Crawfordsville Country Club
3272 West Country Club Road
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Text the word: CRAWFORDSVILLCC To: 72727
Hours of OperationSunday - Monday: 11:00 - 17:00
Tuesday - Saturday: 11:00 - 21:00
One of the seven oldest clubs in the state, the Crawfordsville Country Club was founded in 1906 on property originally purchased by General Lew Wallace in 1899 as a summer home and amateur fishery.
Wallace loved the gorgeous natural setting on hillside terrain along the banks of Sugar Creek and decided to name his country home “Water Babble” after the small, babbling brook that to this day runs from the crest of the Clubhouse to a small pond, formally the swimming hole. Wallace used the property as a game preserve for hunting and fishing. He stocked the ponds with black bass and speckled trout.
The Crawfordsville area is rich with history and the Country Club is without exception.