State: IN

State: IN

Pigeon Roost State Historic Site

The town was named Pigeon Roost because of the great number of passenger pigeons in the area. The settlement consisted of a single line of cabins stretching north and south approximately one mile north of the present town of Underwood. The nearest Indian village was located some 20 miles north near the Muskatatuck River. None of the Indians from this settlement are believed to have taken part in the attack on Pigeon Roost. The closest forts (called "blockhouses") were one to the north in Vienna in present-day Scott County and another built by Zebulon Collings to the south near what is now Henryville in Clark County. On September 3, 1812, a small party of Indians (mostly Shawnee, but possi ...

Pizza Hut
525 S. Lake Road, ,

Puerto Vallarta Mexican Restaurant
1613 W. McClain Ave, ,

When you have an insatiable craving for the spicy goodness of all the classic dishes from Mexico, there's no better place to go than our Mexican restaurant in Scottsburg, IN. We're here to satisfy your hunger and provide you with a fun, flavorful, festive outing.

Red Roof Inn
1522 W. McClain St, ,

Red Roof Inn Scottsburg is one of the best non-smoking budget hotels in Scottsburg, IN that is just off of SR 56. We are close to Westwood Golf Course, Hardy Lake, Muscatatuck Wildlife Refuge and the University of Louisville. We offer our guests free Wi-Fi and free coffee in the lobby as well as a microwave and mini-refrigerator in every room. Red Roof Inn Scottsburg is a pet-friendly hotel.

Category Hotels
189 S. Gardner Street, ,

Scott County Fairgrounds
4029 S U.S. Hwy 31, ,

The Scott County Indiana Fairgrounds can serve your needs, whether it’s a family reunion, corporate event, or a need for winter storage.

Scott County Farmers Market
90 North Main Street, ,

Held in the parking lot of the Scottsburg Historic Train Depot located at 90 North Main Street Scottsburg Saturday Mornings 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Noon) and Thursday’s Mornings 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Scott County Heritage Center & Museum
1050 S. Main Street, ,

The Scott County residents that didn’t have family members to care for them and did not have money would end up in the Poor Farm usually at the end of their lives. Indiana State law required all counties to have a Poor Farm. First there was a Poor Farm north of Lexington on Getty Road, but after the county seat was moved to Scottsburg in 1874, the poor farm was needed within a mile of the courthouse. It was a frame building, but later replaced in 1892 with the present day brick building, which now houses The Scott County Heritage Center & Museum. The Poor Farm was a working farm and was self-sufficient. The county commissioners were in charge of seeing that the building was kept in dec ...

Scott Family YMCA
805 Community Way, ,

The Scott County Family YMCA is your provider for all types of fun activities. The 25,000 square foot facility on 15 acres houses fitness equipment and services designed to promote a healthy spirit and body for individuals and families.

Scottsburg Courthouse Square Historic District
Public Square, ,

The Scottsburg Courthouse Square Historic District is a national historic district. The district encompasses 48 contributing buildings and 8 contributing objects in the central business district of Scottsburg centered around the Scott County Courthouse. It developed between about 1873 and 1952, and includes notable examples of Italianate, Romanesque Revival, Gothic Revival, and Stick Style / Eastlake movement style architecture. The courthouse was built in 1873-1874 after the decision was made to finally locate the county seat of Scott County into a central location within the county, which caused the founding of Scottsburg.

Scottsburg Depot

The Scottsburg Station is a one-story, Stick Style frame building with board and batten siding and a projecting agent's window. Its presence influenced the location of Scottsburg in 1874, as the town was named for the railroad's General Superintendent, Horace Scott. It was built specifically for both passenger and freight cargo. Inside there was separate waiting rooms for men and women. Passenger service to the station ended in the 1950s. It is one of the last structures of its kind still standing in Indiana. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 as the Scottsburg Depot, but was moved one block north to its present location to help preserve it.[2] With federal ...

Scottsburg Fiesta Stoneware
285 South Gardner St., ,

Sonic Drive-In
1089 W. McClain Ave., ,

Taco Bell
1153 W. McClain Ave., ,

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