Fulton County Tourism Commission

Round Barn Festival, Redbud Trail Rendezvous,historical museum, chili cook-off, Nickel Plate Trail, Trail of Courage, 18-hole golf course, walking and biking paths. Tippecanoe River... . . . . . Trail of Courage - third weekend in September. Since 1976, this frontier event on the banks of the Tippecanoe River shows frontier life with historic encampments of French & Indian War, Voyageurs with canoes, Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Western Fur Trade, Plains Indians teepees, Woodland Indians wigwam village. 1832 Chippeway Village, fur trading post, blacksmith shop, plus 35 historic booths made of old barn boards. Pioneer foods are cooked over wood fires: buffalo burgers, ham & beans & cornbread, barbecue, chicken & noodles, fish & chips cooked in big iron kettles, apple dumplings, apple sausage, corn on the cob, Indian tacos and fry bread, also ice cream, one of George Washington`s favorite treats. Two stages with pre-1840 music & dance, canoe rides, hundreds of traditional crafts, cannon demo, post office, storytellers.

  • Handicapped accessible