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Warsaw, KY 41095

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"Conveniently located between Louisville and Cincinnati off I-71, there is plenty to do in the surrounding area of Smugglers Cove Marina. Including casual and fine dining, casinos, wineries and much more". 

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There is Plenty to do and see, when you stay with us.


The Swiss Wine Festival was the brain-child of a few local business leaders who wanted to give a little something back to the community in which they lived. They also wanted to provide local clubs and organizations with a venue to raise money for their projects. The festival was able to do both. It became an event that not only gave the community a chance to get together and have some fun, but it also provided an opportunity for outsiders to get a better view of what a great community we have in Vevay, In.

The first Swiss Wine Festival was held in 1968. It had a flea market on the Courthouse lawn, grape stomping, and steintossen. Six years and many thousands of people later, the festival was proclaimed “too big” and was discontinued. A local event called “The Patchwork Fair” took its place for five years.


The festival was reborn in 1979 as the “Swiss Alpine Festival” with emphasis on family involvement, a fenced-in festival site, and an admission charge. A clean, safe, and popular new festival was begun. The Alpine theme included a Swiss Costume contest, the blowing of the Alp horn, a parade, arts and crafts exhibits, and polka dancing. A tour of historic homes was also held.


A few years later, the community decided to once again pay homage to its winemaking history and added a “Wine Tent” featuring Indiana wineries. The festival was called the “Swiss Wine Festival” again.


In 1997, the Festival was held for the first time in the Paul W. Ogle Riverfront Park. In addition to traditional events, it features a fireworks display over the river, a chartered paddle wheeler for riverboat cruises, and a duck race.



Whether you're taking a swing at unlimited balls on the driving range, tracking your distance on a GPS enabled golf cart or cooling off at the end of your round with a cold towel, it’s easy to see why this is one of the best public golf courses in the region.

Designed by legend Tom Fazio, this world-class championship course was ranked in the top 20 casino golf courses in the U.S. by Golfweek. Created to highlight the natural surroundings, winding through lakes and over 2,200 trees, the par 71 course challenges players with water hazards and bunkers set amidst the beautiful rolling hills.




Belterra is Indiana’s premier gambling boat casino with two floors of the newest and most exciting slot machines and table games. Plus with exciting new side bets you can see why people from Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Lexington choose Belterra every time. Our dealers greet you with a smile, and cocktails are served with an extra splash of charm. We’ve got the variety, we’ve got the energy, and we’ve got the action: you bring the luck and love of riverboat casino gaming.


Madison Regatta Incorporated, is a group of volunteers who's mission is present Historic Madison, Indiana as a world class event host.

Our 65 years of experience and traditional small town values shine in our presentation. We showcase our country, military, local groups, schools, businesses, sponsors, faith based groups, and the racing teams that travel from all over the world to entertain our fans and showcase their sponsors.

We host events throughout the week annually including, a golf scramble, beauty pageant, street dance, waterball fight, bed race, rubber duck regatta, beach volleyball tournament, beach wrestling, and music on the river.

The entire community of Historic Madison, Clifty Falls State Park, and the Hanover College Campus are always a must see while you are here.To learn more about the community of Historic Madison go to VisitMadison.org