Escape from it all about an hour from Cincinnati or Indianapolis. Bordered on two sides by the 6,000 acre Versailles State Park, this old farm was converted to a modern, solar-powered get-a-way that provides all the options to escape to the country comfortably! The Lodge has a kitchen, full bath/shower, also has excellent free Digital TV reception for all the big games, news, sports, weather. 4G Verizon Wireless service means fast WiFi Internet. The attached farm shop/garage was built to house an RV, tractor, and Gator. Campsites and Fire Pits, Groomed Trails, plus a well-stocked Bass Pond add to the appeal. Ride Horseback, Hunt Trophy white-tail and wild turkey, Fish in your own private pond, or Get Lost hiking deep into the hardwoods. With the crop land converted to Native Prairie Habitat, daily visits from wildlife and rare birds! Forty acres of Sustainable hardwood timber (not harvested in the last 40 years) & cropland converted to USDA Conservation
A century ago passengers traveling through Osgood sought evening entertainment at movie theaters. The Damm Theatre, owned by German immigrant Louis Damm, offered its customers first-run movies and short reels to vaudevillian skits and local amateur acts. The Osgood community was so proud of its Damm Theatre that the city’s welcome sign included the motto: “Home of the Damm Theatre”. Closed in the 1950’s, residents are hopeful the theatre can be reopened.
1414 N Hasmer Hill
Osgood, IN 47037