Within the park you will encounter many features that encapsulate a story distinct to Indiana or Corydon.
Visit 1816 Modern Kitchen & Drinks in Historic Downtown Corydon for a contemporary spin on Southern favorites such as shrimp and girts and fried green tomatoes. Chef Scott Dickenson reinterprets far-flung comfort food favorites ranging from poutine to ramen. This restaurant’s smartly pared-down menu makes quite an impact with something interesting for everyone—meat lovers and vegetarians alike. Don’t miss out on 1816’s craft cocktail selection. The Old Capitol Fashioned pays homage to the history of Corydon as Indiana’s first state capital from 1816-1825.
Tuesday through Friday: 11am to 2pm, 4pm to 9pm
Saturday: 11am to 9pm
Sunday: 10am to 3pm
This 3 acre park was donated to the Harrison County Parks Department in 1975.
Designated as a National Scenic Byway in 1996, the Ohio River Scenic Byway is a 302 mile journey through Southern Indiana at times only feet from the mighty Ohio River
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