Hot Spot Nashville-min

Brown County State Park Campground is Indiana’s largest park located in the quaint little village of Nashville. 

Nashville is a known for being a hot spot for romantic getaways and is packed with unique distilleries, hundreds of unique craft, antique, and specialty shops, awesome music, and lots of art and theater venues. 

There are countless reasons we chose Brown County State Park Campground and Nashville, Indiana as our Road Adventures Hot Spot. Read below to learn more!


Bear Wallow Distillery

Bear Wallow Distillery makes handcrafted artisan spirits using 100% Indiana grains. Come take their “Farm-to-Fifth” Tour (starting at the top of each hour), sample their spirits, try a Moonshine Shake-up Cocktail and shop their Indiana Made Gift Shop for unique gift items.


Brown County Playhouse

Brown County Playhouse has a diverse array of programming – live music, special events, plays, and movies. Check the website for the latest on what is happening at the Playhouse.


Zoo’Opolis Bird Park

Zoo’Opolis is an interactive Bird Park. Have you ever wanted to interact with a Parrot or an Owl? Well you can here! Your experience could include hand feeing, cuddling, walking, or taking selfies with beautiful exotic birds. Feel free to hang out with our fascinating birds in any way that your heart desires. Our exotic birds love to play with you!


Urban Grub

In a City known for putting up platinum food as well as platinum records, Nashville has a bounty of restaurant options but none as unique, exciting and diverse as Urban Grub. Stuffy upscale is out…. Ethnic, healthy, casual and pick-up is in which makes Urban Grub the next big star on the Nashville dining scene. The Menu is a combination of southern traditions with a “flavored up tweak,” Fresh fish and seafood, fresh shucked oysters , smoked and grilled meats and vegetables, cantina style handhelds. A great place for sampling and sharing, with our evolving menu you will always find something new to try at Urban Grub.

Brown County State Park Campground

Nicknamed the “Little Smokies” because of the area’s resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains, Brown County encompasses nearly 16,000 acres of rugged hills, ridges and fog-shrouded ravines. Glaciers from the most recent ice ages stopped short of the “hills o’ Brown,” but their meltwaters helped create the narrow ridges, steep slopes and deep gullies of Brown County State Park. Indiana’s largest park is a traditional fall color hot spot, with nearly 20 miles of tree-lined roads and many scenic vistas overlooking miles of uninterrupted forestland.

 Large campgrounds, hiking and mountain biking trails, interpretive services, a saddle barn for guided horse rides and a separate horseman campground with 70 miles of horse trails are some of the things that make Brown County State Park popular year-round.