Fountain Park 2022 Season Dates: July 16-31

Fountain Park Chautauqua, located in serene, rural Indiana, has functioned continuously since 1895, preserving a historical part of our American heritage and keeping family values strong. At Fountain Park, the generation gap is bridged by the fostering of love and respect for all ages. The strong bonds of lasting friendships and family ties, some going five or six generations back, are evidence of the great appreciation held for Fountain Park.  It is a place for children, especially, to experience play how it was generations ago: unstructured, unscheduled, all inclusive, self-organized and self-motivated. It is a truly special place.


Fountain Park Chautauqua

American Heritage and Family Values since 1895

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An overview of Park admission as well as options for dining during your visit.

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Are you in the mood for live entertainment under the shade of the tall trees and fresh air of Fountain Park? We are a traditional Chautauqua and offer musical, educational, cultural and spiritual programs for patrons.

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The emphasis at Fountain Park is spending time with family and the community. The traditional, friendly events at Park build fellowship among our members. Sports, art, crafts, bonfires and other activities will interest all ages.

Activities for All Ages

History of Fountain Park

Fountain Park Chautauqua


Staying at Fountain Park is a truly  unique experience.  Our hotel and campgrounds are one of a kind. 


History of Fountain Park Chautauqua

Fountain Park Chautauqua cannot be explained to those who have never experienced it. However, to start, if you are not familiar with the history of the Chautauqua movement or the history of our own Fountain Park Chautauqua, please click below.

Our Generous Corporate Donors

Please thank them by patronizing their businesses

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Remington Poultry & Catering

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Thank you to our 2020 donors

Gold ($1000 and up)

Richard Belcher

Beth Beres

Eric & Kelly Pampel

Mary Fritz

Randall & Deborah Tobias

Silver ($500-$999)

Andrew & Melody


Donald & Denise Pampel

Kip Helverson

Suzan Hageman

Wayne & Ina Stitz

Bronze ($100-$499)

Barb & John Clark

Beth Tomlinson

Bruce Sailer

Burt Constable's Oak Park Book Club

David & Nancy Gruesser

Dennis & Joan Berryhill

Jack & Darlene Nussbaum

Jon Mykrantz

Karen Stanley

Michael & Jynene Fry

Pete & Diane Dillingham

Quentin & Renee Overbeck

Ronald & Lois Francis 

Sandra Best

Wabash Valley Wanderers

The Fountain Park Chautauqua Society is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization TIN 35-6044798

All charitable contributions, donations and memorials made by check may be sent to the Fountain Park Treasurer. Thank you very much.

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