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Greene County - Southern Indiana Fall Road Trip!

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Fun For The Whole Family!

Stop 1: Yoho General Store - The Yoho General Store has been a gathering place for decades. Today, visitors can sit back and relax in the restored 1930s dining area and enjoy a deli-style meal. The store is well known for its over-sized breaded tenderloins, hand-scooped ice cream, and more! This is an ideal one-stop location.

Stop 2: Fowler Pumpkin Patch - Pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, fall decorations, a petting zoo, and a barrel train. 

Stop 3: Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum - Found deep in the woods, displaying over 100 large-scale sculptures by artists from around the world.

Stop 4: Tulip Trestle - The largest trestle in the U.S. at one point can be experienced by walking along the stream or driving past the observation deck.

Stop 5: Edwards Farmstead - Private U-pick hours are available to schedule private events to take place in and around the flower field. 

Stop 6: Old Tobacco Barn - Home to BARN pARTy workshops during the fall. Projects only offered virtually right now.  

Stop 7: Canyon Forest Nature Preserve - Over 68 acres of natural area, with seasonal waterfalls and 1.6 miles of trails. 

Learn more about a Greene County road trip here

Contact Information

Greene County - Southern Indiana Fall Road Trip!
10043 E Tulip Rd
Solsberry, IN 47459

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Visitor Information

  • ADA accessible

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Site-Seeing
  • Hiking
  • Trails
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • U-Pick
  • Food
  • General Store

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COVID-19 NOTICE: As you venture out in Indiana this fall, look for the Hoosier Hospitality Promise logo at the restaurants, hotels, attractions and other destinations you visit. They’ve promised to take extra precautions to keep guests safe. You can get discounts at these vendors when you make the Hoosier Hospitality Promise, too. Also, be sure to check the websites of any destination you plan to visit for current open hours and guidelines. Follow the Indiana Department of Health guidelines to keep yourself and everyone safe.

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