The high-banked asphalt 1/2-mile oval is located on SR 32 in Winchester. The seating capacity is 4,000 and an underground walk-through tunnel makes commuting from the pits to the grand stands convenient. The Speedway was started in 1916 and was the first half-mile oval in the United States, which was made out of a clay surface. It is the oldest running short track in operation, and falls second to the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the oldest speedway still under operation. Learn more at: winchesterspeedway.com
Randolph County YMCA
The Randolph County YMCA mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Programs range from preschool, childcare, day camp, and after-school care to youth and adult sports, group exercise, individual fitness training, wellness, walking/running track, and Y’sOWLS for the seniors in the community. YMCA offers corporate memberships along with family and individual memberships. Character development is integral to all YMCA programs. We are guided by our four core values: caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. For more information call: 765-584-9622.
Winchester Bowling Alley is returning soon.
Equestrian Farms & Shows
Randolph County 4-H Fairgrounds
Indoor Recreation & Classes
Dixie’s Dance Studio
Starlite Skating Rink
A long time ago the glaciers that carved out the Great Lakes made our area famously level. However, a small section along Salt Creek in Goodrich Park provides the perfect sledding hills for families. Locals’ most popular spot is the hill where Morton School once stood.
The West Fork of the White River begins as a small creek in Randolph County and winds gently westward.