Getting There

FROM THE NORTH
Indianapolis and surrounding communities:
Take I-65S to the Columbus exit (#68) at SR 46. Go west on SR 46 and follow for about 14 miles. Two miles west of Gnaw Bone, turn right on Old SR 46 (across from the North Entrance to Brown County State Park). Go 1/2 mile and veer to the right onto Clay Lick Rd. Camp is 2 miles further.
 
FROM THE SOUTH
Take I-65N to the Columbus exit (#68) at SR 46. Go west on SR 46 and follow for about 14 miles. Two miles west of Gnaw Bone, turn right on Old SR 46 (across from the North Entrance to Brown County State Park). Go 1/2 mile and veer to the right onto Clay Lick Rd. Camp is 2 miles further.
 
FROM THE EAST
Columbus and surrounding communities:
Take SR 46W to 14 miles west of the I-65 interchange to Old SR 46 (across from the North Entrance to Brown County State Park) and turn right. Go 1/2 mile and veer to the right onto Clay Lick Road. Camp is 2 miles further.
 
FROM THE WEST
Bloomington and surrounding communities:
Take SR 46E through Nashville (watch for right turn at stoplight) to Old SR 46 (across from the North Entrance to Brown County State Park) and turn left. Go 1/2 mile and veer to the right onto Clay Lick Road. Camp is 2 miles further.

 

Nearby Attractions
RESTAURANTS

Have a cherry coke at HobNob Corner. Lots of choices, from Quaff On to Sweetea. Replenish your strength, then...leisurely browse through the quaint shops of Nashville, Indiana

 

SHOPPING

Shopping in Brown County Indiana can be a delightful adventure.

In the shops of Little Nashville, the experienced shopper can find original watercolor paintings, sculptures, toys from yesterday, stained glass art, solid wood furniture, wood carvings, metal sculptures, pewter, handblown glass, custom jewelry, interesting clothing, wind chimes and custom bird lodging.

 

Brown County State Park

Brown County State Park is located in the United States in the center of the southern half of the state of Indiana. The park is the largest of 24 state parks in Indiana, and occupies 15,776 acres —making it one of the larger state parks in the United States

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