Harrison County is located at the southernmost tip of Indiana, approximately halfway between the state's eastern and western borders. The Ohio River defines the county's southern border; across the river are the state of Kentucky and the city of Louisville. Discover exciting things to do in Southern Indiana. From day trips, attractions and family activities to events, travel itineraries and adventures, there's something for everyone.
Make the most of your time in Southern Indiana with dozens of attractions, restaurants and tips to help you plan your next weekend getaway or family vacation. Harrison County was named after William Henry Harrison. It is located along the state's south-central border. Just as the first representatives met under the Elm Constitution in Corydon to draft Indiana's first Constitution, current members of the Harrison County government are working hard to represent the needs and will of the people of Harrison County, Indiana.