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Wednesday, March 3, 2010


The Harrison County Convention and Visitors Bureau has just announced the release of its 2010 Visitors Guide. The 2010 guide is filled with information on the area’s many extraordinary experiences. The free guide highlights Corydon’s history, adventure, shopping, entertainment and dining venues and is filled with a variety of ways for guests to enjoy Harrison County’s Hoosier Hospitality. The 2010 Visitors Guide is available at no charge by calling (888)738-2137 or can be downloaded by clicking HERE.

Historic Corydon and Harrison County’s outdoor scene is spectacular. Adventure seekers can dunk their paddles into the Blue River, hike one of seven community parks, explore winding passageways in caves studded with astonishing natural formations and discover more than 800 picture-perfect scenic areas. Visitors will find award-winning wineries; old-time ice cream parlors; unique gardens with rare plants, flowers and herbs and a host of outdoor activities that are ideal for the whole family.

Guests will find a shopping experience like none other on the Historic Corydon Square. The grounds of the First State Capitol is surrounded by quaint little shops that provide a wide variety of modern art, jewelry and vintage clothing; and cozy caf├ęs offering all the trendy new flavors and drinks. With Country and Bluegrass concerts, a romantic dessert for two and a roll of the dice at Horseshoe Southern Indiana, the ultimate gambling experience, Historic Corydon and Harrison County has lively nightlife activities. Guests can settle in for the night at one of the many incredible hotels or exclusive Bed & Breakfast amenities.

Information on reservations for all hotels and activities can be found inside the Visitors Guide. For more information or to order the Visitors Guide, consumers can visit or call (888)738-2137.

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