Organizers of Tippecanoe River tubing excursions are not the problem for Winamac park staff. That was the message reiterated during last week’s park board meeting. The town allows an organizer of “BYOB River Tubing excursions” to use space in the Town Park for part of its trips, which brings in revenue from the rental fee.Continue reading
A concern about tourists’ tubing expeditions’ impact on the Tippecanoe River’s ecology was heard by the Winamac Park Board last week. Resident Mark Copeland told board members that fishing isn’t what it was five or 10 years ago, and he blamed the trash brought by the increase in tourism.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Park has been a busy place this summer. In addition to the Pulaski County Fair and Northern Indiana Power from the Past, Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo told the park board last Thursday that there have also been a number of smaller events and group visits.Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board has finalized the date for this year’s Town Park cleanup day. It will be held Saturday, May 4, beginning at 8:00 a.m. EDT.Continue reading
Winamac is once again attracting tourists looking to spend a few hours on the Tippecanoe River. Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo told the town’s park board last week that Cannonball Productions’ first visit of the year went well.
Winamac residents will finally be able to play pickleball in the town park. Pickleball is a racket sport, with smaller dimensions and equipment than tennis.
BYOB tubing excursions down the Tippecanoe River have proved to be a major visitor draw for the Town of Winamac. But complaints from local residents have led the town’s park board to lay out some rules before letting them return this year. Continue reading