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Carve Your Adventures in Stone in Southern Indiana

Many of our nation’s iconic buildings – such as the Empire State Building and Pentagon – might still be blueprints on a shelf if it wasn’t for southern Indiana’s natural resources.

Fall Foliage in Lawrence County via limestonecountry.com

Fall Foliage in Lawrence County via limestonecountry.com

The area anchored by Lawrence County aka “Limestone Country” supplied the building blocks of these massive structures. Fall is a perfect time to visit the quarries but to also pack, peddle and paddle in this unique Hoosier area also known for its rolling hills and fantastic fall foliage.

  • Go underground and explore America’s longest underground River in Bedford at Bluespring Caverns
  • The winding East Fork of the White River and Salt Creek, Limestone Country is ideal for canoe, kayak and bike rentals for family get-togethers.
  • Travel back in time time at the Pioneer Village, at Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell.
  • “Say Cheers!” at the Salt Creek Brewery in Bedford, a true pioneer as the county’s first and craft brewery.

For more information about these and other Autumnal Tod-Dos in Limestone Country, visit the Fall section on VisitIndiana.com.

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