Enjoy the drive!

Traversing the lush hills and farmlands of southern Indiana and paralleling the mighty Ohio River, the Ohio River Scenic Byway marks a time-worn and history-rich corridor that has profoundly influenced the people and communities through which it passes. Whether clinging to the shores of the river, or linking farms and historic river communities, the Ohio River Scenic Byway is the common thread joining a geographically broad and culturally diverse region together.

The Ohio River Scenic Byway in Indiana is comprised of the following segments totaling 302.38 miles:

SEGMENT(listed East to West)

MILEAGE

ROAD CLASS

US route 50 to Oberling Road
Oberling Road to Ridge Road
Main Street to US 50
US 50 to George Street
Second Street to SR 56
SR 56 to SR 156
SR 156 to SR 62
SR 62 to Allison Lane
Allison Lane to Market
Market to Walnut
Walnut to Riverside
Riverside to Sherwood
Sherwood to S. Clark Blvd
S. Clark Blvd. to Harrison Ave.
Harrison Avenue to Randolph
Randolph to Spring St. (SR 62)
SR 62 to Vincennes and Main
Main to Corydon Pike
SR 62 to SR 66, at Sulphur
SR 66 to SR 662, in Newburgh
SR 662 to Interstate I64
Interstate I64 to Veterans Memorial Parkway
Veterans Memorial Parkway to Riverside
Riverside to SR 62 (Lloyd Expressway)
SR 62 to Illinois Border

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3.34
0.30
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2.31
3.73
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0.81
0.51
0.50
3.12
8.40
1.93
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83.6
4.22
3.00
2.40
1.11
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Ohio River Scenic Byway and Fish & Wildlife Service Lands in Indiana

Photo: Ohio River Scenic Byway and FWS Lands Map - Indiana

Photo: Map Legend for FWS Maps

Note: Highlighted byway routes shown on maps of National Scenic Byways correspond to designations made by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. State designations may differ. Maps from America’s Byways.