There's much to do in Corydon, Indiana in the fall. Every weekend is packed with things to do with your family, friends, and significant other. Whether you’re into history, the outdoors, food and wine, or just relaxing, Corydon has it.
Corydon has many Fall festivals featuring everything from art to antiques, ghost tours, and more.
Corydon Extravaganza: Get your holiday shopping finished early at the Corydon Extravaganza—a curated “vintage, junk & artisan” show that happens three times a year. The Fall show is October 26 and 27. Along with vintage finds and unique art, there’s also food, beer, and wine. Admission is $5 on Saturday and $3 on Sunday. There's no admission price for people 18 and under.
Real Haunted Happenings Ghost Tour: This isn’t your usual haunted house—this is haunted history! Tour the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site (the first capitol building of Indiana) by lantern and learn about the Capitol, Governor’s Mansion, and other spooky sites with historic significance. Tickets are $15, and tours run on October 26 at 8:00 and 9:30 PM. Tickets are limited; get them here.
WINE (AND BEER) WEEKENDS
Corydon and Harrison County, Indiana both have a slew of wineries, breweries, and distilleries. On your weekend trip, don’t forget to try out the following:
Beaver Street Tap Room (in Corydon): craft beer, food, and Beaver Street’s own beers.
Turtle Run Winery (in Corydon): Over 30 wines available in beautiful surroundings.
Indian Creek Winery (in Harrison County): A smaller winery that has free tastings from noon to 6 p.m. daily, and you can schedule a private tasting, too!
Best Vineyards Winery (in Harrison County): Not just a winery, Best Vineyards also distills vodka, gin, rum, liquors, brandy and flavored moonshine.
Quibble Hill Winery (in Harrison County): This two-level winery shows off fermentation and production on the first level, and you can taste the wines on the second level.
PARKS & RECREATION
Don’t forget to check out the beautiful fall colors and crisp fall air in Corydon and Harrison County’s gorgeous parks. Whether you want to hike and take in the fall foliage over the 26,000-acre O’Bannon Woods State Park or learn a little bit about history in a beautiful setting at Battle of Corydon Memorial Park, there are green spaces for whatever you’re looking to do in Harrison County. For a list of all of the parks and nature reserves, head to Harrison County’s website.
Need help planning your spectacular fall weekend in Corydon and Harrison County, Indiana? Download their visitor’s guide or take a look at any of the trip itineraries they’ve created on their website. Or, you can contact the Visitor Center for more information.