Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016
WHAT: Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016
WHERE: Old Town Waverly Morgan County Park, Waverly, IN
Located along the White River, the Waverly Park site has tremendous history with it. Intact portions of this history are a historic church, a former bank and an old blacksmith shop. Based on this, it is envisioned that this be developed primarily as a history park that can trace the roots of the county. Supporting this vision is the County’s goal of re-building the three span Waverly Covered Bridge that burned down in the early 1900’s. This bridge could become one of the pedestrian bridges needed to support the plan. The park is also envisioned as a public river access point, as well as a possible location for a canoe livery and/or a primitive campground. The park will be formally dedicated on September 24, 2016.
For More Information
- Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016 - Visit Indiana's Government web site which describes in full detail about the year-long Indiana's 2016 Bicentennial Celebration.
- Bicentennial Legacy Projects - Use this search field to discover where the 2016 Legacy Projects are located in Indiana.