203 S Cherry St., Huntingburg
Built in 1894 and renovated in the early 1990s, this historic stadium served as the home field for the Rockford Peaches in the filming of the hit motion picture, “A League of Their Own. Home to the Dubois County Bombers collegiate baseball team, which entertains hundreds of fans June-August.
E 4th and McCrillus St., Jasper
Known as the Schaeffer Barn in honor of the Prussian immigrants who began its construction some 170 years ago, this historic hand-hewn log structure is a Cantilever Overhang, which was typical of many German buildings.
203 South Cherry St., Huntingburg
A summer collegiate baseball team, the Dubois County Bombers play in the Ohio Valley League, a wooden bat league consisting of 8 teams playing throughout Western Kentucky & Southern Indiana. The Bombers play high-quality contemporary baseball in a throwback setting at historic League Stadium.
508 E 4th St, Huntingburg
This museum illustrates the life and times of the people of Huntingburg through pictures, artifacts, and other documentation. Included are various war memorabilia, a 1901 Huntingburg Tour Car, items from “A League of Their Own,” and the bed of Colonel Geiger, founder of Huntingburg.
Germantown shopping center (located accross the road from Wal-mart) has great businesses. Maurices, Carson’s, and China’s Best Restaurant are just a few. Click here to view a complete list of stores in this shopping center.