Interesting cavern with a very fast moving river down the middle. It's starts out dry and you work your way back to a waterfall (4') and the running river. There are two other falls over over 8', but they are not accessible.
100 Squire Boone Rd. S.W.
This is a very small commemorative park with a few monuments, one old log building, a canon and a streambed. It is another of the many reminders that Corydon played a part in the Civil War.
The pictures pretty much show everything that is there.
to get there:
take route 337 south through town and out the south end where it jogs over into Old Route 135 (have to be watching for it). Take Old Route 135 south a mile or so and watch for the park signs (see the picture included).
The Hayswood Theatre hosts a monthly music jamboree on the 2nd Friday (from March to July) for $10.
The music starts at 7:30pm and runs until 9:30pm. There are only 70 seats available so you have to get there early.
State and national talent will take the stage to entertain you with jazz and country and rock-n-roll performances; single artists, groups and bands perform.
to get there:
route 337 (Capitol Avenue) to Chestnut Street then look for signs on route 337
Who would think of putting a tree in a house (not a house in a tree)?
The Corydon town council.
Because that tree is the very one that their forefathers sat under when they signed the Indiana State Constitution.
On High Street, in downtown Corydon is a brick structure in which is kept the remains of the 200-year old tree which commerates the spot where the first constitution for the state of Indiana was penned.
to get there: I-64 exit 105, route 135 south into downtown Corydon, go to High Street