule information, start times, and movie selections. 

The Drive-In is now OPEN for the season! 

View website. 

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Clear Creek Golf Course

18 Holes, Public Course

1100 N-300W

Huntington, IN 46750

(260) 344-1665

http://clearcreekgc.com

Links

For information on Huntington County:


Huntington County Chamber of Commerce

Huntington County Economic Development

Markle Chamber of Commerce

Roanoke Chamber of Commerce

Warren Chamber of Commerce

Huntington, IN  

Huntington County Community School Corporation

Huntington University

Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership

 

For information on regional and statewide tourism:


Visit Indiana

Visit Eastern Indiana

Dining

Come and savor the tastes of Huntington County! 

We are famous for our gourmet farm to fork restaurant, Joseph Decuis (AAA Four Diamond Restaurant; Best of Award of Excellence, Wine Spectator Magazine; featured in Midwest Living) and Nick's Kitchen, birthplace of the Hoosier-favorite hand breaded pork tenderloin sandwich (featured in Gourmet Magazine and on the Travel Channel).  

Lodging

Planning a trip to Huntington County? Whether you are coming for business or pleasure, we have many options to choose from. 

  • If you are passing through on the highway or wish to stay close to I-69 for your visit, check out our great options in Warren or Markle
  • For those who wish to experience a local bed and breakfast, The Inn at Joseph Decuis in Roanoke is a well sought-after destination and allows you to stay close to the shopping and dining offerings in their charming downtown. 
  • The City of Huntington offers several options for lodging properties whether you are visiting Huntington University or family and friends or planning to stay and visit our area attractions. 

If you need assistance in selecting a hotel or planning a group visit, feel free to contact the Visitor Bureau at (800) 848-4282 and we'd be happy to assist! 

    

The Indiana Room Genealogy Center

Located inside the Huntington County City-Township Public Library, is the depository for Huntington County history. Visitors travel here from all over the country to trace their family lines. Many patrons stay for two or three weeks at a time.

The Indiana Room is a non-circulating reference and resource collection of historic materials pertaining to the history of Huntington County. In addition to complete microfilm  files of county newspapers, it has files on local businesses and industries, school yearbooks and Huntington city and county directories dating from 1892 to the present. Books have been collected from states east of Indiana to the Atlantic coast to aide research.

200 West Market Street
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-0824

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Visit Huntington County, Indiana

Do More in Huntington County! Head outdoors and enjoy our picturesque reservoirs. Be entertained by talent at our world class venues. Sample the food at our many eateries and diners, including the nationally-acclaimed, award-winning Joseph Decuis restaurant. Spend the afternoon shopping at our unique shops. Explore the past at our many must-see museums and attractions. Finally, join us for one of our exciting festivals!  You can do more in Huntington County! 

Group Tours

Looking for FUN in HUNTINGTON COUNTY?

Let us help you pick the ultimate destinations and experiences within the area to please your group!

Our county is located between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis and accessible off of Interstate 69 and is home to eleven lodging properties for overnights.

 

This area is currently under construction! Contact our office at 260-359-8687 for assistance in planning your group experience. 

Camp Timber Lake

Camp Timber Lake offers RV full service sites, primitive tent sites and cabin rentals. Amenities include 2 lakes for fishing,  swimming lake, boat rentals & ramp, hiking trails, modern bathhouse and a playground.  Stay overnight or come visit for the day for an entrance fee.

New this Spring: Zip Timber Lake! Our Zip Line canopy tour features 8 zip lines, 4 bridges, lake zips and other fun challenges. Fully guided tours last over 2 hours. Visit their website for more details!

1740 E. 675 N.
Huntington, Indiana, 46750
260-672-3251

www.camptimberlakein.com/

www.ziptimberlake.com
 

Lake Clare

The beautiful Lake Clare is located in Huntington and offers boating, fishing, camping, picnicking, playground and rental pavilions.


1005 N. Broadway
Huntington, Indiana 46750
260-356-5218

 

 

Markle Pond and Pool

The Markle Fish and Game Club Park features swimming, water slide, picnicking, playground, tennis, basketball and baseball. The park is located on Highway 3 (S. Clark Street) in Markle, IN.


Exit 86 off I-69
Markle, Indiana 46770
260-758-3312

www.marklepark.org

Sunken Gardens

The Sunken Gardens are located in Huntington, Indiana on West Park Drive and were constructed on the remnants of an old stone quarry between 1923 and 1928. The Sunken Gardens features various plantings, fishponds and stone structures and are often the site of weddings and social gatherings.
 

1200 West Park Drive
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 358-2323

http://www.huntington.in.us/egov/apps/locations/facilities.egov?path=detail&id=16

Salamonie Reservoir

The Salamonie Lake and Salamonie River State Forest comprise over twelve thousand acres. Both tourists and residents may enjoy camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and picnicking. There are even bridle trails, cross-country ski trails, and snowmobile trails on the state property. The Salamonie Interpretive Center offers interpretive activities and workshops for both the young and young at heart.

9214 West Lost Bridge West
Andrews, Indiana 46702
(260) 468-2125
 

http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2952.htm

http://www.in.gov/dnr/uwis/

 

Visit Pirates Cove while at Salamonie for pontoons, gas, convenience store, paddle boats, fishing boats, bait, party boat rentals. Book your reservations for the tour boat and experience a 1 1/2 hour ride on the reservoir - learn the history of Monument City and more. 

Located on the reservoir at Lost Bridge West Campground

Seasonal: 260-468-2162

J. Edward Roush Lake

 

The J. Edward Roush Fish and Wildlife Area is located in Huntington County.  Over 8,200 acres of scenic property offering camping and hunting.  Enjoy fishing, boating, skiing, wakeboarding, and tubing on this 870 acre lake. The property also boasts a state-of-the-art shooting range, skeet shooting and archery area.  No gate fees.


517 North Warren Road
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 468-2165
 

http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/6358.htm

Sheets Wildlife Museum

Take an adventure into the kingdom of the wild. Nearly 200 species of exotic animals and marine life. 56 seat theater, gift shop, and interactive children’s area.

200 Safari Trail
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-WILD (9453)

Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Adults - $4.00
55 and Older - $2.00
Children 4 to 15 - $2.00
Children under 4 are Free!
Ask for group discounts

www.sheetswildlifemuseum.com


 

Merillat Centre for the Arts

The Merillat Centre for the Arts (MCA), located on the campus of Huntington University, houses a large auditorium, a recital hall and an intimate studio theater where performances such as musicals, plays and concerts are shown throughout the year. The Robert E. Wilson Gallery showcases exhibits from students, faculty and the community including the annual Juried Student Art Exhibit.


The MCA is also equipped to host banquets and conferences and may be rented out for various occasions. 
 

2303 College Avenue
Huntington, IN 46750
(260) 359-4261
 

www.huntington.edu/mca
 

Pulse Opera House

The Pulse Opera House in Warren was built in 1884 and is still entertaining audiences today. The Pulse Opera House has received international recognition with performances at two International Theater Festivals in Germany. Enjoy a number of entertaining productions each season. See website for upcoming productions.   

127 North Wayne Street
Warren, Indiana 46792
(260) 375-7017

www.pulseoperahouse.org
 

Different Stages Theatre at The New Huntington

Different Stages Theater 

Presenting professional, Broadway-Style productions at the award-winning New Huntington Theater.

Different Stages Theater is the resident professional theater company at The New Huntington Theater, Huntington, Indiana.   Led by Artistic Director Joel Froomkin and Executive Producer Richard Najuch,  Different Stages Theater aspires to grow as a premiere theater venue in Indiana, and a nationally respected producer of classic and original musicals and plays.

Many throughout Northeast Indiana are familiar with The Supper Club Series, also produced by The New Huntington.   Different Stages is The New Huntington's new Main Stage, traditional theater company.


For more information on upcoming shows  Click Here

528 North Jefferson Street

Huntington, IN 46750

(260) 454-0603

www.different-stages.com
 

Huntington County Historical Museum

Visitors trace the history of Huntington County from prehistory, Miami Indian and French Voyageur period, Canal era and pioneer settlement to today. You’ll want to check out the Caswell Runyan cedar chests, outhouse exhibits, displays of the Wabash and Erie Canal, railroad, and new rotating exhibits that keep visitors coming back to discover what’s new and old at the Huntington County Historical Museum.  

315 Court Street
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-7264

Open Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
And Saturday 1 – 4 p.m.
Closed month of January

www.huntingtonhistoricalmuseum.com

Forks of the Wabash Historic Park

Travel back in time where early American settlers signed peace treaties with the Native Americans. Visit the home of Chiefs’ LaFontaine and Richardville, and several other historic buildings along the Wabash River, as history comes to life at the Forks of the Wabash Historic Park. The gift shop, wooded trail, and large covered picnic area are used by thousands of school children each year on educational field trips. 

3011 West Park Drive
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-1903

Open Tuesday and Thursday mornings
Other hours by appointment

www.historicforks.com 

Quayle Vice-Presidential Learning Center

A center for learning about the history, responsibilities and contributions of the office of the vice president and government.

815 Warren Street
Huntington, Indiana 46750
(260) 356-6356

Open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday by appointment
May close to public due to school programming - check ahead!
Closed on major holidays

Adult General Admission -  $3.00
Child General Admission - $1.00
Inquire For Group Pricing For Programs

www.quaylemuseum.org
 

Interactive Map

Visitor’s Guide

Click on the link below to download our Official Visitor Guide. If you would prefer to receive a copy via mail, please contact us at (800) 848-4282 or via e-mail at info@visithuntington.org.

Download our Visitor's Guide

Shopping

Do More: Shopping in Huntington County! 

Need a special gift or want to spend the day shopping with the girls? Huntington County is a great option! We have many small shops featuring one-of-a-kind items, artwork, clothing, gift items, food and such more more. Follow our Antiques Trail and explore our backroads to look for treasures large and small.  

We also have many of the larger stores that you love! Read the list below for a list of shopping options. 

Recreation

Discover the many recreational treasures that await you in Huntington County! From swimming and boating to camping, fishing and hunting - the Salamonie Reservoir and J. Edward Roush Lake offer some of the best outdoor recreation in the area. Spend the night under the stars in one of our five campgrounds that offer modern and primative sites.

Join us for a round of golf at one of our beautiful golf courses or hike the Lime City Trail in Huntington. There's so much to discover that you'll have to visit again and again!  

Camp Timber Lake

Zip Timber Lake

Golf Courses in Huntington County

J. Edward Roush Lake

Lake Clare

Markle Pond & Pool

Oak Lanes Bowling Alley

Parkview YMCA

Rainbow Lanes Bowling Alley

Salamonie Reservoir

Sunken Gardens

West Park Skate Center

Attractions

Venture to Huntington County to experience our many must-see attractions! History buffs will enjoy our many museums that focus on the history of the office of the Vice President, the story of the relationship between the Miami and early European settlers and the U.S. government as well as Huntington County memorabilia. Visit the Sheets Museum to witness a collection of animal and aquatic taxidermy specimens from all over the world. Finally, research your own history at the Indiana Room Geneaology Center.

Delight at our entertainment venues, presenting selections from cabaret-style shows to music, drama and visual arts! There's culture waiting to be explored!

Forks of the Wabash Historic Park

Goodrich Huntington 7 Movie Theater

Huntington County Historical Museum

Huntington Drive-In Movie Theater

The Indiana Room Geneology Center

The Sweet Life Honey Farm (formerly Majenica Creek)

Merillat Centre for the Arts

Different Stages Theater

The Pulse Opera House

Quayle Vice-Presidential Learning Center

Roanoke Area Heritage Center

Salamonie Valley Historical Museum

Sheets Wildlife Museum

Two EE's Winery

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Helpful Information

Small Town Shopping and Dining
Small Town Shopping and Dining

Avoid disappointment! Due to varying schedules, call ahead or check online to make sure your favorite places will be open during your visit.

Zip and Sip!
Zip and Sip!

We can't think of a better way to spend a day than soaring through the trees on a zip line adventure at Zip Timber Lake and then relaxing on the patio at our award-winning Two-EE's Winery. It's a little bit extreme and a whole lot of fun! This is just one example of amazing experiences that you can have in Huntington County so browse through our website to find other trip ideas. Do More Huntington County!

The Visitor’s Guide
The Visitor’s Guide

Welcome to Huntington County, Indiana. Check out our Visitor's Guide page to download a copy of our Visitor's Guide or to find out more about how you can receive a copy in the mail.