Ripley County, Indiana is home to two covered bridges: Busching Covered Bridge and Otter Creek Bridge. The Busching Bridge, near Versailles at the Versailles State Park entrance, was built in 1885. Otter Creek Bridge, near Holton, was built in 1884. The bridges are listed on the Ripley County Map. Contact the Ripley County Tourism Bureau for more information 812-689-7431.
Retrace the steps of infamous John Hunt Morgan’s raid through Indiana, the only Civil War battles in the state. Relive the times as you travel through Ripley and six other Indiana counties. Maps available at the Ripley County Tourism Office/ Welcome Center, 220 East U.S. 50, Versailles.
Enjoy all seasons of the year driving the back roads of Ripley County. The paved roads will take you through peaceful countryside adorned by nature and into small towns where you can stretch your legs or check into an inn or B&B for the night. Stop by the Ripley County Tourism Bureau Office, 220 East U.S. 50, Versailles, for a map.
Built in the late 1870s and 1880s, Ripley County is home to many stone arch bridges. Ripley County is one of very few counties that still have handcrafted stone arch bridges in use. They are located on a 4-color Ripley County map provided by the Ripley County Commissioners. The maps are available in many county offices, as well as at the Ripley County Welcome Center, 220 E. U.S. 50, Versailles, Indiana.
Call Ripley County Tourism Bureau at 812-689-7431.