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The Weather in Brown County
Find the Brown County climate diagram. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is September.
See gorgeous Brown County with cabins
With plenty of wide open space, the large, traditional homes of Brown County are perfect for entire families to enjoy a trip to this charming and undisturbed part of Indiana. The region is perfect for experiencing unspoiled nature while staying close to the city.
Culture and history in Brown County
Cabin rentals in Brown County, Indiana, offer access to a number of historic towns dotted across Brown County, many sitting close to sprawling Brown County State Park. Nashville, sometimes referred to as "Little Nashville" to distinguish it from its big Tennessee sister, is a quaint little town with a strong artistic history.
The Brown County Art Colony was founded here, and Impressionist painter T. C. Steele once lived in the town. Browsing and buying at the art and antique galleries and shops is a great way to spend an afternoon here. Other county highlights include Scenic Waycross and the nature preserve at Mount Liberty. Alternatively, you can reach Indianapolis in an hour by car.
Special activities for the kids at Brown County
The state park is undoubtedly where children will have the most fun on a vacation in the county, and there are many family-friendly activities to enjoy there. The Nature Center is a great place for everyone to learn about the local wildlife, with snake exhibits and a birdwatching room. For those that want to make sure they don't miss a thing, the Nature Center offers a tape you can play in the car to learn more about this charming state park.
More active family members will enjoy horseriding through the forest, a truly unforgettable way to experience the local scenery. With a fishing license, you can also try to catch bass and other fish at Strahl Lake or Ogle Lake – a peaceful way to spend an afternoon if you're a little tired from hiking. Kids with an artistic flair will enjoy the shops and galleries back in Nashville, or may enjoy the line dancing at family-friendly Mike's Music & Dance Barn.
Explore Brown County State Park
For many, the draw to this picturesque corner of America is Brown County State Park, which offers around 16,000 acres of exquisite forestland to discover. There are special hiking and mountain biking trails for those looking to spend a few active afternoons exploring the park.
Discover the 90-foot fire tower and climb up for the best views of the surrounding parkland, and enjoy the pool at Abe Martin Lodge in the summer months. If you'd prefer to drive, the roads wind through several parts of the forest. Also, make sure to look out for special events at certain times of the year. At Halloween, for example, you can enjoy scaring yourself on the Trick or Treat Trail.
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