Welcome to EarlParkIndiana.com
Online Home of Earl Park, Indiana
Town board meeting, 2nd Saturday of the month, 9:00 AM (EST) at the town hall.
For a printable Self Guided Driving Tour brochure of the Benton County Wind Farm click the links below.
Earl Park, Indiana is located in Benton County on the far Eastern edge of the historic Tall Grass Prairie. Fed by numerous small streams, the Earl Park area is home to many species of wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Mink, Beaver, Badger, Great Blue Heron, Pheasant, Quail, Rabbit, Coyote, Fox, Raccoon, opossum, and numerous birds of prey. Earl Park is located in Richland township which is named for the rich black top soil. Near record crop yields are common in this area of Indiana.
Benton County is steeped in the traditions of prairie farm life. A place where the past, the present, and the future overlap. Modern high speed motorways connecting to major metropolitan areas, modern conveniences, and home of pioneering innovations in technology, production and distribution of goods and services. Benton County offers an excellent and dedicated work force for a variety of agricultural and industrial businesses. The Orion Wind Turbine Electrical Energy Project will generate a pollution-free source of electricity for more than 35,000 homes.
May 2008. The wind farm is in operation! Look for updates to the Benton County Wind Farm Page Including new photos of the Wind Turbine project including construction and transportation of the gigantic components.
For Park and Festival Information, head to the Town Park page
Community Service Listings - Earl Park Municipal Page
The municipal page is a quick reference guide for agencies, schools, public services, religious, and civic organizations in Earl Park, Indiana. There are links to separate pages for many of the service providers and organizations listed on this page.
Please visit the History page.
There are numerous photographs from the turn of the 20th century to present day. See a story about famous early aircraft pilot and fearless barn-stormer Matilde Moisant, and a link to the biography of town founder Adams Earl.