Ask almost any Greenwood RV Rentals & Sales staff member about their favorite place to camp in Indiana during the fall months, and it’s likely our responses might just be the same: Brown County, Indiana. But what is it about this southern Indiana county that makes a fall getaway so appealing? Let us give you the scoop.
About Brown County
Brown County is located less than an hour south of our location in Greenwood, IN. It’s an easy drive for anyone wanting to get out of the Indianapolis or Carmel area without having to drive a long distance. Part of the county is covered by the Brown County State Park—a beautiful forested area that looks its best as the leaves display their autumnal glory. You can take a hike, enjoy a canoe ride, and set up your RV rental for a relaxing stay in one of the state’s best parks.
In addition to the outdoor recreation and adventure found within the park, you can find a number of other ways to explore, relax, and reconnect in Brown County. You can:
- Go shopping at local boutiques, antique shops, and art galleries.
- Attend live music at one of the area’s many venues.
- Sample sweets and treats from local vendors.
- Go horseback riding.
- Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at a local winery.
- And more
Brown County certainly has something for everyone.
Our first recommendation for camping in the Brown County area would be the state park. That way, you can take advantage of everything the park has to offer and enjoy the forest setting. Plus, the campground itself has plenty of amenities and over 400 electric sites for your motorhome or pop-up camper rental. However, the park tends to be a popular destination that books up quickly, so you can also look into private campgrounds in the area.
Greenwood RV Rentals & Sales is located only about 50 minutes north of Brown County, and we can set you up with just the right RV to fit your needs. We have fully stocked motorhomes, travel trailers, and pop-up campers that make camping easier and more enjoyable. To find out more or to get a quote, contact our staff today at (317) 413-0817.
“Brown County State Park.” Web page. IN.gov. Website. Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Web. 12 Sept. 2017.