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Living in Randolph County is a step back in time - but with all the modern conveniences. The pace is refreshingly slower here. People feel safe! Kids still ride their bikes and play in the park, without fear - and parents love it!
Everything you need to live a comfortable, low stress life is right here in the county. From our restaurants, to our shops, parks, theatres, schools, and low cost of living, Randolph County is the best kept secret in Indiana.
We are one of the least populated counties in Indiana, yet we're within about 30 minutes of three cities that provide an even wider array of entertainment, shopping, education, and employment opportunities, and we're within 90 minutes of 2 international airports.
We're a group of about 25,800 independently minded people who are actively engaged in our communities. We have a huge array of service and social clubs sure to spark your interest - and we're easy to get to know.
In Randolph County you can still enjoy a outdoor drive-in theatre, take in a movie downtown, enjoy the many festivals, shop on the courthouse square, and stroll downtown chatting with your neighbors or a summer night or during the Christmas holiday walk.
Come explore Randolph County. Stay a few days and experience the hospitality of our bed and breakfast or one of our other lodging establishments. Enjoy fishing, rock climbing, hicking, bike riding. Climb the tower and enjoy the zip line at Camp Yale. Step back in history at our museums, watch a ball game, play a round of golf (or two or three) at our award winning courses, enjoy auto racing at the worlds fastest half mile - the historic Winchester Speedway.
Yes, the good life is here in Randolph County. Visit the Tourism site to learn even more about what to see and do.