Clarksville Heritage Trail - Ohio River Greenway
May 20, 2014, the Indiana Department of Transportation completed its final inspections and turned over the control of the Big Four Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge to the City of Jeffersonville, Indiana.
May 21, 2014, it opened. Read More...
CLARKSVILLE HERITAGE TRAIL, CLARKSVILLE LEVEE TRAIL, LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL
journeys, this area of Southern Indiana would be prints crisscrossing prints many times over and fill volumes of information, due to its strategic location. The communities of Clarksville , New Albany , Jeffersonville , and Louisville to the south are located at the widest part of the Ohio River channel along its 981-mile length. This location is also the only natural barrier to navigation where rapids and exposed, fossil-filled Devonian limestone caused the pioneers to have to go around them, thus giving rise to the cities that grew up there.