Southern Indiana Cities and Towns
City of Jeffersonville
Jeffersonville, often referred to by locals as "Jeff," sits on the Ohio River in Clark County. Home to more than 45,000 residents, it is the county seat of Clark County. Spring Street is the heart of the city's downtown. Just a block west is the Big Four Pedestrian & Cycling Bridge, which connects Jeffersonville to Louisville, Kentucky. You can access Jeffersonville by a number of interstate highways. Interstates 65, 71, and 64 meet just south of the city.
NoCo Arts & Cultural District
Howard Steamboat Museum
Market Street Inn
City of New Albany
The county seat of Floyd County, New Albany is just north of Louisville, Kentucky on the Ohio River. Home to more than 35,000 residents, it is a rising community with a walkable downtown, restaurants, and shops. Incorporated in the early 1800s, it was once the largest city in Indiana until 1860. It is accessible from Louisville and points west by Interstate 64, and by I-265.
Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site
Carnegie Center for Art & History
The Exchange Pub and Kitchen
The Pepin Mansion
The Sporting Club at the Farm
Town of Clarksville
On the banks of the Ohio River, Clarksville is a town that more than 23,000 people and 600 businesses call home. Located between Jeffersonville and New Albany, Clarksville is a blend of old historic sites and new shopping, business, and residential areas. Access Clarksville by Interstates 65 and 265.
Falls of the Ohio State Park
Derby Dinner Playhouse
Ohio River Greenway
Radisson Hotel Louisville North
City of Charlestown
Charlestown is across from the eastern edge of River Ridge Commerce Center in eastern Clark County. Only a few miles from the Lewis and Clark Bridge between eastern Jefferson County, KY, and southeastern Indiana, Charlestown is a growing community with more than 8,000 residents