Greencastle is a lovely city located in the United States of America. Greencastle is the county seat of Putnam County in Indiana. Greencastle was established in 1821 by Ephraim Dukes, who named the city in honor of his hometown, also called Greencastle, but located in Pennsylvania. Greencastle has an area of 5.3 square miles and, according to a recent census, 10.326 residents. Notable locals include miniaturist Amalia Kussner Coudert, governor of American Samoa - William Michael Crose, historians Charles A. Beard and Mary Ritter Beard and Abraham Lincoln biographer Jesse W. Weik. If you want to visit Greencastle, there is plenty to see and to do here.
Top Attractions within Greencastle
Putnam County Museum is a preserver of the history of the beautiful county of Putnam and all its cities. Thanks to this Greencastle museum, locals can benefit of information and education regarding the history of their hometown. The museum has several programs for schools and guided tours for visitors. Inside it, you can admire splendid collections of photographs and letters of the settlers and you can admire rooms decorated to be exact replicas of the rooms belonging to some of the first houses in Greencastle.
Windy Hill Country Club is a 9-hole regulation golf course located in Greencastle. The club has an area of 2900 yards and if you are neither a golf pro, nor interested in learning, you can just relax for a whole day at this great country club. Simply enjoy a delicious meal and a sunny day here.
Greencastle Public Skatepark is a public skate park available for all locals and tourists. So, if you are a sport aficionado, this is the best place to exercise and stay in shape while on vacation. The place is very popular, especially among younger people who gather all the time in this great Greencastle location..