Tag: Ohio River
You may have noticed a strange, red glimmer shining from the Ohio River as you pass by at night. Though not a natural occurrence, the crimson hue emanating from the Big Four Bridge is a man-made phenomenon signaling hope, in light of the arrival of March.
It took 390 million years to transform the Falls of the Ohio into hundreds of acres of land filled with water, wildlife and captivating fossil beds. And in just two short years, the falls will experience another significant change inside its Interpretive Center that has welcomed school field trips and visitors from 93 countries over the last 18 years.
Boating is one of the best ways to savor the summer sun, and with the Ohio River close by, you can head down to the water just about any day of the week. We caught up with Chip Jaworski, general manager at Sea Ray of Louisville, to find out about the best ways to enjoy the water.