Southern Indiana is known for our scenic beauty. No matter the season, enjoy a drive through the rolling hills as you hop from one pit stop attraction to the next, all located in Dubois County!

Texaco Gas Station
4890 W. State Road 56, Jasper, Indiana 47546

“If the lights are on, come right on in…” Located right on highway 56 in Ireland, (technically a Jasper address, but locals are sure to tell you different…) make a pitstop at the restored Texaco gas station featuring a unique car collection. Every now and then, you just might get lucky and have someone show you around.

Ferdinand State Forest Fire Tower
6465 E 700 S, Ferdinand, IN 47532

Take on the challenge and climb to the top of the 100ft fire tower to get a unique birds-eye view of the Ferdinand State Forest. Extend your stop to explore the hiking trails, kayak around the beautiful lake or even pitch a tent in the primitive campground.


“Don’t let the fear of falling, keep you from flying.”


Popcorn Box at Jasper Flowers & Gifts
1524 N Newton St. Jasper, IN 47546

Over 90 flavors of gourmet popcorn! As you drive through Jasper on 231 you can’t miss the gigantic popcorn box that sits in front of the popular local gift shop! Stop and snap a picture and be sure to go in to grab some delicious homemade chocolate, popcorn & other tasty treats!

Holland, Indiana Windmill
903 N Meridian St. Holland, IN 47541

Featured on, stop by the Holland Municipal Park and climb to the top of the dutch-style windmill that welcomes you. Just across the street, get a scoop of ice cream at the Windmill Chill and explore the park featuring a few camp sites, a lake for fishing, playground equipment and hiking/walking trails.


No Blueprints, just inspiration”

Fr. Phillip Ottavi

Geode Grotto
Bartley St. between 9th & 13th St., Jasper, IN 47546

Fr. Ottavi, an Italian immigrant who was inspired by religious grottoes in Europe, intended to imitate the famous grotto at Lourdes. The grotto was built using geodes which are soft rocks with crystal-filled centers. The grotto was constructed over ten years and features two major shrines featuring white Carrara marble statues imported from Italy.