Posey County, Indiana is known for its outdoor beauty and attractions. Get outside and practice social distancing while exploring the nature, art, architecture and history in Southern Indiana.
Posey County’s southern borders were naturally formed by the confluence of the Wabash and Ohio rivers. The waters of those two great Midwest rivers helped make the land fertile and carved out Indiana’s distinctive borders. The Point, where the Wabash River meets the Ohio, is a remarkable place, and most often the first thing people notice when they look at a map of Indiana.
Thousands of acres in farmland and woods, big skies and two Midwest rivers…Posey County is one of those rare spots where natural beauty stretches as far as you can see. For hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, bonfires and ATVs, Posey County’s a very short drive to the big outdoors you crave.
Posey County’s central location on the continent gives birdwatchers opportunity to see species originating from a wide swath of North America.