Description - 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.
Copyright: - Indiana Department of Natual Resources
Brown County State Park
- Brown County State Park is Indiana's largest state park. The hills, lakes and scenic vistas provide endless recreational and educational opportunities. The park is known for miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.
Recreation - Visitors to Brown County State Park can enjoy many recreational activities including; camping, biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, picnicking, scenic driving, and interpretive activities.
Climate - Visitors to this state can expect hot and humid summer days that often reach 90 degrees F in July and August. Summer nights bring little relief with an average temperature of 70. Winter can be extremely cold in this Midwestern state with a yearly average of 40 inches of snow and low temperatures dipping to negative 15 degrees F. Winter daytime highs average close to 40 degrees. Spring and fall are excellent times to visit Indiana spring brings blooming wildflowers and daytime highs of 65 degrees F. With falls mild temperatures the leaves in the forested southern regions of the state change to brilliant hues.
Brown County State Park is located in Brown County near Nashville, Indiana. Directions from Indianapolis: Take I-65 S., Take the IN-46 exit, EXIT 68, toward COLUMBUS/NASHVILLE/BLOOMINGTON, Merge onto IN-46 W toward NASHVILLE/BLOOMINGTON.