There are hiking trails to suit all ages and abilities within Brown County State Park. Spend the day exploring some of the area's hidden delights, before returning to Brown County State Park cabins for a good night's sleep.
The Ogle Hollow nature preserve trail takes you on a short hike from the Rally Campground through a forest of Yellowwood trees, a rare and endangered native plant.
This trail takes you over Taylor Ridge and into the adjacent valley, following the path of a stream to bring hikers back to the Brown County State Park cabins and campgrounds.
A gentle but longer hike of around three miles along the wooded shores of the picturesque Ogle Lake.
A challenging 3.5 miles trail which takes in some of the of most impressive viewpoints in Brown County State Park including Hesitation Point, for stunning views at any time of year.
Get away from it all and take the family away for a relaxing and rejuvenating break in Brown County State Park. These are a few of the unique and unusual activities on offer:
If you have a sense of adventure, then perhaps the best view in Brown County State Park is from the top of the fire tower. The climb to the top is not for the faint-hearted but the view is well worth the effort.
Make sure you take the family to the Brown County State Park nature center, where you can learn more about the native flora and fauna, as well as seeing examples of the rare timber rattlesnake.
Take a hike up to Hesitation Point or one of the other viewpoints in time for sunset - or if you can get up in time, to see the sun rise.
Brown County State Park is made for exploring on horseback. Take a guided horseback tour or, if you are an experienced rider, set out on your own to explore the 70 miles of horse trails throughout the park.
Spend a relaxing few hours cooling off in the indoor Water Park at the Brown County State Park hotel or swim a few lengths in the outdoor Olympic-sized pool