About

About Rockville, Indiana

Parke County Courthouse is among the most photographed courthouses in the U.S.

Rockville, Indiana, is a special place to visit, live, work, shop and stay.

As the seat of Parke County, Rockville is situated around a magnificent courthouse. Among the most photographed in the United States, Rockville’s courthouse was built in 1882 in the “Second Empire” style.

With a population of about 2,500, Rockville retains its small-town charm and offers many unique shopping, dining and recreational opportunities.

And we are proud to say that we are headquarters for the internationally famous Parke County Covered Bridge Festival. Visitors from all over the world stroll our streets, enjoying all that Rockville offers.

About Main Street Rockville

Main Street Volunteers placing Flower Planters on sidewalks

Main Street Volunteers placing Flower Planters on Sidewalks

The Rockville MainStreet program is a team of residents, merchants and other interested citizens who believe that Rockville, Indiana, is a special place to visit, live, work, shop and stay.

Our dedicated, passionate members engage in a variety of activities to spotlight and enhance the many virtues of Rockville and Parke County.

We organize several events throughout the year, including the Rockville Cruise-In and Hometown Holidays. MainStreet Rockville also is responsible for creating the Rockville Hospitality Guide and the MainStreet Rockville Locator Map.

The MainStreet Rockville program is an arm of Indiana MainStreet.

For more information or to join MainStreet Rockville, please Contact Us.