Winslow, Indiana is a small town in Pike County in Patoka Township. It was developed in 1837 and is the namesake of a son of an early settler: William Winslow Hathaway. It’s also named after the Algers, Winslow, and Western Railway, a railroad that once served coal mine operations throughout the county. Winslow is home to 840 citizens.
Winslow is a lovely little town that lies close to the Patoka River, which is popular among the locals for canoeing and tubing. This river runs through Riverside Park, a park where you can stop by during the summer months to check out its outdoor flea market. North Main Street is where you’ll find most of the town’s hustle and bustle. Eskimos Grocery and Deli is the community’s only grocery store, and a few blocks away from the store is Bob Inn, a bar and grill. You can also grab a pie from Family Pizza or stop by the local library to check out a book or two.
This quaint community is tight-knit, family-friendly, and it possesses a gorgeous rural environment. If you want to know more about land or homes for sale in Winslow, Indiana, please reach out to me.
Here is your rural homestead building lot! Central to Pike County between SR 61 and SR 57 not far from I 69 or I 64… but far enough. Over 14 acres with electric and wat...
Listing courtesy of Randy Harris from HARRIS REAL ESTATE LLC
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