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Illinois/Indiana Border
On the Wabash River, at the Illinois/Indiana Border, starts the Indiana part of the Ohio River Scenic Route Byway its journey along the Ohio River banks. The history of the Ohio ranges from the peiods of Native American habitation through western settlement. Traveling this byway helps visitors learn the history of different periods and changes in transportation and industrialization.
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Access
Access to Pitcher Lake,
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Prairie, Indiana
Raben Road, Mackery Ferry Road, Community of Prairie, Indiana
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Western Hills Country Club, Indiana
Western Hills Drive, Western Hills Country Club, located just west of Mt. Vernon, Indiana,
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13.0
Mt. Vernon, Indiana
Mount Vernon, Indiana, a city located in Black Township, in Posey County, Indiana along the Ohio River. Main Street, Old State Highway #69, to Community of Farmersville, Indiana
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Marrs Center, Indiana
Marrs Center, Indiana, a community located in Marrs Township, in Posey County, Indiana.
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Heusier, Indiana
West Franklin Road, St. Philips Road S, Community of Heusier, Indiana, The A. B. Brown Generating Station, a two-unit, 500-MW power generating facility, located on the northern bank of Ohio river. Servel Lake,
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University of Southern Indiana
University Boulevard, The University of Southern Indiana, a public university in Evansville, Indiana. It is the fastest growing comprehensive state university in Indiana.
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Ray Backer Drive

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NW Riverside Drive
NW Riverside Drive, Evansville Musueum of Arts, The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, a general-interest museum located on the riverfront in downtown Evansville, Indiana. The Reitz Home Museum, a Victorian house museum located in the Riverside Historic District in downtown Evansville, Indiana. The museum offers year-round guided tours to the city's only Victorian house museum.
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Evansville, Indiana
Evansville, Indiana, the third-largest city in Indiana, The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, a street Fair Festival held in the first full week of October, Evansville Freedom Festival in July, Thunder on the Ohio, a hydroplane boat race in the American Boat Racing Association season held in August, are some of the famous festivals in Evansville, Indiana. Angel Mounds State Historic Site, Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science, Reitz Home Museum, Children's Museum of Evansville, Burdette Park, Mesker Park Zoo, and Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve are some of the many places of interests in Evansville, Indiana.
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Boeke Road
Boeke Road, Roberts Municipal Stadium, a multi-use arena in Evansville, Indiana for sports, public events, and concerts. Wesselman Park Par3 Golf Course, Wesselman Woods Nature Center, McDonald Golf Course,
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Pavilion Shopping Center
Burkhardt Road, Pavilion Shopping Center, Lloyd Crossing, Village Commons Shopping Center, Eastland Mall,
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Intersection
Intersection Interstate Highway #164, Angel Mounds State Memorial, Angel Mounds State Historic Site, located on the Ohio River, upriver of the confluence of Green and Ohio Rivers.
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State Route #261
State Route #261, Community of Paradise, Indiana, Community of Camp Brosend, Indiana, Newburgh, Indiana, a town along the Ohio River in Indiana.
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Rustic Hills, Indiana
Sharon Road, Rustic Hills, Indiana, Hillcrest Terrace, Indiana,
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Junction
Junction State Route #61, Warrick Power Plant, a coal-fired electricity-generating station located southeast of Newburgh in Warrick County. F. B. Culley Generating Station, a coal-fired electricity-generating power plant located in Warrick County on the north bank of Ohio River adjacent to Warrick Power Plant.
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Yankeetown, Indiana
Yankeetown Road, Yankeetown, a town in Anderson Township, Warrick County, Indiana.
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Hatfield, Indiana
Hatfield, Indiana, a town in Luce Township, Spencer County, Indiana. Eureka, Indiana, a town in Luce Township, Spencer County, Indiana lies south of Byway Ohio River Scenic Route, Indiana
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Junction
Junction State Route #161, Community of Sand Ridge, Indiana, Richland City, Indiana, a town in Luce Township, Spencer County, Indiana.
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Reo, Indiana
Junction State Route #161, Reo, Indiana, a community in Spencer County, Indiana, Reo is home to several subdivisions, a bank, two schools, a popular five-screen drive-in movie theater (the Holiday Drive-In), a gas station/Wendy's restaurant and four automobile dealerships, along with a number of other businesses. Community of Patronville, Indiana, Community of Pueblo, Indiana lie south of this location. The Glover H. Cary Bridge, a cantilever bridge that spans the Ohio River between Owensboro, Kentucky and Spencer County, Indiana and carries the Indiana State Highway #161 across the Ohio River to Owensboro, Kentucky.
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Rockport, Indiana
Rockport, Indiana, a city in Ohio Township, Spencer County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Lincoln Pioneer Village, A National Historic Place. Historically accurate replicas of a number of Spencer County cabins and businesses from Abraham Lincoln's time are the main attraction of the Village, giving visitors the opportunity to see what it was like to live in Indiana during Lincoln's formative years.
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #231, Rockport Power Plant, located north of Rockport, Indiana, is a power plant with one of the tallest smokestacks in the world.
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Intersection
Intersection USA Highway #231, crosses the Ohio River on to Kentucky,
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Grandview, Indiana
Grandview, Indiana, a town in Hammond Township, Spencer County, Indiana, along the Ohio River.
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Junction
Junction State Route #70, Newtonville, Indiana, a town in Hammond Township, Spencer County, Indiana,
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Troy, Indiana
Main Street/State Route #545, Troy, Indiana, a town in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana, along the Ohio River near the mouth of the Anderson River.
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Junction
Junction State Route #70/37, Tell City, Indiana, a city in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana, along the Ohio River.
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Fenn Haven, Indiana
Community of Fenn Haven, Indiana,
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Cannelton, Indiana
State Route #237, The Bob Cummings - Lincoln Trail Bridge, crosses the Ohio River and connects the Cannelton, Indiana with Hawesville, Kentucky. Cannelton, Indiana, a city in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Interesting spots in Cannelton, Indiana are: Cannelton Cotton Mill, was once the United States' largest industrial building west of the Allegheny Mountains, now a National Historic Landmark, Cannelton Lock and Dam provides a 114-mile stretch of calm recreational water on the Ohio River between Cannelton and Louisville, Kentucky.
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Cannelton Locks and Dam
The Cannelton Locks and Dam, a concrete dam connected to two locks on the Ohio River, upstream from Cannelton, Indiana.
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Junction
Junction State Route #166, Community of Dodd, Indiana, Hoosier National Forest, Millstone Road, This was the site of an Air Crash (Airlines Flight 710) in 1960 with 63 aboard.
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Deer Creek
Deer Creek Road, Deer Creek,
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A Loop
A Loop Road, on State Highway #66 (part of the byway Ohio River Scenic Route, Indiana), located within Hoosier National Forest, Indiana
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Highwater Road
Highwater Road, Tobinsport, Indiana, a community located along the Ohio River in Tobin Township, Perry County, Indiana,
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Hoosier National Forest
German Ridge Road, Bear Creek Road, meandering through Hoosier National Forest, Indiana
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Rome, Indiana
Rome, Indiana, a community along the Ohio River in Tobin Township, Perry County, Indiana,
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Thrifty Road
Thrifty Road, Popp Road, Poison Creek, These Roads wind within Hoosier National Forest
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Junction
Junction State Route #70, Derby, Indiana, a community along the Ohio River in Union Township, Perry County, Indiana,
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Viewpoint/Rest Area
Viewpoint/Rest Area, a parking and rest area on the bank of Ohio River, along the Byway Ohio River Scenic Route, Indiana
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Dexter, Indiana
Community of Dexter, Indiana,
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Parks Road
Parks Road, Ultra Road, Magnet, Indiana is a community Tobin Township, located in Perry County, Indiana, on the west bank of the Ohio River.
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Deuchers, Indiana
Onido Road, Orchard Road, Deuchers, Indiana, a community in Boone Township in Crawford County, Indiana
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Oriole, Indiana
Oriole Road, Oliver Road, Community of Oriole, Indiana, Branchville, Indiana, a community in Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana,
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Sulphur Springs, Indiana
East Rainforth Road, Community of Sulphur Springs, Indiana,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #62/237, Sulphur, Indiana, a town in Union Township, Crawford County, Indiana.
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Beachwood, Indiana
Community of Beachwood, Indiana
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Indian Hollow Road
Indian Hollow Road, Fredonia Road, Indian Ridge Road, Community of Carefree, Indiana, Community of Fredonia, Indiana,
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Leavenworth, Indiana
Dry Run Road, Leavenworth, Indiana, a town in Jennings Township, Crawford County, Indiana, along the Ohio River.
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Wyandotte Cave Road
Wyandotte Cave Road. A pair of limestone caves in Harrison-Crawford State Park on the Ohio River, called Wyandotte Caves, is a popular attraction among tourists. Wyandotte Caves became a National Natural Landmark in 1972. The caves are now part of O'Bannon Woods State Park. The cave system is Indiana's largest. O'Bannon Woods State Park, a state park, originally known as the Wyandotte Woods State Recreation Area, which was part of the Harrison-Crawford State Forest located near Leavenworth, Crawford County, Indiana, O'Bannon Woods State Park contains over fifty miles of underground caverns and one of the world's largest underground 'mountains'.
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State Route #462
State Route #462/Old Forest Road SW,
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White Cloud, Indiana
Harrison Springs Road, White Cloud, Indiana, a community in Harrison Township, Harrison County, Indiana.
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Intersection
Intersection State Route #135, west of Corydon, Indiana
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Junction: IN State Route #337
Junction of State Route #337
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Breckenridge, Indiana
Breckenridge Road, Breckenridge, Indiana,
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Lutheran Laymans League Lake
Rainsplitter Lane, Lutheran Laymans League Lake, Pine Springs Lake,
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Lanesville, Indiana
Crandall Avenue, Lanesville, Indiana, a town in Franklin Township, Harrison County, Indiana,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #11,
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Edwardsville, Indiana
Edwardsville, Indiana, a town in Georgetown Township, Floyd County, Indiana.
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Silver Hills, Indiana
Community of Silver Hills, Indiana,
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Junction
Junction State Route #111, Bridgeport, Indiana, a community located on the west bank of the Ohio River, south of this location.
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Sherman Minton Bridge
Intersection of Interstate Highway #64, The Sherman Minton Bridge, a through arch bridge spanning the Ohio River, carrying Interstate Highway #64 and USA Highway #150 over the Ohio River on to Kentucky at the downtown New Albany, Indiana. The bridge a double-deck configured, westbound traffic flows on the upper deck while the eastbound flows on the lower deck of the bridge.
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New Albany, Indiana
State Highway #111, New Albany, Indiana, a city in Floyd County, Indiana, situated on the western bank of the Ohio River, opposite Louisville, Kentucky. A large collection of National Historic Places, Mansions of 19th century, The Culbertson Mansion, a three-story French Second Empire Style structure, which is today an Indiana state memorial. Harvest Homecoming festival, one of the largest annual events in the state is held here every October.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #131, Clarksville, Indiana, a town in Clark County, Indiana, along the Ohio River, The town is home to the Colgate clock, one of the largest clocks in the world and the Falls of the Ohio State Park, a large fossil bed. Clarksville, Indiana, has the largest exposed fossil beds from the Devonian period which forms the Falls of the Ohio State Park.
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Spring Street Freight House
The Spring Street Freight House, a site listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in Jeffersonville, Indiana. It is one of the few railhouses built in the 1920s still standing. The Old Jeffersonville Historic District, located in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Schimpff's Confectionery, a candy store and museum located in Jeffersonville, Indiana, within the Old Jeffersonville Historic District. The Grisamore House, was designed from elements of both Federal and Greek style to build this two-story brick structure, is now a part of the Old Jeffersonville Historic District.
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Main Street
Main Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana, The Howard Steamboat Museum, Based in the old Howard home, features items related to steamboat history. The Museum holds an annual Chautauqua in May. The Henry French House, also known as the Salmon-French House, is located in Jeffersonville, Indiana, within the Port Fulton area. This house is added to the National Register of Historic Places due to its architecture and place in maritime history. Port Fulton, Indiana, a town that was located two miles up the river from Louisville, within present-day Jeffersonville, Indiana.
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Jeffersonville, Indiana
Plank Road, Springdale Drive, Jeffersonville, Indiana, a city in Clark County, Indiana, along the Ohio River.
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Allison Lane,
Holmans Lane, Allison Lane, Oak Park, Indiana, a community in Clark County, Indiana.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #265, Port Road, Lancassange Creek, Six Mile Island, located in the middle of the Ohio River, a national preserve in Jefferson County, Kentucky. The Great Steamboat Race during the Kentucky Derby Festival turns around at Six Mile Island as the halfway marker during the race.
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Watson, Indiana
Watson, Indiana, a town in Carr Township, Clark County, Indiana.
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Prather, Indiana
Charlestown-Jeffersonville Pike, Community of Prather, Indiana,
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Springville, Indiana
Bethany Road, Springville, Indiana, was a small town that existed from 1798-1811 in Clark County, Indiana, United States. It was named for the springs in the area that provided a good fresh water supply.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #3, Charlestown, Indiana, a city in Clark County, Indiana, The Benjamin Ferguson House, a National Historic Place, was built by Ferguson in 1816 and is an example of Federal-style architecture. The Watson House, A National Historic Place, located just east of Charlestown, Indiana . The Thomas Downs House, a registered National Historic Place, also located just east of Charlestown, Indiana.
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Charlestown State Park
Jersey Avenue, Charlestown State Park, an Indiana state park in Clark County, Indiana, located on the banks of the Ohio River, It is the third largest state park in Indiana. The main feature of the park is various scenic trails overlooking Fourteen Mile Creek, noted for being one of the oldest unglaciated stream valleys in the state. Devil's Backbone, a rock formation and peninsula formed by the flow of Fourteen Mile Creek into the Ohio River, situated in Charlestown State Park near Charlestown, Indiana.
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Rolling Hills, Indiana
Dave Carr Road, Rolling Hills, Indaiana, a community in Charlestown Township, Clark County, Indiana,
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Bull Creek Road
Bull Creek Road, Owen is an unincorporated town in Owen Township, Clark County, Indiana. Sunset Village, Indiana, a community in Owen Township, Clark County, Indiana,
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New Market, Indiana
Brooks Road, Zimmerman Road, New Market, Indiana,
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Vesta, Indiana
Vesta Road, Vesta, Indiana, a community in Owen Township, Clark County, Indiana,
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Hibernia, Indiana
Hibernia Road, West Port Road, Hibernia, Indiana, a town in Owen Township, Clark County, Indiana.
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New Washington, Indiana
New Washington, Indiana, a community in Clark County, Indiana,
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Marble Hill Road
Marble Hill Road, Marble Hill Nuclear Power Station, a closed power plant station, is located near New Washington, Indiana, on the bank of Ohio River.
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Paynesville, Indiana
W Jackson Road, Paynesville, Indiana, a town in Saluda Township, Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Chelsea, Indiana
New Bethel Road, Chelsea, Indiana, a town in Saluda Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. Saluda, Indiana, a town in Saluda Township, Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Junction
Junction State Route #356, Swanville, Indiana, Swanville, Indiana, a community in Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Junction
Junction State Route #56,
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Hanover, Indiana
Hanover, Indiana, a town in Hanover Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, is located along the Ohio River. Hanover College, a small Presbyterian liberal arts college, located here in Hanover, Indiana besides Southwestern High School.
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State Route #62
At this location, State Route #62 detours from the Byway Ohio River Scenic Route, Indiana. Madison County Municipal Airport, a city-owned public-use airport located west of Madison, Indiana, a city in Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Clifty Creek Power Plant
Clifty Creek Power Plant, a coal-fired power station located in Madison, Indiana,
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Clifty Falls State Park
Clifty Falls State Park, an Indiana state park in Jefferson County, Indiana. A system of naturalist programs for Indiana state parks started in 1927, with Clifty Falls being one of the first four with one. The park features Clifty Creek, Little Clifty Creek, and a canyon in which the sun only shines during midday. It has many beautiful nature trails, that go near Clifty Falls.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #7, to Madison, Indiana, Most of Madison's downtown area (133 blocks) was named one of the United States' largest national historic landmarks and is on the National Register of Historic Places. An annual Power Boat Race, is held here in Madison, Indiana on 4th of July Weekend, which is called 'Madison Regatta'. A week-long riverfront festival also surrounds this racing event. City of North Madison, Indiana, lies north of Madison, Indiana along State Highway #62.
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The Charles L. Shrewsbury House
The Charles L. Shrewsbury house, located at 301 West First Street in Madison, Indiana, is a private historic house museum.
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #421, The Madison Historic District, a historic district located in Madison, Indiana. its unique Midwestern beauty and architecture scheme earned it the title ''A National Historic landmark'. The Lanier Mansion, and the Schofield House, are the two prominent national historic landmarks among 133 blocks of Madison, Indiana, overlooking the Ohio River in Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Milton-Madison Bridge
East 2nd Street, The Milton-Madison Bridge, a continuous truss bridge that connects Milton, Kentucky and Madison, Indiana, and carries USA Highway #421 across the Ohio River.
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Manville, Indiana
N Bee Camp Road, Manville Hill Road, Manville, Indiana, a community in Milton Township, Jefferson County, Indiana.
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Brooksburg, Indiana
Brooksburg, Indiana, a town in Milton Township, Jefferson County, Indiana,
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E Lost Fork Road
E Lost Fork Road, Community of Braytown, Indiana,
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Lamb, Indiana
Lamb Drive, Community of Lamb, Indiana
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Junction
Junction State Highway #129, Community of Long Run, Indiana
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Vevay, Indiana
Vevay, Indiana, a town in Jefferson Township, Switzerland County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. The Hoosier Theatre, a 225-seat historic theatre located at 209 Ferry Street in Vevay, Indiana, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Markland, Indiana
Markland Town Road, Markland, Indiana, a community located along the Byway Ohio River Route-Indiana, on the northern bank of the Ohio River.
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Markland Locks and Dam
The Markland Locks and Dam, a concrete dam bridge and locks that span the Ohio River. It connects Switzerland County, Indiana with Gallatin County, Kentucky across the Ohio River.
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Florence, Indiana
Florence, Indiana, a town in York Township, Switzerland County, Indiana. Turtle Creek, community of Quercus Grove, Indiana,
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Bryant Creek Road
Bryant Creek Road, Bryant Creek, Searcy Ridge Road, Searcy Crossroads, Indiana
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Patriot, Indiana
State Route #250, Patriot, Indiana, a town in Posey Township, Switzerland County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Community of Antioch, Indiana
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Goose Creek Road
Goose Creek Road, Duffy Lane, Goose Creek, Wade Creek,
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Grants Creek Road
N Landing Road, Grants Creek Road, Grants Creek,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #56, to, Aberdeen, indiana
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Rising Sun, Indiana
State Route #262, Rising Sun, Indiana, a city in Randolph Township, Ohio County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Community of Cofield Corner, Indiana
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Campshore Lane
Campshore Lane, Community of Campshore, Indiana, Island Branch, Laughery Island, a privately owned alluvial island in the Ohio River in Boone County, Kentucky, located close to Camp shore, Indiana on the Ohio River
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Hartford Pike
Hartford Pike, Community of Hartford, Indiana,
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Laughery Creek Road
Laughery Creek Road, Laughery Creek,
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Aurora, Indiana
Junction USA Highway #50, State Highway #350, Aurora, Indiana, a city in Lawrenceburg and Center townships, Dearborn County, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Hogan Creek, Pond, Community of Cochran, Indiana lies on USA Highway #50. The Hillforest Mansion, located at 213 Fifth Street, in Aurora, Indiana, built on a bluff above the Ohio River. It is a designated National Historic Landmark.
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Utah, Indiana
Sunnyside Avenue, State Route #148, Community of Utah, Indiana,
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Junction
Junction State Route #48, Community of Lawrenceburg, Indiana
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Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Lawrenceburg, Indiana, a city in Dearborn County, Indiana, located in southeast Indiana, on the Ohio River west of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Old Town, Indiana

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Hardinsburg, Indiana
Junction State Route #1, Bellview Drive, A connecting Road to Interstate Highway #275, Hardinsburg, Indiana, a town in Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. Greendale, Indiana, a city in Dearborn County, Indiana, located along State Route #1, west of Hardinsburg, Indiana
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State Line Road
State Line Road, Indiana/Ohio border on USA Highway #50, where the Indiana part of the Byway Ohio River Scenic Route ends.