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Hibernation is over…it’s officially spring break season! After a long winter and solid stretch of school days, we bet the kiddos (and you) are begging for a vacation. Don’t want to spend your spring break at home, but don’t really want to trek halfway across the country? A trip to Brown County is the perfect solution.
Besides being a good drivable distance, Brown County has tons of fun things for the family to enjoy. From outdoor adventure and an indoor water park to sweet treats and endless places to burn off some energy, the kiddos are sure to give Brown County two thumbs up!
What could make spring break-ing in Brown County even better? Some awesome places to stay, of course! Read on to discover our top spring break lodging suggestions.
A spring break trip to Brown County wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the big, beautiful Brown County State Park! Totaling around 16,000 acres, it’s the largest state park in Indiana. Hike, mountain bike, go horseback riding, go fishing, go kayaking, and swim. You can even spend the night there!
That’s right, the Abe Martin Lodge inside the State Park has inn-style guest rooms, two-story family cabins, primitive cabins, and comfy cabin suites. Cozy and full of Brown County character, the Abe Martin Lodge puts you close to all the outdoor action. It’s pretty darn relaxing too!
The Abe Martin Lodge also has a full-service restaurant, spacious lounge areas, fireplaces, a gift shop, and scenic outdoor patios. Of course, the coolest part about the lodge is the indoor water park! The kids will love the 12,000-square-foot aquatic center, which includes a zero-entry pool, water slides, water basketball and volleyball, and a ten-person whirlpool with a waterfall.
Between playing in the pool and hiking in the hills, the kids are sure to be entertained for hours!
Speaking of pools, Brown County has a handful of other lodging properties with pools. Aside from the fun water park in the Abe Martin Lodge, there are some other great indoor options for this time of year. Check out Hotel Nashville, Quality Inn, and the Brown County Inn for some splishin’ and splashin’. Brown County Inn even has a playground area and mini golf course.
There also are some places with outdoor pools (including a few cabins) to put in your memory bank for when you come back to visit in the summer. Click here to learn more about all our lodging properties with pools!
Another great option for spring break is renting a family cabin! You’ll be able to enjoy your own privacy with plenty of space for the kids to play. With close to 200 cabins and cottages in the county, you’re sure to find the perfect Brown County oasis for your crew.
Featuring warm fireplaces inside, spacious decks outside, fire pits for making s’mores, hot tubs, game rooms, private hiking trails and fishing ponds, acres of quiet forest, fully stocked kitchens, glimpses of local wildlife, and charming rustic interiors, you can’t go wrong staying in a Brown County cabin or cottage!
Click here to take a look at our cozy cabins. Use the filters to help narrow your search or consult with one of our cabin management companies to find the best fit for the fam!
If you’re not into the rustic, woodsy experience, but still want a cool kid-friendly cottage to stay in downtown Nashville, check out The Loft at Camelot. Right above the Visitors Center overlooking the heart of the Village, The Loft is an almost 5,000-square-foot penthouse suite with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. It even has a family fun suite, featuring an adjoining kids’ room with cool safari decor and bunkbeds for the little ones! You can rent one or combine rooms to take up the whole floor.
Want some adventure with your stay? Go camping! Spend your days surrounded by nature and your nights under the stars at one of our serene campgrounds. Whether you’re in a tent, camping cabin, or RV, it’s sure to be an exciting experience for the kiddos. Plus, there will be a lot of room for the kids to run wild!
New to camping or need a refresher on how it’s done, click here for a helpful camping guide!
Looks like you have plenty of family friendly lodging to choose from. What are you waiting for? Time to start planning your spring break trip to Brown County!