Located in beautiful Southern Indiana, Pike County holds the distinction of being the very first county in the state of Indiana!
Pike County is the home to an Indiana State Park, scenic golf course, stunning botanical gardens, and more. Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway or a fun weekend with family, look no further than Pike County.
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Featuring more than 4,000 azaleas over 60 acres of land, the Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is one of the largest collections of azaleas in the Midwest. The Azalea Path Arboretum is stunningly beautiful and a must-see in Pike County!
Two spring-fed lakes, a waterfall, koi pond, and several unique sculptures complement the beautifully landscaped trails that wind throughout the grounds. The peak azalea blooming season is late April into early May.
During the games, players wear vintage-themed WWII uniforms like the onThis nine-hole golf course is a local favorite.
Located in the heart of Petersburg, Indiana, Prides Creek Golf Course is both relaxing and fun. Come enjoy a peaceful game of golf with scenic views of the lake!
Prides Creek Park and Campground offers various activities including swimming, boating, kayaking, frisbee golf, volleyball, basketball, and more! Prides Creek Campground offers 60 camping sites with clean restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and a variety of playgrounds. During your stay, check out the Prides Creek Golf Course, located across the street from the campground.
Cool off on a hot day and go swimming at Prides Creek Beach. Feel the sand between your toes, get a suntan on the beach, and swim out to the dock to practice your diving skills. Both exciting and relaxing, Prides Creek Park and Campground is the perfect weekend getaway for you and your entire family.
Where to Eat
Offering a variety of delicious menu items, the historic Cakes and Coffee Café is the perfect spot to catch breakfast in Pike County. What was previously a bank is now home to the historic and nostalgic café. The homemade cinnamon buns are to die for, but you can’t go wrong with ordering the biscuits and gravy.
If you’re looking for a fun and festive option for lunch, Mi Patio Mexican Restaurant is the place to be! Locally owned and operated for the past 10 years, Mi Patio offers a delicious menu as well as fantastic service. The chips and salsa are a tasty teaser while you are deciding what to order for lunch.
No. 423 Smokehouse is known for it’s Memphis Pit BBQ and slow-cooked pulled pork! Locally owned, the Smokehouse offers fresh ingredients and a variety of menu items, including their delicious homemade pizzas. Stop in for dinner and enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere with excellent service.
Where to Sleep
Nestled into the countryside of a quaint, rural farm is the Logs End Farm Bed and Breakfast. Guests will stay in one of the 2 vintage 1853 log cabins. Each morning, this charming Bed and Breakfast offers a fresh and hearty farm-style breakfast cooked to perfection.
In addition to offering visitors a place to stay, the Logs End Farm Bed and Breakfast also hosts parties and events including themed meals, small weddings, workshops, birthday parties, and more!