With Nearly 16,000 Acres To Explore, Indiana’s Largest State Park Is Worthy Of A Multi-Day Adventure
It’s no secret that Brown County State Park is thought to be the single most beautiful state park in Indiana – if not the most beautiful place in the entire state, period. Not only is it the largest state park in Indiana, coming in at an impressive 16,000 acres in size, but it’s also one of the most beloved, and it’s easy to understand why: it’s nothing short of awe-inspiring, and it’s so gigantic that you’ll absolutely need a day or two (or 14) to explore it all. Come check out the legendary Brown County State Park and investigate every inch of it for… well… as long as it takes:
Have you ever stayed at Brown County State Park for more than just one day? Tell us about your experience – including your favorite parts of the park – in the comments!
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