Huntingburg City Pool

Huntingburg City Pool
203 S. Cherry St.
Huntingburg, IN 47542
phone: 812-683-5600

This swimming pool features a fun slide and great swimming facilities. There is also a small pool for toddlers and youngsters.

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Southside Park

Southside Park
South Park Drive
Huntingburg, IN

Picnic area with 7 tables, 3 benches and 2 grills.
One shelter house with 6 large tables.
Large playground.
One public restroom.
2 horseshoe pits.
1 basketball goal.
1 lighted Pony League baseball field, concessions stand, and restroom.
2 parking areas accommodating 65 vehicles.
1 small practice ball field.
1-acre Dog Park.

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Jeffers Nature Preserve

Jeffers Nature Preserve
Indiana State Road 64

30.42 Acres
Loop Trail

Jeffers Nature Preserve is on the western shore of the Huntingburg City Lake. Parking is available at the water treatment plant on the north-west corner of the Huntingburg City Lake.

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Huntingburg Lake

Huntingburg Lake
Indiana State Road 64
188 acres
Electric Trolling Motors Only

The watershed consists of agricultural land, golf course, forest, and a nature walk around the lake. Huntingburg City Lake Dam is of earthen construction. Its height is 32 feet with a length of 1930 feet. Maximum discharge is 520 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 4450 acre feet. Normal storage is 2000 acre feet. It drains an area of 1.86 square miles.
Boat Ramp on Indiana State Road 64.

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Charles C Niehaus Memorial Park

Charles C Niehaus Memorial Park
403 W 6th St
Huntingburg, IN 47542
phone: (812) 683-2211

43-acre park,featuring a golf driving range. The driving range features 3 target greens: a 100 yard green, a 150 yard green, and 200 yard green. The teeing area features 20 stations with 4 of these being mats for when the grass is too wet. The driving range is open daily & a ball machine is available to use.
Portable Restrooms
Drink Machine
Bike Rack

Other Means: Bikes, Skateboards, Roller Blades. No Motorized Vehicles Except Wheelchairs.

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League Stadium

League Stadium
203 S. Cherry Street
Huntingburg, Indiana
The Dubois County Dragons of the Heartland League used League Stadium as home from 1996–1998. They were part of the Frontier League from 1999–2002. From 1996-2001, Huntingburg was the smallest city in the United States to host a professional baseball team. League Stadium stood unused after the Dragons franchise moved until the Bluff City Bombers of the Central Illinois Collegiate League moved to Huntingburg in 2005. The CICL has since merged into the Prospect League, which has teams, including the Dubois County Bombers, all over the Midwest.
League Stadium opened in 1894. The movie Soul of the Game was also filmed in the stadium.
The stadium was rennovated in 1991 and has a capacity of 2,783 fans.In 2012 the Library of Congress added League Stadium to the National Film Registry.

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Huntingburg Public Library

Huntingburg Public Library
419 N Jackson St,
Huntingburg IN 47542
(812) 683-2052

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