Spend Spring Break in Corydon and Harrison County

Why stay in the Midwest for spring break?

Simply put, Corydon is a small town that gives you some of the best of what Indiana has to offer.

Well known as the first state capitol of Indiana, Corydon and Harrison County are also home to some of the most beautiful views in the area, and the county offers many different year-round adventures for locals and out-of-towners alike. 

Outside Opportunities  

Outdoor activities can be found everywhere in Harrison County, and offer visitors a chance to see firsthand the beauty that engulfs the Ohio valley region. Check out O’Bannon Woods State Park for some R & R in nature. Here, you can view a restored hay-press and barn, ride one of the many horse or mountain bike trails, or camp in the quiet for a few days at an RV camping site. There is no shortage of activities for every age. 

Related: Win a Family Getaway to Corydon, Indiana

Underground Adventures

Harrison County is home to not one but two stops on the Indiana Cave Trail: Squire Boone Caverns and Indiana Caverns Family Adventure Park. These ancient cave systems are open year-round, and both have opportunities for explorers of every age. Don’t worry about bad weather, because the caves are a steady 52 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.

During your visit to Squire Boone, you’ll see rushing underground streams and rare underground waterfalls. You’ll also get to explore the mill that has been churning out grain since the 1800s. At Indiana Caverns, take an underground boat ride and learn about Ice Age animal bones found in the area. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even fly on the zip coaster! 

Historical Learning Opportunities 

Let’s not forget the historical significance of Corydon and Harrison County to the state. Aside from touring Indiana’s first state capitol, there are several other sites of historical significance located in the area, including The Battle of Corydon Memorial Park, The Governor’s Headquarters, Constitution Elm and the Leora Brown School. The Harrison County Discovery Center is a must-see, with interactive high-tech displays that makes history engaging for all ages. 

Music, Art & More

You might be surprised to find that many small towns have rich cultural opportunities. For generations, artists and musicians have been calling this area homeIf you’re looking to expand your horizons, check out all the things you can do in Corydon and Harrison County by visiting thisisindiana.org.

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