Fowler Park is a great place for just getting away for a little while! The village of log cabins and covered bridge also make it a seasonal favorite, especially in the fall and winter. Pioneer Days (held in October) create a historic flavor for those interested in what it was like to be a pioneer living in a log cabin in the 1800s. The Christmas Walk (held in the first weekend in December) is particularly magical. Luminaria light the way through the village of original log homes and provide a chance to see how the pioneers celebrated the holiday. In some cabins, the pioneers showed how they carved or hewed wooden gifts. The blacksmith made candle holders and other metal crafts. In other cabins, family members decorated trees, sang Christmas carols, and read the story of the birth of Jesus. It is a joyous event as the volunteers reenact the story of people on the western (as Indiana was in the early 19th century) frontier. What a great way to begin the Christmas holiday!
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