Welcome to SoIN
 
Stay  |   Play  |  Dine | Shop | Events
 
In this Issue:
  • The Falls of the Ohio State Park
    • Know Where the REALLY Big Fossils Are
    • Whimsical Art Gives New Life to River Refuse
  • What Does Farm-to-Fork Mean to SoIN?
  • After You Play, You Should Stay!
  • Save on SoIN Merchandise this Summertop
The Falls of the Ohio State Park  


Devonian-era fossils can be seen when the Ohio River levels are low. The exposed fossil beds are the  largest of its kind in the world. 
Know Where the REALLY Big Fossils Are

Fossils are fun to find at the Falls of the Ohio. Do you know where and when to look?

Whimsical Art Gives New Life to River Refuse

Artist Albertus Gorman's colorful, sometimes funny, and almost always whimsical art is created from the items he finds washed on shore at the Falls of the Ohio.

SEE THE ART
What Does Farm-to-Fork Mean to SoIN?

See why farm-fresh and flavorful makes for a great dining experience.


  
After You Play, You Should Stay!

Visiting family or friends in SoIN? Consider  a cool and convenient stay at a  b ed-and-breakfast 
or hotel.

              
SoIN Summer Savings

SoIN Tourism
305 Southern Indiana Ave.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(800) 552-3842 Visit@GoSoIN.com

Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter   View on Instagram  View our videos on YouTube