Introduction to Sellersburg, Indiana
Sellersburg, Indiana, in Clark county, is 10 miles N of Louisville, Kentucky. Part of the surrounding Louisville metro area, the town is not isolated. Sellersburg is home to some 6,071 residents.
The town of Sellersburg was established in the early 1800s, and was named after its founder, Moses Sellers. In the early 1980s, a regional airport base called Clark Regional Airport was built to handle small private aircrafts. In 1994, Fuzzy Zoeller, a local PGA golfer, opened Covered Bridge Golf Club, which he had designed. He used it to host pro-celebrity golf tournaments and to raise money for local charity.
Sellersburg and Nearby Attractions
- Conway Fire Museum
- Deam Lake State Recreation Area
- Corydon Capitol Historic Site
- Cathedral Gardens
- Louisville Zoo
Things To Do In Sellersburg
Corydon Capitol Historic Site, Locust Grove, Callahan Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind, and Conrad-Caldwell House Museum are located nearby. Covered Bridge Golf Club offers opportunities to play golf. Other places of interest are Cathedral Gardens, Louisville Zoo, Squire Boone Caverns Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, and Yew Dell Gardens.
Louisville International-Standiford Field is nearby.
Sellersburg Higher Education
The closest colleges to Sellersburg include Ivy Tech Community College - South Central, Bellarmine University, and Hanover College.