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Life In Perry County, Indiana

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On the banks of the Ohio River, you'll see why remote workers love to "Pick Perry."

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Population

19,316

Internet Speed Rating

2123 Mbps

Closest Airport

Louisville International Airport • 73 mi

Weather (High/Low)

87 / 40

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)

$163,068

Perry County : FUN FACT

Perry County makes for excellent hiking and mountain biking. It is the hilliest county as well as one of the most forested counties in Indiana as it features more than 60,000 acres of Hoosier National Forest.

Awards & Press

Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School Named a 2023 School of Excellence by ACT’s American College Application Campaign

Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School Named a 2023 School of Excellence

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Elizabeth Harpenau Honored with 2024 CTE Awards of Excellence at Perry Central High School

Elizabeth Harpenau Honored with 2024 CTE Awards of Excellence at Perry Central High School

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Perry County, Indiana is a unique and special place, known for its rich natural resources and strong sense of community. Located in the southern part of the state, the county boasts the Hoosier National Forest, which covers over 200,000 acres and provides a variety of recreational activities, including hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting. The county is also home to several rivers, including the Ohio River, which provides opportunities for boating and fishing. In addition, the county is rich in coal and limestone, which have been important resources for the county's economy throughout its history.


One of the things that makes Perry County special is the strong sense of community that exists here. The county is home to several small towns and communities, each with its own unique history and culture. Tell City is the largest city and the county seat, and is known for its historic architecture and vibrant downtown. Other notable communities in the county include Troy, Leopold, and Rome. Each of these towns has its own unique history and culture, and many residents take pride in the traditions and customs of their community.


Perry county is home to a variety of local businesses that reflect the county's unique blend of history and modernity. For instance, it has a brewery that serves locally sourced ingredients, a traditional butcher shop, or an artisanal chocolate store. The county also has several farmers' markets where local farmers and vendors sell fresh, locally grown produce and other products.

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