Nature and history prevail in Jennings County. The Muscatatuck River meanders lazily past steep stone canyons, beautiful wooded hillsides, and historic towns creating a recreational paradise. Bird watching, fishing, hunting, hiking, rock climbing, and camping are just a few of the outdoor activities. Historic sites, state & national wildlife areas, herb farms, covered bridges, museums, antique & specialty shops and spectacular festivals are all nestled along our scenic back roads.
The Jennings County Visitors Center can help you with lodging, dining, shopping and local information.