The earliest settlers began arriving in Neshkoro in the mid 1800’s. The lush land that lead to the beautiful banks of the White River provided a great refuge for the settlers. Located northwest of the Fox River, this land was soon to become an ideal destination for the area’s first industry, a foundry which was preceded by a mercantile store, harness shops, a woolen mill and gristmill, hotels and diners, a meat market, and even brick manufacturers. All earned a distinction for service and growth.
Visit Neshkoro on a summer Friday night to listen to a concert in the park. See a park full of creativity during Scarecrow Fest in October. The annual Community Chorus Christmas Concert is a must see!
Be sure to stop at Lunch Creek Winery (call ahead for hours) or get a great cut of meat at Reetz’s Meat Market.