fbpx

John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail 1863

John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail 1863

Travel back to July, 1863 and follow Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and his Raiders on this self-guided driving tour. For six days the raiders rode through Southern Indiana. This raid would be remembered as his Great Raid of 1863. It also was the only major military activity in Indiana during the Civil War. The John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail in Indiana is 185 miles and laid out with directions that are numbered and corresponds with the actual trail sign locations. Tour is free and self-guided. Maps and additional information is available at the Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center.

John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail 1863

310 N. Elm Street
Corydon, IN 47112

310 N. Elm Street
Corydon, IN 47112

You May Also Like

logo hubers

Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant

Borden, IN 47106

The Joe Huber Family Farm and Restaurant.

KentJava logo color

KentJava Bar

Corydon, IN 47112

Family owned coffee shop in Historic Downtown Corydon serving fresh coffee.

Bicentennial Park

Corydon, Indiana 47112

Within the park you will encounter many features that encapsulate a story distinct to Indiana or Corydon.

[class*=gfield_time_]
[class*=gfield_time_]
[gravityform id="1" title="false" description="true" ajax="true"]
  • The Harrison County Convention & Visitor Bureau is committed to protecting your privacy. Your information is not sold, traded, or rented to anyone. It is only used to send you an e-newsletter with information relevant to your interests. And you can remove your information and stop this newsletter easily. A click link will be found at the bottom of each newsletter allowing you to stop further e-newsletters and remove your information. If you have concerns or questions please email us at [email protected]
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet_bg']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[data-image-id='gourmet']
[class*=gfield_time_]
[class*=gfield_time_]
[gravityform id="1" title="false" description="true" ajax="true"]
  • The Harrison County Convention & Visitor Bureau is committed to protecting your privacy. Your information is not sold, traded, or rented to anyone. It is only used to send you an e-newsletter with information relevant to your interests. And you can remove your information and stop this newsletter easily. A click link will be found at the bottom of each newsletter allowing you to stop further e-newsletters and remove your information. If you have concerns or questions please email us at [email protected]
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Send this to friend