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Day 1 in Nashville, Brown County

For such a small town (relatively speaking), there is an awful lot to do in Nashville, Indiana. I daresay it’s one of the most efficiently packed towns in the entire state. And there’s something for everyone to do there. There’s Read more >

Zipping along in Indiana

Ziplining is Indiana’s newest extreme sport! These rural courses offer a bird’s eye view of Indiana’s beautiful landscape. Strapped securely to a pulley on a cable above your head it’s high-flying fun! As friends and I have recently experienced at Read more >

More November Fun in Brown County

While the lines of traffic and herds of fall foliage seekers may have packed up and fled Brown County at the end of October, next weekend presents a great opportunity to visit this always beautiful area of Indiana. With so much Read more >

What Inspires You?

What inspires an artist? For Amy Greely, jewelry-maker and owner of Amy Greely Studio, she says nature is her main inspiration in her work. Greely takes her love for nature and creates simple, modern designs with a splash of playfulness. Read more >

The Peak of the Leaves in Brown County

Brown County has long been known for its beautiful Fall foliage and the wonderful picturesque outlooks you can find all over the county. With 170,000 acres of forest in the county, you can see plenty of reds, golds, oranges, and Read more >

2011 Leaf Cams – Watch the Color!

Hankering to see the leaves change? Check out these 2011 leaf cams: Spring Mill State Park, Mitchell Brown County State Park Harrison County, Corydon Purdue University Know of another leaf cam that didn’t make the list? Add it via the Read more >

Brown County’s 2011 Leaf Cam

Visit Indiana isn’t doing a Leaf Cam this year – however, you can check out our Tour | Taste | Traditions site for great ideas about things to do in the fall – but you can still watch the leaves Read more >