The Gladys Russell Barn and Guilford Covered Bridge are historic wooden buildings and the installation of nails, staples, push pins or any other mechanical fastener for the hanging of decorations, posters, artwork or any other item is not permitted.
There are five parks in the Dearborn County Park system. Three of our parks are located in rural areas and permit visitors to experience the natural beauty of Dearborn County. A goal is to improve public access to these natural areas by adding parking, walking trails, picnic areas and restrooms. Two parks are in municipal areas and contain picnic shelters, playground equipment and sports fields.
For a list of park facilities that you can schedule click the Schedule! box below
The following rules apply to all Dearborn County Parks - Parks open from dawn to dusk - No Hunting, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, campfires or motorized vehicles in grass or trails - No camping without permit (The Park Board only permits camping by Scout groups) - Fishing permitted IDNR regulations apply - Pets are to be on leashes at all times and kept out of children's play areas. Children are to be supervised by Adults - Place trash in receptacles - No nails, staples or other mechanical fastener to be used when hanging decorations, posters, etc. in any park structure.