We have four cabins each unit has air conditioning or heating, eight bunk beds, fire pit, grills, electricity, and picnic tables.
The Posey House was built in 1817 by Colonel Thomas Posey, son of Gov. Posey. Colonel Posey was a prominent man in the early history of Corydon and lived a useful life in the community. Although he never married, he raised 14 orphans in his home. The home at one time displayed various items purchased from, or donated by, many families in Harrison County. The Posey House is currently not open to the public for tours.
RVs are located in scenic Buffalo Trace Park and are available for rent throughout the spring, summer, and fall. The hard work has been done for you: All you have to do is arrive and start enjoying your getaway in nature!
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