Brown County State Park RV & Campground Guide


You can find this gorgeous gem in Nashville, IN. Brown County State Park is Indiana’s largest park and encompasses nearly 16,000 acres of rocky hills, ridges, and ravines. It is nicknamed the “Little Smokies” because of the area’s resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains. The meltwaters from glaciers in the most recent ice ages helped create the narrow ridges, steep slopes and deep gullies of Brown County. The tree-lined roads lead to many scenic viewpoints overlooking miles of uninterrupted forestland. Large campgrounds, hiking and mountain biking trails, 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.

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Spring 33-76 F
Summer 61-85 F
Fall 44-79 F
Winter 19-42 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Brown County State Park

The battle will forever rage on, tent camping vs. RV camping. If wilderness nightlife isn’t for you, you should consider renting an RV with RVshare.com. There is an RV perfectly designed for every nature adventure seeker out there. RVing is the most loved way to travel the U.S. state parks because they offer you better protection, a better night’s sleep and better eating when you can store your favorites in an RV. You will be ready to tackle each day’s adventures, whatever they bring.

Brown County State Park has hundreds of campsites for every level of camping. RV full hookup sites start at $30 per night. The park campsites do fill up quickly through the summer months, but there are many to choose from nearby.

Last Resort RV Park and Campground

At the Last Resort you're only minutes away from fine dining, 18-hole public golf course, art and craft shops, museums, live entertainment and theater. There's always something to do and see in scenic Brown County. Nightly rates for an RV site start at $45 per day.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: picnic tables, showers, playground, visitor center, convenience store, swimming pool

eXplore Brown County

eXplore Brown County campground is a shaded, secluded, wooded area within the facility. This campground has activities for all ages and adventure seekers. From ziplining, to ATV tours and rentals and paintball. There are a number of primitive and full hookup campsites allowing room for all sizes of RV’s, campers, tents, and camping styles. Nightly rates for an RV site with electric and water start at $28 per day and a full hook up site is $30 per day.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: no

  • Other amenities: picnic tables, showers, playground, visitor center, convenience store, swimming pool

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What to Do at
Brown County State Park

Inside Brown County State Park

Brown County is truly a sight to see year-round, so you can’t go wrong planning your visit for any month of the year. With miles upon miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding, swimming, and even ice fishing excursions will have you planning your next visit before you even leave. Other than the obvious exploring, here are the top five adventures you must do at Brown County:

  • Climb the 90’ Fire Tower for a breathtaking view of the Hills O’ Brown.

  • See the rare, state-endangered Yellowwood tree on Trail 5.

  • Visit the nature center to see the rare, state-endangered timber rattlesnake.

  • Jump in the Water Park pool, newly constructed at Abe Martin Lodge.

  • Watch a sunrise or sunset from a vista.

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How to Get to
Brown County State Park

Brown County State Park

P.O. Box 608

Nashville, Indiana 47448

*It is important to note that RVs and vehicles towing trailers must use West Gate Entrance (off S.R. 46, west of Nashville).

Entering Brown County State Park

Many state parks have parking or entrance fees. Here are the basics on Brown County entrance fees:

Brown County State Park Pedestrians : $2.0

Includes bicyclists and those on horseback

Brown County State Park Residents : $7.0

Brown County State Park Non-residents : $9.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Brown County State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Brown County State Park?

The summertime is fantastic in Southern Indiana. The weather is warm, and the lakes and rivers are cool. There are plenty of shaded trails and picnic areas to enjoy. Winter is a great time for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing in the park.

What is the climate of Brown County State Park?

The climate in Brown County State Park is moderate during the fall and spring. The summer can get very hot and humid, and the winter regularly gets below freezing with significant snow accumulation.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Brown County State Park?

Brown County State Park is host to an array of wildlife including bears, coyotes, foxes, deer, and snakes. The park features vast grassland and prairies that are home to various types of wildflowers and trees.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Brown County State Park?

Brown County State Park has over 350 sites designated for RVs with electrical and water hookups. They are arranged in loops around the park. RVs must enter the park from the west entrance.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Brown County State Park and what is the cost?

No, you do not have to reserve a camping spot in the park. It is strongly recommended that you do, though. You can reserve spots online, in person, or on the phone. Fees range from $23 to $33 per night.