In 2008 Spencer County’s Population was 20,111. We used this company name because of our involvement with the county. Spencer County is known for it’s beautiful scenery, rolling hills, and fields upon fields of corn. I think the most scenic places to visit would be the St. Meinrad Archabbey and the Lincoln State Park.
Abraham Lincoln lived in Spencer county from 1816 to 1830, between the ages seven and twenty-one. His family moved to Illinois in 1830. The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is located at the site of the Lincoln family farm.
Spencer County Has Many Places To Visit!
You can celebrate history and holidays all year long! Visit Santa Clause, Indiana for information on places to visit in Spencer County.