Harrison County, Indiana capitol aerial shot

Rural living with access to urban amenities.

Harrison County, Indiana is one of the region’s most historic communities. With a mixture of industries, Harrison County has the best of both worlds for rural living and easy access to urban amenities. Corydon, Harrison County’s largest town, is Indiana’s original state capital and is a vibrant community with a variety of activities, attractions, and opportunities for families and visitors. The county is one of Indiana’s fastest-growing communities but still boasts a strong inventory of available land and property.

Harrison County has strategically developed large areas of land within a short drive of one of the nation’s hubs for logistics, UPS Worldport. Lanesville Business Park is located directly off I-64, is zoned for light manufacturing and distribution, is less than 20 minutes from UPS Worldport, and has available sites ready for development.

Fall scene of capitol dome in Harrison County, Kentucky

The largest employers in the county include Caesars Casino, Martinrea, Harrison County Hospital, and Lucas Oil Products. Harrison County’s agrarian roots have translated into a strong and skilled workforce with an above-average workforce participation rate. Additionally, businesses have partnered with the Harrison County School system to promote career-readiness and train students for in-demand jobs.

Harrison County by the Numbers

Harrison County

Harrison County

Harrison County20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$1,082,923,058$1,402,282,31929.5%
Median Household Income$63,586
Per Capita Income$30,288
Poverty Level8.4%
Unemployment Rate2.1%
Labor Force Participation Rate65.8%
Average Commute Time31.4
Number of Remote Workers723
Percent of Remote Workers4.2%
Education: Less than 9th Grade1,097592-46.0%
Education: 9-12th Grade2,4412,071-15.2%
Education: High School Diploma11,42911,8763.9%
Education: Some College6,0265,889-2.3%
Education: Associate's Degree2,0432,1525.3%
Education: Bachelor's Degree2,6353,68139.7%
Education: Graduate Degree and Higher1,3111,80637.8%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.5%
Median House Value$169,400
Median Rent$820
Percent Occupied Housing Units86.4%
Greater Louisville Region

Greater Louisville Region

Greater Louisville Region20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$69,126,603,887$106,360,978,85053.9%
Median Household Income$71,033
Per Capita Income$34,919
Poverty Level7.6%
Unemployment Rate3.5%
Labor Force Participation Rate62.4%
Average Commute Time27.0
Number of Remote Workers59,276
Percent of Remote Workers6.9%
Education: Less than 9th Grade41,82628,187-32.6%
Education: 9-12th Grade84,22666,209-21.4%
Education: High School Diploma312,017315,9451.3%
Education: Some College219,747230,8315.0%
Education: Associate's Degree71,75896,30134.2%
Education: Bachelor's Degree146,043192,02231.5%
Education: Graduate Degree or Higher93,667123,66032.0%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.3%
Median House Value$178,593
Median Monthly Rent$847
Percent Occupied Housing Units90.1%
United States

United States

United States20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$15,912,802,819,300$24,767,834,615,60055.6%
Median Household Income$69,021
Per Capita Income$37,638
Poverty Level8.9%
Unemployment Rate3.6%
Labor Force Participation Rate62.7%
Average Commute Time26.8
Number of Remote Workers15,061,684
Percent of Remote Workers9.7%
Education: Less than 9th Grade12,837,12310,919,561-14.9%
Education: 9-12th Grade17,391,41714,341,868-17.5%
Education: High School Diploma58,751,74060,598,8613.1%
Education: Some College44,359,41245,588,2612.8%
Education: Associate's Degree16,032,80720,324,52126.8%
Education: Bachelor's Degree37,281,93347,929,73328.6%
Education: Graduate Degree or Higher22,125,35330,620,66438.4%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.2%
Median House Value$244,900
Median Monthly Rent$1,163
Percent Occupied Housing Units88.8%