Give Yourself a Point for Each Thing You Have Done in Scott County! (30 possible points)
Hike the Knobstone Trail – IN’s longest footpath.
Drive the route taken by Morgan’s Raider’s – largest military campaign in Indiana during the Civil War.
Tweet a Friend about the Great Raptors – at the Dwight R. Chamberlain Raptors Center at Hardy Lake.
Ridden the Ferris Wheel at the Scott County 4H Fair.
Seen the old Interurban train car – one of the last Interurban train cars remaining in the US.
Seen a classic movie at the Ross Theater with a box of fresh-made popcorn.
Share a Kiss with your Sweetie on Lovers Lane.
Picnic at Pigeon Roost Indian Massacre Monument.
Experience the Supernatural on a Ghost Tour – at the Scott County Heritage Center & Museum.
Play with the Goats at Goat Milk Stuff – give yourself an extra point if you have kissed a goat!
Visit the Twin Arch Bridge in Lexington.
Eat Healthier – visit the Scott County Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings.
Visit the Old Graveyard on Werewolf Lane.
Feed the Ducks at Lake Iola.
Dance the Night Away at a Scott County Festival.
Swam or fished at Hardy Lake.
Rubbed the foot of William English in the Scott County Courthouse lawn for good luck.
Had a ”Staycation” in Scott County and stayed at one of our area hotels:
(Red Roof Inn, Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Quality Inn and Mariann Travel Inn)
Wondered through the Bridgewater Cemetery during the witching hour, midnight, talking with the ghosts.
Seen the Momma Giraffe and baby giraffe.
Bird watching from a pontoon boat on Hardy Lake.
Walked or driven through the covered bridge in Leota.
Seen the herd of buffalo in Austin.
Shared a dipped cone at the last original Dairy Queens signs left in the US located in Austin.
Picked flowers from one of the blooming flower farms.
Blew a bubble with your gum as you drove by the site of the very first chewing gum factory in the US in Lexington.
Gone to a local high school, athletic event, band performance, theater performance or fundraiser to support you community schools.
Paid your respects for our fallen soldiers from Scott County at the Veteran’s Memorial listing the fallen from Scott County. It’s located on the northeast corner of the Scott County courthouse lawn.
Driven through the county to view and read the state historical markers – Scott County is second to only Indianapolis in the total number of state historical markers identifying locations and event in Scott County historical importance and significance.
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