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Parkecountyguidemagazine_4Welcome to the Parke County Guide

For over twenty years, we've been providing the visitor with information and some of the country's best-kept secrets in this land that is nationally recognized as the land of covered bridges.

Over two and a half million people visit Parke County annually, and we want to make sure you receive the most from your visit.

We are known for our 31 covered bridges, but we are also known for our beautiful countryside, warm hospitality, down home food and country fun.  You'll find your troubles melting away as you relax and enjoy our three state parks, old mills, waterfalls, great shopping experiences, entertainment and warm inviting places to stay.  It's like stepping into a whole new world away from the hustle and bustle of today's busy life.

Come and enjoy Parke County.  I invite you to leisurely leaf through the following pages where you'll find represented the best of what we have to offer.

You won't want to miss any of it! 

Sincerely,

Pat McCarter, Managing Editor

Parke County Guide™
Parke County Visitors' Guide
20 South Jackson Street
Greencastle, Indiana 46135
Phone 765–653-4026
Fax 765-653-7471
E-Mail: info@greencastleoffsetprinting.com
Website: www.ParkeCountyGuide.com

Publishers: Terry and Pat McCarter
Managing Editor: Pat McCarter
Circulation: 100,000 yearly
Printing: Greencastle Offset Printing & Graphics
Production Staff:
Brent Cruse, Don Dougherty, Jim Fields, Thomas Joyce, John Taylor, Larry Wells, and Jean Zellers
Contributing Writers: Marjorie Hopkins, Steven Tyler
Cover Photos: Pat McCarter

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Greencastle Offset Printing & Graphics

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     Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs are welcome and will be considered for publication. Return postage must accompany all submitted materials if they are to be returned. Parke County Guide assumes no responsibility for loss or damage of materials. Any material accepted is subject to such revision as necessary as to meet the requirements of the publication.
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