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After reading negative reviews from 2020, I was hesitant that they were true. That all of the critters from Louisville flock to this area. That wasn’t entirely untrue. This place is absolutely great for people watching, but expect the quiet time hours to not be enforced and a large number of dogs…
The fire tower is the trail head for a hiking only loop called the sycamore trail. It’s not very long but follows a small creek and has some elevation changes
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We keep our camper here full-time. Close to Lake Monroe. Nice pool. Great people.
We stopped by Brown County State Park for one night during our travels. This was our first visit and stopped here on a whim. We were very pleased with what the park had to offer. The campground area is very large. Several hundred sites spread out over miles of rolling hills. This place offers…
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We loved this spot in Brown County. Far enough away from town to be peaceful but close enough to be convenient. Riley has made a great spot to camp and relax. We were able to make it to Lake Lemon quickly as well as Bloomington and downtown beautiful Nashville! I would 100% recommend. I must add…
This is my HipCamp so full disclosure:
We have 3 sites that back up to Yellowwood State Forest and can accommodate tents, vans, and trailers under 12ft.
We are very close to the Brown County frisbee golf course as well as the brown county state park where mountain biking and hiking is top…
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This is a very nice campground with hood clean sites. Several pull throughs available. A lake to fish in, and a nice pool. Very friendly staff. Kids playground.
Two Rivers is a smallish campground adjacent to a park. The bathrooms were clean and the hosts were pleasant. There are cement pads and plenty of pull though sites. It suited our needs perfectly as a stop over.
Rolled into this area for water and found two free campgrounds next to the river with a large park for the dogs to play in. A pretty solid spot except you don’t have much privacy. Other than that would definitely recommend for a night or two.
Honestly coming in, we were a little suspicious because it doesn’t seem like a RV park and since we didn’t have anything to reference we kept going.
We found an empty site just across from the playground but we camped in the car. There is water hookup, a fire pit, and electrical outlets, and…
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Im not a huge fan of not having water access at the site but overall I recommend!
Open spacious plots with electrical access but no water at the specific sites! The area also has a bathroom and a gatehouse.
The area is only open in June and in September because of hunting season and their are…
My daughter and I camped a few nights in a site right on the water. The first morning we woke up to a beautiful sunrise over the lake. The nights were still chilly, so there were very few campers. The bathrooms and showers were clean. We will definitely be going back to this jewel of a…
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Rustic in a level, spacious kind of way. We were nervous about bottoming in the dry creek bed on way to Walnut Grove area, but no problem. Great stay. 20' Ford Transit ModVan. One bar with cell booster.
This is more of an area for the RVS and members of the animal teams than it is for actual camping or parking an RV. This is used only when the fair is in town, not an all year staying ground. There’s no electric or water access at the grounds to my knowledge since the grounds aren’t for regular…
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Very pretty view of the riverfront! The campground was a little hard to find because it’s hidden behind an actual park but once we found it, we found that each campground had a picnic table BUT not every site had water and electric outlets. This area looks like it hasn’t been taken care of in a…
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