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Indiana Ghost Towns

Indiana ghost towns exist as either abandoned buildings, or simply a hole in the ground. The hole is the cellar that a house once rested on. There may be one or more of these cellar holes in the area. In what was once and old town. Searching for the old settlements is both fun and rewarding.

Learning American history by searching for these areas is a great way for you and your family to explore the outdoors. If you’re lucky, you may find old relics that were left behind, lying on the ground.



And, if you enjoy metal detecting, or perhaps you’re interested in joining the exciting hobby, then searching for these lost old towns will give you the opportunity to find some exciting relics from the past. This page explains where some of the Indiana ghost towns exist.

Cellar Hole

Indiana Ghost Towns List

Here is a list of some of those gone but not forgotten towns. Have fun, and good luck in your search for ghost towns.

Allen County

Perry, is located on the railroad 1 ½ miles south of Huntertown.

Carroll County

Pittsburg, is located on the railroad approximately 2 ½ miles south of Sleeth.

Fountain County

Nebekers, is located on the railroad 3 ½ miles north of Covington.

Hendricks County

Joppa, is located approximately 5 miles southeast of Clayton.

 Johnson County

 Kinder, is located approximately 2 miles southeast of Bluff Creek.

 Marshall County

Wolf Creek, is 1 3/4 miles south of Twin Lakes.

Martin County

Hunt, is located approximately 3 ½ miles northwest of Dover Hill.

Porter County

Coburg, is located on the railroad about 2 miles west of Alida.

Steuben County

Ellis, is approximately 4 miles east of Angola.

St. Joseph County

Nutwood, is located on the railroad, approximately 3 miles north of Lakeville.

Reference: Thomas P. Terry United State Treasure Atlas, 1978 - 1987

Metal Detectors

Western Ghost Towns

Locating Indiana ghost towns is an exciting adventure. 

Gone But Not Forgotten

The ghost towns listed on this page are just a few of the hundreds of ghost towns in this State. You can discover many on your own as you drive, or hike, by paying attention to the signs that an old town is close by. Those signs, and how to look for them are described in detail in my digital eBook:

"Gone But Not Forgotten, Ghost Towns of the Eastern States."

In this book, you’ll learn how to locate the eastern ghost towns by recognizing certain signs. In this book you will also read about a real ghost town, mini cache, found by my metal detecting and good friend John.

This is an eBook. Available only in digital form as an instant download.

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