Located in beautiful Southern Indiana. Pike County holds the distinction of becoming the first community to become a county after Indiana became a state.
Principal communities include Winslow, Otwell, and Petersburg, which is the county seat. The county includes 7,000 acres of water and 20 miles of wetlands. It is also the home of a large state forest, wildlife area, and a 200-acre park with a 90-acre lake. Small community parks, a 9 hole golf course, and a lovely arboretum/botanical garden are a treat for visitors and residents alike.