For Southern Indiana, refusing to let go of the past has been its greatest resolution. Nestled between the rolling, tree-covered hills that spill over from Northern Kentucky, many small Hoosier towns have pleasantly stuck to their 19th century roots. With the right mix of history, beauty, modern attractions and entertainment, Southern Indiana keeps groups coming back year after year.
Lawrenceburg serves as a logical starting point for a trip down the Ohio River Scenic Byway. Just a half hour west of Cincinnati, the town is home to the 3,000-slot Hollywood Casino and Hotel. The casino offers free gambling credit to groups of 25 or more, and can build custom discount deals in conjunction with other area attractions.