Pigeon Creek meanders for miles through Evansville’s northeast side to its juncture with the Ohio River near downtown. Located on Green River Road one quarter of a mile north from Lynch Road, the Rotary Kayak/Canoe Launch allows access to Pigeon Creek. It offers paddlers the opportunity to enjoy Evansville’s 6-mile “blue trail.”
200 Hill Dr Saint Meinrad, Indiana 47577 (812) 357-6501
Saint Meinrad Archabbey offers a peaceful and spiritual retreat with beautiful grounds and the opportunity for prayer with Benedictine monks. Founded in 1854, Saint Meinrad is one of only two archabbeys in the United States and one of only eleven in the world. Home to the Saint Meinrad School of Theology, the Abbey Press, the Abbey Press Gift Shop...
45 N Kringle Pl. Santa Claus, Indiana 47579 (812) 937-4469
The Santa Claus Post Office is the only post office in the world with the Santa Claus name. Stop by this small-town post office to receive the famous Santa Claus picture postmark, available only during the Christmas season. During the holidays, the Santa Claus Post Office receives thousands of letters to Santa written by children from all over the...
4225 N. 1st Ave Indiana Evansville, Indiana 47710 (812) 760-8546
From vintage toys and comics to a retro 80s video arcade. Classic games from the 80s and 90s are accessed by the hour, so leave your quarters at home. Arcade cabinets are changed out every couple of months!
49 NORTH GREEN RIVER ROAD Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 730-4759
Sky Zone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park dedicated to the pure joy of flying. Offering Open Jump, Ultimate Dodgeball, Foam Zone, Sky Slam and Skyrobics. Sky Zone is a great place to take your family or host a party or group event.
P.O. Box 376 Mitchell, Indiana 47446 (812) 849-3534
Located just over 100 miles Northeast of Evansville, Spring Mill State Park features a restored pioneer village, cave tours, trail rides, fishing, hiking, swimming and more. Spring Mill is also home to the Grissom Memorial which honors Mitchell, Indiana with Indiana native Virgil Gus Grissom, one of the seven Mercury astronauts and America's...
100 Squire Boone Road Southwest Corydon, Indiana 47142 (812) 732-4381
It was Squire Boone and his brother, Daniel, who discovered these caverns in 1790. Between 1804 and 1809, Squire built a gristmill near the mouth of the cave that serves as the focal point of Squire Boone Village today. The village includes craft shops, playground, picnic groves, kitchen, bakery and candy cabin.