Located on Old US Hwy 41 near Patoka, the nine-hole golf course offers both club membership and public greens fees. Driving range on-site.

2560 N Old Hwy 41



Named an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society in 2005, the entire Gibson property consists of about 6,000 acres of reservoir, ponds, and wetlands. Gibson Lake itself is a 3,000-acre cooling reservoir with a surrounding levee and a 2-mile-long breakwater down the center. Because the warm water discharge keeps the lake from freezing in the winter, it often accumulates thousands of ducks and geese when the local lakes freeze. Located near the Wabash River on IN S.R. 64 west of Princeton, the habitat features a 160-acre wetland wildlife viewing area, a photographic blind, and two hiking trails near the Duke Energy main entrance.



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Princeton Theatre auditorium


The Princeton Theatre and Community Center is the perfect venue for a wide variety of events such as seminars, business meetings, showers, weddings, receptions, civic functions and reunions.

Facilities include:

East Community Room/West Community Room/Entry & Lobby Area – With flexible configurations and rental options, retractable pocket walls allow these three areas to be combined in multiple ways to accommodate groups ranging from 10-270 people.

Theatre — With 280 fixed seats and 5 handicapped accessible spaces with movable companion seats, the theatre includes a fully handicapped accessible stage plus state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment and theatrical lighting.

301 W. Broadway

Princeton, IN 47670




8 screen multiplex theater presenting popular, first-run movies.

2691 West Broadway, Princeton, IN
MOVIELINE: (812) 635-9102

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The park includes 9 hole Disk Golf course, two softball diamonds, playground equipment, an outdoor basketball court, and non-lighted tennis courts. Shelter houses are also available.

850 S. Stout St., Princeton, IN



A popular sport where 2 teams of 3 or more play various game formats such as capture the flag; eliminating each other by using low powered CO2 guns to mark the opponent with a .68 round thin skinned paint pellet. The facilities currently have a PSP airball field, speedball field, hyperball field, fort field, town field, and woods field

HOURS: Open Wednesday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or later if needed.
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

2413 W 50 N, Princeton, IN
812-386-7011 or 812-386-6827Facebook icon


lafayette park
Lafayette Park, on the city’s north side, is the largest in the city. It features a fishing pond, shelter houses, a playground, an open general-purpose recreation area, tennis courts, an outdoor basketball court, and a stage for public performances. The city swimming pool and splash park is adjacent to Lafayette Park, as is Kiddie Land, a playground for very young children. Gil Hodges field, where the Princeton Community High School baseball team plays its home games, is also located on the park property.
West Spruce St.
Princeton, IN
(812) 385-4428


111 East Broadway St.-Princeton
(812) 635-9128

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1410 W Broadway St, Princeton
(812) 386-6825


courthouse at night border


Often described as the jewel in the county’s crown, the Gibson County courthouse sits right in the center of its county seat of Princeton. The present structure is the third courthouse built in Princeton. Its cornerstone, which can be seen on the northeast corner of the building, was laid in 1884 and construction was completed in 1886 at a cost of $188,661.00.  With its four corner towers framing four original center entries that form a Greek cross, it stands as a picturesque example of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. The north and south entries to the courthouse feature high relief male mascarons while the east and west entries feature high relief female mascarons. The exterior of the courthouse was built using limestone from Bedford, Indiana and brick manufactured in St. Louis. Interior construction materials included black walnut grown in the county as well as mosaic tiles and oak flooring.  The courthouse was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and was also used as a model for a piece in the Original Department 56 Snow Village Collection. The courthouse is open Monday through Friday from 8 am until 4 pm. Guided tours can be scheduled by contacting the Gibson County Visitors & Tourism Bureau at 888-390-5825.101 North Main St.
Princeton, IN  47670