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Ohio River Greenway

The Ohio River Greenway is a recreational corridor that runs along a 7.5 mile stretch of the Ohio River through the communities of Jeffersonville, Clarksville and New Albany, Indiana.

The multi-use path’s route includes the Falls of the Ohio State Park and Interpretive Center, where visitors can learn about the Lewis and Clark Expedition and explore Devonian Period fossil beds that date back 390 million years.

From the Interpretive Center, the path meanders along the state park and federal wildlife conservation area where visitors encounter the replica cabin at the George Rogers Clark home site, which is the starting and ending point of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Nearby Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Park commemorates the Expedition with interpretive signage where the Expedition began.