Adventure and Fun in Washington County, Indiana
Welcome to the heart of Southern Indiana, where picturesque landscapes, warm hospitality, and a touch of nostalgia await you. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embark on an unforgettable journey through Washington County, a charming destination that promises to soothe your soul and ignite your sense of adventure.
From the corn and soybean mazes to their petting farm and pumpkin patches, Cornucopia Farm offers something for everyone. With sweet treats, delicious burgers and more available at the Café no one in the family goes hungry! Our farm is just 10 miles East of Salem, IN 9 miles West of Scottsburg, IN and a quick drive from several metropolitan areas including Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Louisville!
Delaney Park is a 326 acre park with an 88 acre lake with unlimited recreational opportunities including swimming, fishing, boat rentals, nature hikes, basketball, volleyball, horseshoe pits, playground, modern and primitive camping, cabin and lodge rentals, shelter house rentals and the new Delaney Park Restaurant. Access to the Knobstone Trail is available from the Delaney Creek Park Trailhead located in the rear parking area of the park.
Delaney Creek Park includes an 88 acre lake within 326 acres of country wilderness. The park includes lodges, cabins, primitive cabins and 35 camping sites. All camping and cabin rentals are a two night minimum on weekends from April 15-November 1. Holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day) require a 3 night minimum. If you like camping you have your choice of camper/RV camping in the Modern area or tent camping in the Primitive area. Modern camping includes water and electric hook ups. Primitive camping is total roughing it and NO campers/RVs allowed. If you want the home features, we have cabins and lodges available to rent. We h ...
The Knobstone Trail is the longest hiking trail in Indiana. Its southern terminus is located in the Deam Lake State Recreation Area. It currently ends at Delaney Creek Park near Salem, Indiana, however there are plans to eventually extend the trail another 80 miles north to Martinsville, Indiana. As it lies along the Knobstone Escarpment, it is a difficult hike, which is why many use the Knobstone Trail to prepare for hiking the Appalachian Trail.