Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Fowler Park, Terre Haute, Indiana

We stopped at Fowler Park for just one night.   We have been here before and knew what to expect.  Just outside of Terre Haute, Indianna, it is a quiet peaceful park operated by Vigo County.
It is about a mile and a half to walk all the way around the lake, and from the other side of the lake we could see our campsite.
A covered bridge, built in 1845, has been restored here along with numerous other buildings of what is now called the Pioneer Village.
 The mill is fed with water from the dam of the lake.
The Pioneer Village includes a school.
 Numerous other buildings are part of the Pioneer Village.
We both commented to each other about how much we like this park and enjoy staying in the campground here.