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Rockville is a town in the Adams Township of Parke County, Indiana. Nicknamed as "The Covered Bridge Capital of the World," it is also the seat of the county. Three years after the county was formed, Rockville was laid out and became its county seat in 1824. In July 1854, it was incorporated as a town. As of the 2010 census, the town has a population of 2,607 people and a total area of 1.49 square miles. The main roads serving the town are North Lincoln Road (U.S. Route 41), West Ohio Street (U.S. Route 36), Howard Avenue, South Market Street, North Erie Street, Marshall Road and Bridgeton Road. On June 17, 2021, an earthquake that measures 3.8 on the moment magnitude scale was recorded in the area.
Parke County Covered Bridge Festival is an annual fall festival that began in 1957 when a group of local women came together to hold a three-day festival to provide interested tourists with information about the 31 covered bridges in the area. Although the festival was only hosted in Rockville when it was initially started, it has now expanded to nine communities in the county and includes attractions like:
The festival starts on the second Friday of October and lasts for 10 days. Its location in Rockville is on East Ohio Street at the Rockville Park County Trail.
Rockville Chautauqua Pavilion is a historic Chautauqua pavilion in Rockville. Also referred to as the Beechwood Park Pavilion, it was built in 1913 and was designed by Edgar Jerome. The octagonal heavy timber-frame building consists of a raised one-and-a-half-story, clerestory square portion with a decked hipped roof. The property also includes contributing park entry gates built in 1928, a picnic shelter, and a water fountain. From 1913 to 1930, it was the host of the annual summer chautauquas. On March 12, 1999, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
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