Clarksville, located in Clark County, Indiana, is best known for the Falls of the Ohio State Park, where visitors can tour exposed fossil beds at the site where Lewis & Clark met for their expedition. Clarksville is also home to the oldest continually running community theatre in the US, as well as the only dinner theatre in the area.
Home to many of Southern Indiana’s largest homes in a country setting, those who live in Floyds Knobs are treated to breathtaking views of the Ohio River and Louisville Skyline. Located in Floyd County, Indiana, this beautiful town is also home to many of the area’s radio and television stations because the high hills provide better signals.
Jeffersonville, also called Jeff (not to be confused with Jeffersontown, KY), is located in Clark County, Indiana and is home to the first shipbuilding in the area, which is why steamboats have a rich history in this city. Jeffersonville is connected to Downtown Louisville by the Big Four Walking Bridge, with parks flanking both ends of the bridge amidst quaint neighborhood homes, and offers scenic views of Louisville.
Just across the river from Louisville in Floyd County, Indiana, New Albany once served as a supply and medical center for Union troops during the Civil War. Today, New Albany is a hotbed for locally-owned boutiques and restaurants, as well as art galleries and outdoor music venues set against the backdrop of the Ohio River.
Set in Clark County, Indiana, a crown jewel of Sellersburg is Fuzzy Zoeller’s Covered Bridge Golf Club, which includes two golf courses. This small town boasts 19 restaurants and three hotels, with quiet streets and welcoming charm.