April 19 – April 22 Nashville, Indiana

April 26, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

Brown County State Park

Another long - uneventful drive as we make our way north. Arriving at the park, we were amazed – really amazed – at how HUGE this place is!! 16,000 acres…………it’s Indiana’s largest state park. We had a perfect site nestled in the woods and the place was full to the brim with excited campers…..


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The park is nicknamed the “Little Smokies”, boasting stunning views of rolling hills. Looking out over the tree tops, we both said it looked like the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Dogwood trees are just starting to bloom and man are they beautiful!!!!

The nearby town of Nashville is the cutest!! It has neat little shops and restaurants to visit, up and down the main street. Good thing we have NO ROOM to buy anything – LOL!!!

This was our 2nd visit to this area. We had friends to visit that we knew in Northern Virginia many years ago – Mark/Lenny Turney, and a retired Navy friend – Roger Seeley, that we met through our days with the MINI Cooper club and he happened to be stationed in San Diego when we lived there. They live within 40 minutes of our campground so we enjoyed good food, some adult beverages, storytelling, and lots of laughs…..


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