Historic Corydon Harrrison County...the Perfect Getaway
Corydon and Harrison County feature an abundance of outdoor recreation including; caving, camping, hiking and horse trails, fishing and much more. The scenic beauty at O’Bannon Woods State Park is sure to entice visitors to spend hours exploring and having fun. The park includes an aquatic center, nature center, Haypress demonstrations, pioneer village, modern and horsemen’s campground. Other outdoor fun includes golf, miniature golf that includes an outdoor course and an indoor black light 3-D course. Three old-time ice cream parlors have served up frozen confections, along with a big scoop of Americana, for more than 50 years.
An incredible collection of sites and attractions also await travelers, from an historic Civil War battlefield to the Squire Boone Caverns and Marengo Caves, where enormous passages are highlighted by dazzling formations. The State Historic Site marks Corydon’s place as Indiana’s first
capitol, while travelers are fascinated by the Constitution Elm and tours of the Leora Brown School,
one of the nation’s oldest standing early African American schoolhouses. Plenty of diverse dining and accommodations include a historic B&B, affordable modern hotels with indoor and outdoor swimming, cozy cabins, country cafes and even a luxurious riverboat casino.
For “grown-up getaways”, Harrison County is home to Horseshoe Southern Indiana Casino Resort, Offering hours of gaming fun, several dining options, including the new Paula Deen Buffet, and top-notch entertainment. Harrison County is also becoming a favorite amongst the wine lover’s. Visitors can tour five local wineries and enjoy beautiful scenery, free wine tastings and production tours,
outdoor concerts and many other activities throughout the year.
Complete information and a free visitors’ guide are available at www.thisisIndiana.org or (888)