Jeffersonville is a city in Southern Indiana, and of all cities in this region, it is most likely the one with the fewest "hicks
". While it does have many cornfields, downtown Jeffersonville is actually a nice place to spend the day. There is an amazing view of the Ohio River and Louisville, Kentucky. I wouldn't quite call it a tourist destination, but if you were going somewhere and Jeffersonville was on the way, you might want to stop there if you have a bit of extra time. The majority of people there are very nice and know much history about both the region itself and most of the world. Sadly, along with many other Southern cities in Indiana, the "hick
" stereotype is often addressed to Jeffersonville. However, you have to go up a bit farther to find "hicks
". That said, you won't find many around here--it's just like any other small city; some people are ungodly intelligent, and others aren't. Some people have obnoxious heavy southern accents...most don't. Some people are complete imbaciles...and again, most aren't.
Jeffersonville has some nice local restaraunts, especially downtown. So if you happen to be traveling and need something amazing to eat with fair prices, you're in the right place.
If you happen to be moving to Jeffersonville, don't be discouraged just because it happens to be in Indiana. There is actually lots of nice h...