1010 N. Main St.
Cloverdale, IN 46120
Phone: (765) 795-6900
Fax: (765) 795-7455
Located within the DePauw University, the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center is rated among the finest sports center in the city. It is the state-of-the-art facility available at this recreational space that makes it one of the most reputed fitness centers of the city. The center is equipped with a ten-lane swimming pool, six courts for racquet championships and practice sessions, a small gymnasium and a few conference rooms. Besides this, the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center also has a 2,400-seater arena that hosts baseball and volleyball matches. The venue hosts inter-collegiate sports events on a regular basis. Check website to know more.
Mansfield has the curious distinction of having been referred to by numerous names over the ages; Mansfield Village, Dicksons Mills, Dixons Mills, Dublin and New Dublin. Established in 1820 by James Kelsey who called it New Dublin, it was a thriving mill town with carding and sash mills which provided employment to people. Today the Mansfield Village Annual Mushroom Festival attracts visitors each April when prizes are giving to the highest collector of mushrooms. This is a great chance to indulge in some hearty mushroom delicacies and meet the friendly townsfolk.
Martinsville used to be called the “Goldfish Capital of the World,” due to the presence of fisheries that exported fish all across the world. In the 17th century, people used to flock here from far off areas to bathe in the mineral health spas for their therapeutic qualities. In fact till date there exists a board "Martinsville City of Mineral Water " An old courthouse built in 1859 called the Morgan County courthouse is a major draw with tourists, as are the other heritage establishments and leafy avenues.
With several landmarks featuring on the National Register Historic District, Bridgeton boasts the 1860-built Covered Bridge that was rebuilt after being set ablaze in 2005 by a trouble maker. The oldest operating mill which overlooks the Covered Bridge is another must-visit along with the Old Town area and its charming cafe-bars, antique shops and heritage buildings. Step back in time at Bridgeton; the city never fails to disappoint.
Originally known as Markland, Clay City is located in the Clay County and was originally platted in 1873. Often referred to as "a town in a time capsule", this is indeed true. The friendly townsfolk look forward to meeting visitors and making them feel at ease. The downtown area of the city is lined with century-old buildings, wide streets, leafy shaded areas and a number of restaurants serving traditional food.
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