Newly-established Discover Southern Indiana has introduced a new Ice Cream Trail. The organization says the 250-mile trail extends through eight counties in southern Indiana and consists of 14 locally-owned ice cream shops.
The trail includes stops at Jiffy Treet in Greene County, Zax Creamery in Dubois County, and Six Scoops in Washington County, among others.
“The goal of Discover Southern Indiana is to promote tourism in our eight-county region,” said Radius Indiana Director of Tourism and Quality of Place Blaine Parker. “The Ice Cream Trail just launched in mid-July and is already outperforming our initial expectations. It’s proving that people want to get out and explore, and have fun doing so.”
Discover Southern Indiana was launched earlier this year by Bedford-based Radius Indiana, which calls it the first region-wide tourism drive of its kind. The organization says it promotes opportunities, attractions and events for tourists visiting Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Greene, Martin, Lawrence, Orange and Washington counties.
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