Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Visitors Bureau

About Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Visitors Bureau

Plan a family or friends’ getaway in Southern Indiana. Watch candy making at one of the country’s oldest confectioneries. Explore ancient and recent history as you walk on one of the world’s largest exposed Devonian-era fossil beds at the Falls of the Ohio State Park. Learn about William Culbertson’s legacy, one of Indiana’s wealthiest men in the 19th Century; equally important is the steamboat legacy of the river towns told at the Howard Steamboat Museum. Pick your own produce, savor farm-fresh foods, and sip award winning wines and spirits at Huber’s Winery and Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant in Starlight. Shop diverse retail – from Jeffersonville’s and New Albany’s quaint downtown shops to one of the country’s largest Bass Pro Shops; all the while you’ll relish the tastes of Southern Indiana’s eclectic dining scene. Fun family-friendly festivals include Thunder Over Louisville, Harvest Homecoming, weekly summer concert series, and much more. Clark and Floyd Counties are located along the Ohio River just north of Louisville, Ky. and just two hours south of Indianapolis. Stop by the Southern Indiana Visitor Center for travel information and souvenirs.