Southern Indiana and Louisville Community Guide

The Louisville and Southern Indiana metropolitan region combines many of the best qualities of large and small cities to create one of the nation's most appealing areas. In fact, a 2006 study conducted by two national relocation companies rated the area as the nation's best city for relocating families. Their study was based on a number of economic and quality-of-life factors such as commute times, cultural offerings, tax rates, recreational activities, and the quantity of family-friendly events and venues.

The Louisville attractions which visitors perennially love -- Churchill Downs, Seneca and Cherokee Parks (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), the Kentucky Center for the Arts -- have in recent years been joined by a number of exciting new ventures including Fourth Street Live, the Muhammad Ali Center, and even a nationally recognized Skateboard Park.

Southern Indiana offers its own array of attractions, from the Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant to the Georgetown Drive-In to Covered Bridge Golf Course.

Area Guides & Stats
One Southern Indiana
Louisville Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Courier-Journal Newspaper
Louisville Restaurant Reviews
Louisville Metro Parks

Clark County Government
Floyd County Government
New Albany City Government
Louisville Metro Government
Louisville Chamber of Commerce
Kentucky State Government
Area Attractions
Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant
Georgetown Drive-In
Holiday World
The Kentucky Derby Festival
Churchill Downs
Louisville Zoo
Louisville Bats
Fourth Street Live
Belle of Louisville

Golf Courses
Covered Bridge Golf Course
Hoosier Hills Golf Club
Hidden Creek Golf Club
New Albany Springs Golf Course
Twilight Golf Course