Free Community Wi-Fi

Free Community Wi-Fi Spots

In response to the growing need for greater Internet connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis, Hoosier fiber optic broadband company Mainstream Fiber Networks has created free public Wi-Fi access points across southern Indiana.

Community members who wish to use a public Wi-Fi access point simply need to agree to Mainstream’s terms of service. No fee or password is required. The public Wi-Fi access points can be found in the parking lots of the following locations:

Brown County

  • Brown County Career Resource Center, 246 E Main St, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County High School, 235 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County Junior High School, 95 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County Intermediate School, 260 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Van Buren Elementary, 4045 IN-135, Nashville, IN 47448

Harrison County

  • Harrison County Community Foundation, 1523 Foundation Way NE, Corydon, IN 47112
  • Mainstream Fiber Networks Regional Office, 3039, 2370 Landmark Way NE #102, Corydon, IN 47112

Washington County

  • Salem High School, 700 N Harrison St, Salem, IN 47167
  • Mainstream Fiber Networks Regional Office, 205 N Main St, Salem, IN 47167 (the old Duke Energy building)