Does your pupster need a little adventure in their life? Then take them to Brown County State Park for some fun in the sun. As the largest State Park in Indiana, this place has plenty for your doggo to see and do. They will absolutely love it!
Since this area resembles the Great Smokey Mountains, people often refer to it as the "Little Smokeys." The park has over 18 miles of trails that wander throughout the pawperty. So if your canine pal loves to hike, this is the place to be. And since trails range from half a mile to 3.5 miles, you’re sure to find something that matches your pup’s athletic abilities.
For a quick stroll, hop on Trail 5 and follow it through the Ogle Nature Preserve.
This is a self-guided nature trail, so your pup can learn all about the local flora
and fauna. Need something longer? Take Trail 2 or Trail 10, both are a couple
miles in length. Wherever you hike, be sure to have plenty of water for both
you and your pupster. If your pup stays quiet, you may see a deer, raccoon, or
Brown County State Park is a woofderful place to spend a night or two. With over 400 campsites to choose from, you and your canine companion will definitely find a cozy spot to set up camp. Most sites have electrical hookups, but there are also some more primitive spots available. Restrooms and showers are located in the main campground.
Other park amenities
include mountain bike trails, tennis courts, playgrounds, open fields, and a
swimming pool. Do your part to keep this park clean by always
picking up after your pup. Be sure to bring clean-up bags, and water to share.
No bones about it, your doggo will love spending time in
Brown County State Park!