Near to one another but distinct, the towns of Remington and Wolcott are located six miles apart along U.S. 24/231, also known as the “Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor.” While they are far away from the traffic jams and white noise of city living, both towns also close to shopping, businesses and other amenities.
The towns also are 90 minutes away from two of the largest cities in the United States – Chicago and Indianapolis. The well-maintained (and well-travelled) I-65 corridor also links Remington/Wolcott to nearby towns and cities like Lafayette and West Lafayette, home to Purdue University, as well as Monticello and Rensselaer.
As development in the Chicagoland area continues to move south along I-65, there is a correlating interest in land development in Jasper and White counties. Approximately 4,000 acres are currently available for development within a half mile of the highway alone.
The towns are accessible from I-65 using Exits 193, 201 and 205.