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Cheers to Patio Season!

Cheers to Patio Season!

Patio season is officially upon us! We can’t get enough of this warmer weather. With the sunshine, fresh air, and blooming flowers, it’s high time to hit the patio! Whether you’re digging into a full-blown meal, sharing some appetizers, or simply kicking back with a cocktail or coffee, Brown County has plenty of patios for […]

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Hiking Trip to Brown County from Sippin’ Sangria Travel Blog

Hiking Trip to Brown County from Sippin’ Sangria Travel Blog

We love it when people visit Brown County and enjoy it so much they write about it! Check out this fun guest blog post from our friends Lexa & Caroline at Sippin’ Sangria! Guest blog post & photography by Sippin’ Sangria Brown County State Park has been on our radar for years, and after taking […]

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Celebrate Mom the Brown County Way!

Celebrate Mom the Brown County Way!

Mother’s Day is right around the corner! What are you doing this year to show your mom how special she is? With shopping, art, outdoor adventure, live music, good food, great drinks, and so much more, here are just a few Brown County ways to make this Mother’s Day one to remember. Shop the Day […]

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Spring Break Season in Brown County!

Spring Break Season in Brown County!

The long-awaited Spring season is finally here, and odds are that we can all agree on one thing: It’s time for a break! If you’re considering last-minute Spring Break plans, Brown County, Indiana is the perfect family-friendly Midwest destination offering a little something for everyone. Explore the Village of Nashville With door to door businesses […]

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Brown County State Park Added to National Register

Brown County State Park Added to National Register

Guest Blog from Indiana DNR Press Release Brown County State Park’s recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places makes it the state’s largest historic district. Listing as a historic district recognizes an area that has a high degree of historical integrity in its buildings, structures, and landscapes. To be eligible, a district is […]

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