Greendale Indiana Events
It is one of the most famous landmarks of Greendale and you don't want to miss your exclusive chance to see it! Located across the Ohio River from downtown Lawrenceburg, this brand new facility features a state-of-the-art gaming and entertainment center with a full bar, hairdresser, restaurant and bar. It features an indoor / outdoor play area, a bar and restaurant, as well as an outdoor terrace and outdoor seating area.
Parking, toilets and a small playground are also available, and there is also a covered picnic shelter with lighting. This facility, which offers first-time films, is also equipped with traditional concession stands and arcades in the lobby.
For those who appreciate water as a way to get around, the Dearborn Trail is the perfect choice for a day trip to do more and discover more. Train and see the beauty of the park while you hike, and for all those who love the water, it is a great option for water sports.
The central part of the trail passes abandoned railroad lines, crosses a large stream that flows downstream into the Ohio River, then follows a levee to Lawrenceburg and then across bridges to the other side of the river. For long stretches, it follows the Ohio River through the city of Dearborn, along the railroad tracks, past the old railroad line, through a few small towns and past a number of historic buildings.
From Aurora to the east, it roughly borders US Highway 50, which was built as part of the coastal-to-coastal transportation route that preceded the region's railroad in the 1850s. It is likely that this corridor was used much earlier, but it is likely that it was used much later.
Built in the early 1860s, the Italian-style house was owned by several families, including Colonel Bannister, who ran the distillery until it was bought by William F. Cook in 1891. Built in 1929, the Mediterranean Revival House of Bill and Pat Krider is the youngest house on this tour. Once a shared apartment, it has been restored since the 1990s and is now owned by Jason and Melissa Watkins. The Veraestau estate, located on a river slope, is one of Aurora's most popular tourist attractions and a popular destination for visitors of all ages.
The plan is to install modern technology and equipment while retaining historic features, including five Rookwood fireplaces.
Take a stroll along historic Greendale Ridge Avenue to explore four majestic houses and learn about the local distillery history that makes the street so great. You will hear from the owners of the houses who will tell you the secrets behind the scenes of the renovation of the houses. Visitors can visit the houses in any order, but check in at the City of Greendale building. Owners and volunteers, including members of the Dearborn County Historical Society, will be on hand to answer questions and provide directions to the next destination.
The western end of the trail is in the Aurora Lesko Park, where it winds along the river, offering a choice of a bench to rest and enjoy the landscape. Here you can ski the family-friendly cross-country track, slide down the 750-foot tubing track or beat your heart - and beat a black diamond. During your adventure, we can count the number of snowshoes, snowmobiles, skis, sledges and snowboarders in Greendale. Enjoy fall with a family fun day at the Great Lakes Fall Festival on the Green River Trail.
Adult general admission tickets in Lawrenceburg are $25, children 7 to 12 years old are $7 and children 6 and under are free. Online ticket buyers will have access to a limited number of tickets for $10 per person per day or $20 for a family of four.
In the current situation concerning COVID-19, we follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding large-scale events and mass events. It is compulsory to wear masks and face coverings and we ask everyone present to remember the social dissociation guidelines at all times.
Ridge Avenue Ramble features architectural projects, two of which have been restored, as well as a number of other historic buildings in the area. Lovers of all levels will find what they are looking for, as there are a variety of skis, snowshoes, sledges, lifts and ski lifts.
In the surrounding area, the trail offers various attractions to visit, whether to local restaurants, shops, farms or markets, including the locations of the pumpkin and berry plantations. Lawrenceburg with its riverboats offers a variety of opportunities to visit restaurants or even go skiing (as you do in winter). Enjoy scenic river views, as well as a number of local breweries and craft beer and wine bars.
This large wetland sanctuary is equivalent to the USA 50 and creates a natural habitat for the Great Miami River and its tributaries into the Ohio River. The trail is open to the public and is a paved trail that follows the Ohio River in many places, but is also accessible on foot, by bike or even on horseback. Versailles State Park, another destination, is a 1.5 km walk along the river and waterfront network.