Corydon is located about 111 miles south of downtown Indianapolis, and about 12 miles east of Leavenworth. The population of Corydon in 2010 was 3, 122 people.
Corydon is known for it’s rich history in the early formation of the Indiana government. The town was once the capital of Indiana until 1825, when the state government was moved to it’s present-day location of Indianapolis.
A notable person with ties to Corydon includes James Best, better known as Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane on “The Dukes of Hazzard.”
The entire town is quite scenic and is a popular tourist destination known for it’s colorful fall foliage, historical structures, and a multitude of festivals and events.
Several buildings and structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More information about Corydon can be found at Wikipedia by CLICKING HERE.
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Camping Links In Corydon
| 203 Electric Sites 30 & 50 Amp Service
Campground Hosts Dump Station
| 2 Dormitories (Sleeping Up to 50 People Each)
Kitchen and Dining Hall Meeting Hall
Picnic Shelter Restrooms and Showers
| 33 Electric Sites 45 Non-Electric Sites Campground Hosts
Day-use Parking Horse Wash Stations Manure Bins
Pit Toilets Restrooms and Showers Water Hydrants
| Amphitheater Biking Trails Boat Launching Ramp
Fire/Lookout Tower Fire Rings Fishing Pier** Grills
Hiking Trails Horseshoe Pits Nature Center Nature Preserves Open Field Areas Overnight Shelters for Hikers Pets Welcom
Picnic Areas Picnic Shelters* Picnic Tables
Restrooms Swimming Pool/Aquatic Center
|Things To Do|
| Bicycling Boating Canoeing Children’s Playground Fishing**
Hiking Horseback Riding Horseshoes Kayaking
Mountain Biking Picnicking Swimming Picnicking
|* – Picnic Shelters – Contact DNR facility regarding the probability of Rental Fees.
|** – Fishing – Requires State License.|
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O’Bannon Woods State Park is a unique park, located within the confines of the Harrison-Crawford State Forest. A portion of the state park borders the Ohio River.
There are combination hiking/bike trails, hiking trails, and the 25.5 mile Adventure Hiking Trail for the earnest backpacking hikers. These trails are within the state park and the Harrison-Crawford State Forest. Overnight tent camping accommodations are available along the
Adventure Hiking Trail.
PLEASE NOTE: The listings above are accurate as of 08/17/19, but do not reflect all the amenities offered at this campground. Also, many campground facilities add or remove campsites and amenities over time. We strongly recommend you visit the DNR website at the O’Bannon Woods State Park for all information, complete details, reservations and much more.
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Nearby Eats & Other Fixin’s
|Country Style Restaurant|
|Cracker Barrel Old Country Store|
|Old Capital Pizza King|
|Rockey’s Dock Seafood|
|The Overlook Restaurant|
|Battle of Corydon Park|
|Butt Drugs, Inc.|
|Corydon Capitol State Historic Site|