The Southern Indiana counties of Clark and Floyd, just across the Ohio River from Louisville, are home to a wide variety of gorgeous natural territory for visitors to explore. Now, a new Scenic SoIN digital passport offers even more incentive to spend a little time getting to know this stunning part of the state. And with Hoosier fall foliage quickly nearing peak viewing, there’s no better time to make a trip.

Falls of the Ohio State ParkFree to download, the Scenic SoIN passport encourages visits to beautiful outdoor spots throughout the region. After 10 check-ins, pass holders can receive a creative print from SoIN graphic designer and illustrator Matthew Clinard that highlights several of the featured passport destinations.

Scenic SoIN passport poster printEach check-in also earns visitors an entry into the SoIN Ultimate Outdoor Adventure grand prize drawing to be held in spring 2024. The enviable prize package includes a one-night stay at Stone Creek Cabin, clay shooting at the Sporting Club at the Farm, and gift cards to the Woods ATV Adventures and the Bicycle Station.

Hubers Orchard vineyardThe passport stops lead visitors on an idyllic journey across some of the most spectacular sights SoIN has to offer, from the 390 million-year-old fossil beds at the Falls of the Ohio State Park and Huber Orchard’s lovely vineyards to the Knobstone Trail (the longest hiking path in the state) and the majestic homes that line New Albany’s historic Mansion Row.

Culbertson Mansion, New AlbanyThe Scenic SoIN digital passport provides easy access to the complete list of participating locations right from your smartphone, and check-ins are open all year long. To sign up, just go to to create a login, and you’ll be off and adventuring!