Town of Earl Park
Home to the long-standing Earl Park Fall Festival held each year over Labor Day weekend, the Town of Earl Park is located in the northwest corner of Benton County. Founded in 1872 by Adams Raub, the town is named for Raub’s uncle, Adams Earl. Earl Park is located in Richland Township along US Highway 41/52 and is home to over 350 residents.
Interested in wind energy? Earl Park is also home to Indiana’s first large wind farm. Benton County Wind Farm consists of 87 GE Energy 1.5 MW Wind Turbines that began operation in April of 2008.
The Town of Earl Park is governed by an elected Town Council and Clerk-Treasurer. They hold regular business meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm EST at the Town Hall, located at 123 W. 5th Street, Earl Park, IN
Little Earl Park makes up for its size with can-do attitude and a huge fall festival.
The Earl Park's Fall Festival is a whopper that annually attracts 45,000 people to this town of 350. Visit the Fall Festival website here: www.earlparkfestival.com
123 W. 5th Street
P.O. Box 67
Earl Park, IN 47942
Hours of Operation
Mondays: 4-5:15 PM
2nd Sat. of the Month
9 AM-10:30 AM
In case of emergency call 911