If you value hard work, faith, family and community, then Remington and Wolcott are your kind of towns. And you won’t be alone. Many residents of Wolcott state that they live there because it is where they grew up.

Residents of Remington and Wolcott often come together to celebrate or just enjoy a beautiful Indiana spring day. From the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Summerfest and 4th of July Celebration to the Holiday Parade and recreational sports leagues, there are many opportunities for children, families and seniors to enjoy each other’s company. 

Residents of both towns are active in Scouting, 4-H and FFA activities. There are several nonprofit organizations that offer membership and fellowship, including the Lions Club and Psi Iota Xi and Tri-Kappa sororities. Each town is walkable – especially Wolcott – and, with plans for parks no more than a 15-minute walk away, they will become more so through future development.

Remington and Wolcott residents embrace nature and outdoor activities, as evidenced by the network of community parks and green space. Active residents can take advantage of soccer fields, tennis courts, baseball, playgrounds and basketball and horseshoe facilities. Nearby Carpenters Creek offers a natural town boundary and plenty of future recreation opportunities. 

Spiritual life also is an important component of the Remington Wolcott lifestyle. A variety of Christian denominations including Presbyterian, Christian, Methodist, Catholic, Evangelist, Baptist, Apostolic, Mennonite and non-Denominational offer ministry and fellowship.