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Newton County, Indiana


Newton County
Economic Development
4117 S. 240 W
Morocco, IN 46963

Phone: (219) 285-0653
Fax: 219-285-0190
Email: director@newtoncountyin.com
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Rural Splendor....
 "Close to the Crowd but not in it

Get in touch with Nature....
from our three Stat
e Parks, area resorts and campsites  Hazelden Country Club, Historic sites and Dairy Adventure Center there's a spectrum of things to see and do,  all within close proximity to the Chicago or Indianapolis night life.

State Parks
The Nature Conservancy

Lasalle State Park

LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area is dedicated to providing quality hunting and fishing opportunities while maintaining 3,797 acres hardwood forests, cropland and fallow fields, marshes, brush and open water. Bisected by the Kankakee River, LaSalle is an ideal stopover for migratory birds

4752 West 1050
North Lake Village, IN 46349
Phone (219) 992-3019
LaSalle State Park

Willow Slough - Fishing and Wildlife

Fish and Wildlife Area is dedicated to providing quality
hunting and fishing opportunities while
maintaining 9,9
56 acres, which includes 1,800 acres of open water, marshes and flooded crop land

2042 S. 500 W.
Morocco, IN 47963
Phone: (219) 285-2704
Willow Slough - Fish and Wildlife




Life is not all about work!
Newton County has plenty to offer for the after hours.
Agri-tourism, Nature Conservatory, and county wide events are just a few of the many places and events to enjoy when the work day is done.

The Fair Oaks Farm Dairy Adventure™

The Fair Oaks Farm Adventure™ Center is a cooperative effort of the Lake States Dairy Farmers Inc. and Southwest Dairy Museum. These non-profit organizations have joined resources to bring a unique and comprehensive look at modern dairy farming and the benefits of dairy products.

The Fair Oaks Farms Adventure™ Center is not your ordinary information center. Located on an operating dairy farm it offers exhibits that explain how the dairy industry protects the environment, cares for the dairy cows, and ensures the highest quality milk possible. You tour the dairy farm and see the milking process first hand. And of course, the dairy processing plant where you can see cheese and ice cream made right before your eyes.

856 N 600 E,
Fair Oaks, IN 47943

Toll Free 877-536-1194

The Newton County Fair

Every year 4H’ers attend with pride showing their projects from cattle to clothing. And to wind down the week long events top name Country Artists perform live on stage in the Newton County Pun’kin Vine Fairs Country in the Country Concert series sponsored by Fair Oaks Dairy. Past artists have included, The Charlie Daniels Band, Lonestar, Brad Paisley, The Oak Ridge Boys and Trace Adkins. From the Rodeo, Midway Rides and great food to the exhibits and Outdoor Premium Concert Venue there's something for everyone to enjoy at the Newton County Pun’kin Vine Fair. www.newtoncountyfair.com


From the SOUTH
Take US41 North to Kentland. At the intersection of US 41 & US 24 stoplight continue north about 4.5 miles to county road 1150 S. Go west or left on 1150 S. about 1.5 miles. The fairgrounds will be on your left.
From the NORTH
Take US41 South and continue south past Highway 16 about 2.5 miles. Turn west or right on 1150 S. about 1.5 miles. The fairgrounds will be on your left.

Hazelden Country Club

Located in Brook Indiana this 18 hole golf course is situated on
100.64 acres of land adjacent to the Historical home of George Ade. Built for George Ade this course opened for play in 1912. Facilities include clubhouse dining as well as a pro shop for your golfing needs.

3705 E  SR 16
Brook IN 47922
(219) 275-5551

George Ade Historical Home

Built in 1903 this Historical site was home to Author and Playwright George Ade. This site is available for tours as well as public events. For more information contact the George Ade Memorial Association @ (219) 474-3106




In 1996 the Indiana Chapter acquired ithe 7,209-acre Kankakee Sands Preserve located within the historic lakebed of Beaver Lake. It is surrounded by high-quality, protected natural areas; including 640 acres at Beaver Lake Nature Preserve, 809 acres at Conrad Station Savanna, significant portions of Willow Slough Fish and Wildlife Area and, in Illinois, over 2,500 acres at the Iroquois County State Conservation Area and Hooper Branch Savanna. The preserve is a remnant of Indiana’s native prairies and is an excellent example the Conservancy’s landmark restoration efforts. While past conservation efforts have focused on protecting these sites individually, this restoration effort is designed to heal the intervening landscape that isolates the sites, effectively creating a single, landscape-scale conservation area.

The Nature Conservancy Website