Benton County

Formed in 1840, Benton County is steeped with rich history. 

We are proud to be known as one of Indiana’s top agriculture communities, the home of Famous World Champion Harness Horse, Dan Patch, and the recent addition of Indiana’s First Wind Farm.

 

Our county is located in Northwest Indiana. Bordered on the south by Warren County; on the east by White and Tippecanoe Counties; on the north by Newton and Jasper Counties and on the West by Illinois.

Land Area
406.2 Square Miles

County Seat
Fowler

 

OUR TOWNS

Benton County is very proud of its small towns and their big charms where each town offers its own unique mixture of past and present. Compared to our neighboring counties, our populations may be considered modest but the spirit of our communities are certainly mighty. Benton County residents take pride in knowing their neighbors and taking care of each other in times of need. Our town parks, festivals, and golf courses represent only a few recreational opportunities that are available to foster these important friendships.

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Town of Fowler

(County Seat)

Population: 2,274

Town Hall:

307 E 5th Street
Fowler, IN 47944