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My grandson and I made our first trip to the Falls of the Ohio in early August. We had a great time. The interpretive center was very interesting and held his attention far longer than many others we have visited. He is 6 and very...More
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The park is located alongside the Ohio River, walking/biking or jogging trail. The trail is 7.25 miles. There is a shop at that entrance to the park where you can get coffee ice cream or rent a bike. Whether you’re walking...More
$2 parking and. Fun morning hiking with our cousins (3 and 4 years old). The riverside is rocky and some of the rocks are big, but it was fun for them to explore by finding rocks, sticks and flowers. You could also take a blanket...More
Upon arriving we both proclaim we need to use the restroom! So we go looking for the restrooms at the PARK...with lots of people buzzing around with their children and families! Only to realize that the only restrooms are in the building that doesn't open...More
On my most recent trip to Louisville I wanted to seek out the best view of the skyline of Louisville. This park is absolutely the best! To get the skyline view you need to be in Indiana, and this park is located directly across from...More
While the park offers nice views of Louisville, there really isn't too much to do at the park. We walked along the waterway and also purchased ice cream to enjoy as a family. There are some historical components to the park so we tried to...More
I took my almost 2yr old here and we had a great time. We spent roughly 2.5 hours here, with about 30 minutes of that time at the Interpretive Center and the rest outside. The 2 videos were not really interesting to that young of...More
Coming from the Niagara Falls area, we have a lot of shores to explore along the Niagara river. The difference here seemed to be in the amount of garbage laying around. Broken glass, plastic bottles, etc. Stuff that you could tell had been ther a...More
We didn't spend much time here, but seems like there is a lot to do. We did not go into the visitor center, they were having an event and a little crowded. The overlook was beautiful. We went down to the rocks and climbed around...More
The Widow's Walk ice cream and bike shop is very close at 415 E. Riverside Dr. In addition to some great ice cream and bike rentals, they have burgers and sandwiches. You can't miss it because it is an old Victorian... More
The Widow's Walk ice cream and bike shop is very close at 415 E. Riverside Dr. In addition to some great ice cream and bike rentals, they have burgers and sandwiches. You can't miss it because it is an old Victorian colorfully-painted house.
With regard to the fossil beds, I was there in April so I can only give you my best guess about walking on them. The river was so high then and there was so much debris, that I doubt much has been cleaned up or that the river is lower. I would call/email the Clarksville Park System and ask for an update. For some reason, TripAdvisor doesn't allow websites in answers to questions. So just do a search for the Parks and Recreation Dept. for Clarksville, Indiana.