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Natural Limestone in Lawrence County

Another Limestone Month has come and gone, and we have been very proud to celebrate the Indiana native stone and what its history means for our county. Lawrence County’s rich limestone quarrying and carving history began in the early 1800s. Since then, the county has been known as “Limestone Country.” Limestone is found underground in …

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Safe Travel in Lawrence County With the Long Family

Lawrence County offers many unique outdoor adventures that await you around every corner, but we understand if you’re hesitant to travel during these uncertain times. Recently, an Indiana family took a trip down to Limestone Country and put together a video so that you could view their experience and learn more about the new safety …

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Spring Break at Spring Mill State Park

Spring is quickly approaching, which means that spring break is right around the corner! We have your entire spring break week planned for you at Spring Mill State Park. Come enjoy endless fun with friends and family and participate in activities including owl and snake observations, movie nights, cave river valley hikes and much more! …

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The Home of Indiana Limestone

The Home of Indiana Limestone

 “America’s Building Stone,” limestone, provides Lawrence County with community pride and national prestige. The thick, pure stone gives Lawrence County it’s hilly terrain and gorgeous buildings – It’s how this Southern Indiana community got the moniker Limestone Country. Limestone from Southern Indiana, also known as Bedford Stone or Salem Limestone, began to form over 300 …

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