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Orange County

Whether you prefer to spend your leisure time exploring the great outdoors, visiting small hometowns, delving into local history or enjoying a little nightlife, you’ll find it all in Orange County. The county is home to some of the country’s most beautiful natural scenery, the largest covered water park in Indiana and winter snow skiing.

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Remote Worker Program

Our Remote Worker Program offers talented, remote workers $5,000 to relocate to southern Indiana. After you apply, someone from our team will be in touch to walk you through the process! 

This program requires you to relocate to southern Indiana within six months of being accepted, and you must live here for a minimum of two years. Please contact Kristal Painter with additional questions.

Why Orange County?

Population: 19,623

Cities and Towns: French Lick, Orleans, Paoli, & West Baden Springs

Top Employer Industries: Tourism, accommodation and food service, manufacturing, and construction

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Voted Best Hotel in Indiana by Travel & Leisure Magazine, French Lick Resort is a beautiful blend of luxury and history. The resort consists of both French Lick Springs Hotel and West Baden Springs Hotel.

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Outdoor Recreation

Patoka Lake is Southern Indiana’s #1 recreation area. The 8,800 acre lake and 26,000 acre DNR property offer boating, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, canoeing, and camping.

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Make the most of your family time together at French Lick's indoor water park, Big Splash Adventure! With a retractable roof and over 40,000 square feet, there is something for everyone at the water park.

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Outdoor Recreation

Hoosier National Forest provides a wide mix of opportunities for people to enjoy. Rolling hills, back-country trails, and rural crossroad communities make this small but beautiful 204,000 acre forest a local treasure.

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