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Brownsburg is a town within Hendricks County, Indiana. Before it was first settled by James B. Brown in 1824, the area was a dense stretch of wilderness and inhabited by Delaware Indians. In 1828, the first schoolhouse was established in Brown Township. This was followed by a stagecoach line along a road that was built in the area in 1820.
In 1835, Williams Harris settled in the area and began selling parts of the woods to incoming pioneers. The town was then given its original name of Harrisburg. The year after, a post office was established. However, because there was another Harrisburg post office in Indiana, the name was changed to Brownsburg. From 1840 to 1870, Brownsburg tripled in size, going from six to sixteen acres. In 1863, the area was divided into Lincoln Township and Brown Township.
As of the 2019 estimate, the town has a population of 27,001 people and a total area of 11.16 square miles. 11.08 square miles of which is land, and 0.08 square miles is water. A tributary of the White River, White Lick Creek, flows from north to south through Brownsburg. The town is within proximity to communities like Pittsboro, Tilden, Avon, Clermont, Royalton and Fayette. Interstate 74 and U.S. Route 136 runs parallel through the area going northwest to southeast. Indiana State Road 267 also runs north to southwest through Brownsburg.
The Brownsburg Square Shopping Center is a shopping mall in Brownsburg. Catering to locals and visitors of the area, the center is situated on the cover of North Green Street and North Northfield Drive. It provides residents of the town with the necessary stores, dining options and services they might need. This include:
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Arbuckle Acres Park was purchased from Mattie Tolle in 1958 with the condition that the park would be named after her father, Alex H. Arbuckle. The original 38-acre tract is now 52 acres of beautifully mature shade trees, open fields and recreation activities. As the oldest park in Brownsburg, it offers amenities like lighted basketball courts, lighted tennis and pickleball courts, a baseball complex, a playground, a tiny tots playground, 1.3 miles of paved walking trails with benches, storywalk, wooded areas, White Lick Creek Greenway and the Bundy Lodge. The park also provides seven picnic shelters near White Lick Creek. It is open every day from 5 a.m. to dusk.
Bundy Lodge is an event facility at Arbuckle Acres Park. Available to rent for parties, picnics, meetings, weddings and other special events, it has a minimum rental hour of four houses. The lodge includes amenities such as two bathrooms, heat and a/c, a kitchenette, a flat-screen TV, AV equipment, 12 tables, 75 chairs, and parking. The non-smoking facility has a capacity of 75 people. A deposit of $150 is required at booking, and the fee is $35 per house for residents. Regulars are $45 per hour, and non-profit organizations are $20 per hour for Mondays through Thursdays only.
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