Locally owned and operated, you'll enjoy the same great pizza that you have loved for more than thirty years! Visit their site for a full menu and information on nightly specials.
Parke County Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1946 as the Rockville Commercial Club. The name changed to Parke county Chamber of Commerce, Inc. in 1984 to work to improve the economy of the area. The Chamber created Parke County Economic Development Office to pursue this goal. Visit their site for more information.
The Rockville MainStreet program is a team of residents, merchants and other interested citizens who believe that Rockville, Indiana, is a special place to visit, live, work, shop and stay. Visit their site for more information.
Escape the rush of the cities; come relax where the pace is a bit slower, where everyone treats you as a neighbor, and nature greets you at every corner. Explore Parke County, IN with its scenic back roads, 31 covered bridges, and expansive Amish country. Relive America’s past through the county’s many restored historic buildings and communities. Events available year-round. Visit the PCI site for more information.
This historic jail, built in 1879, closed it's doors in 1998 when the last prisioner was trasnported to a newly built and larger facility in the county. The jail sat empty until 2010 when the current owner purchased the historical landmark with the intent of converting it to a guesthouse. In 2011, the basement of the jail was converted into the Drunk Tank Winery. Be sure to add an Old Jail Tour and Wine Tasting to your list of things to do when you are in the area! Visit the Old Jail Inn site for more information.
The Historic Ritz Theater opened in 1912. Throughout the years it has been home to movies, musical productions and theactrical productions. Now upgraded with a digital projection system, the theater now shows all first run movies. You won't want to miss a show or a production the next time you are in town! Visit the Historic Ritz Theater site for more information.
Just one block south of our antique mall is the historic Thirty-Six Saloon. This restaurant/bar has become a destination for bikers and tourists all over. Enjoy burgers, steaks, BBQ, and of course a cold beer. The Hog Pit (opened seasonally) is a great place to dine outside, or just get together with friends. Check out their website for hours, menu, and entertainment announcements.
ShyAnn Hibbs specializes in rustic/vintage photography. Tour her website gallery and see the amazing work she has done here locally, and through-out the county. Parke County provides the best back drop for any photo shoot!
Just a few minutes from Rockville lies the beautiful Rockville Lake. Camping, Fishing, Swimming, Hiking, and much more. Check out their website for availability, directions, and events.