Turn up the volume. Have some fun.
Fall is full of indoor and outdoor activities. From festivals and concerts, to hikes and u-pick farms, there are plenty of play opportunities during your visit with us. Here are ten picks to help you create your own “playlist”:
- Test your sleuthing skills during Agatha Christie’s classic mystery, “And Then There Were None,” at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
- Walk to 2 states in 1 day. Cross the scenic Ohio River and visit Jeffersonville’s vibrant downtown when you walk or bike across the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge.
- Indulge in chicken and dumplings or a tenderloin sandwich at New Albany’s Harvest Homecoming Festival.
- Taste wine in the countryside’s brilliant fall foliage at Huber’s Orchard, Winery and Vineyards.
- Pick pumpkins; then sample farm-fresh apple butter and fried biscuits at Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant.
- Shop downtown New Albany’s unique retailers like Regalo and Mariposa Consignments.
- Sample cinnamon and chocolate candies after a candy-making demonstration at Schimpff’s Confectionery and Candy Museum.
- Hike through rugged hills and deep ravines, with views of Fourteen Mile Creek and the Ohio River in Charlestown State Park.
- Bike along the Ohio River Greenway, stopping for a picnic lunch at Ashland Park or an ice cream treat at Widow’s Walk Ice Creamery.
- Hike to one of the largest exposed 390-million-year-old Devonian fossil beds at the Falls of the Ohio State Park.
Press rewind. Unwind and dine.
Big flavors, locally-sourced menus, and riverside settings are our restauranteurs’ and chefs’ focus. Dining choices range from casual gastro-pubs to healthy vegan and vegetarian market and deli.
Step into New Albany's downtown foodie scene and Jeffersonville's riverside restaurants. Within these towns, you can escape to another country without ever boarding a plane! Indulge in Asian, Mediterranean, Cuban, Mexican, French, Greek, and American gastro-pub and BBQ cuisines.
This is just a preview of what you can experience when you stay, play, and dine in Clark and Floyd counties. View and use our Visitors Guide.