The quaint artists' colony of Nashville, Indiana, is a destination for five million
midwest families each year. They come for entertainment, arts & outdoor recreation, even in the middle of winter!
The Brown County Playhouse hosts live entertainment and first run movies.
The Ten O'Clock Line Hiking Trail (20 mile marked trail) runs
between Yellowwood Lake and the Fire Tower in
Brown County State Park.
This trail can be hiked most of the year including winter months.
Visiters will enjoy hob nobbing with the local wildlife and winter migratory birds.
Mountain bikers enjoy miles of great trails and events almost every weekend.
With such close proximity to Yellowwood State Forest,
T.C. Steele State Historic Site, Monroe
Reservoir, Morgan-Monroe State Forest, McCormick's Creek State Park
and Indiana University, Nashville's visitors enjoy a
wide variety of acivities in the hills of southern Indiana, not the least
of which is browsing the quaint Nashville Indiana antique, arts & crafts shops.
Although downhill skiing is no longer available in Brown County,
Paoli Peaks is just a
short drive south, near the newly renovated, historic
French Lick & West Baden Springs.
Cross country skiing is great fun at Gnaw Bone Camp when weather permits.
Snowball Matches at Paintball Valley are worth the trip.
Zip lines have come to the wooded hills of Brown. Xplore Brown County and Rawhide Ranch now host zippers.
Combine your trip to an
IU basketball game in
Bloomington, Indiana, with a week-end in Brown County.
Fall and winter sports events, IU Theatre & Music events combine with Holiday shopping in Little Nashville.
National champion Indiana Cream & Crimson soccer matches are a blast. IU leads the
nation in soccer attendance and it is party not to be missed!
In the winter months, enjoy snowy hikes in Brown County State Park...then, warm up in a hot tub.