Roann Covered Bridge Festival

Roann, IN 46974


Roann, Indiana was founded in 1853 and in 2000 had a population of roughly 400. You will find 4 beautiful churches in this small town with numerous others in the surrounding area. The four "local" churches come together several times a year for a community service, one which is held the Sunday during the Roann Covered Bridge Festival.

Roann is also home to the Roann Paw Paw Public Library, the smallest town to have a Carnegie library. You can also tour the Stockdale Mill, drive across one of two covered bridges that remain in Wabash County or reminisce on days long ago.

It's easy to spend a day visiting the antique shops like Mom & Pop's Jazzy Junk or the Antique Mall next door. Grab a basket of fish at Lynn's Restaurant or a pizza from AJ's Café & Pizzeria to satisfy your hunger. Other businesses in town include beauty/barber shops, insurance agencies, a gas/convenience store and a post office.

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