Introduction to Boonville, Indiana
Located in Warrick county, Boonville, Indiana, is 16 miles E of Evansville, Indiana (center to center) and 83 miles W of Louisville, Kentucky. The city is conveniently located inside the Evansville - Henderson metropolitan area. There are an estimated 6,834 people living in Boonville.
Founded in 1818, Boonville holds a seat on Warrick county. The city is named in honor of its initial settler, Ratliff Boon, who was also the second governor of Indiana.
Boonville and nearby Attractions
- Scales Lake Park
- Evansville Museum of Arts & Science
- Hands On Discovery
- International Bluegrass Music Museum
- Holiday World
- Patoka State Fish and Wildlife Area
Things To Do In Boonville
Hands On Discovery, The International Bluegrass Music Museum, Holiday World, and The Patoka State Fish and Wildlife Area are all located in the city.
The Louisville International-Standiford Field is the closest airport to the city.
Boonville Higher Education
Higher education is available at the University of Evansville, the University of Southern Indiana and the Vincennes University.