Located in the beautiful hills of Brown County off Highway 46, you will especially enjoy the variety offered in Indiana's largest state park, including nearly 20 miles of roads, with numerous scenic vistas.
Comfortable accommodations at the rustic Abe Martin Lodge, large campgrounds, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, interpretive services, and extensive horse riding facilities are some of the things that make Brown County State Park popular year round.
Nearby Nashville, Indiana, features quaint specialty shops, art galleries, entertainment and historic homes. A visit to T.C. Steele State Historic Site or Yellowwood State Forest make your visit complete.
Activities and Facilities
Nature Center / Interpretive Naturalist Services
Bridle Trails / Saddle Barn, www.browncountysaddlebarn.com
(with escorted rides: (812) 988-8166 )
Fishing / Ice Fishing
Mountain Bike Trails
Brown County Mountain Bike Trails
"Bike" magazine says Brown County SP trails among best on continent.
Swimming / Pool
RVs Use West Gate
Electric / 401 sites
Non-Electric / 28 sites
Rally / 60 sites
Horsemen's - Entrance off 135 South
Electric / 118 sites
Non-Electric / 86 sites
Youth Tent Areas
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