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Nashville, Indiana, often called “Little Nashville”, is located around an hour’s drive south of the state capital Indianapolis. It’s a small, tranquil town situated between Columbus, renowned for its modern architecture and Bloomington, home to Indiana University. Named as “paradise for country music fans and art lovers” by Smithsonian Magazine, Nashville is home to almost 40 annual festivals, including the world’s oldest, continuously running bluegrass festival. The town features many art galleries and historic buildings, making it a popular getaway destination.
Nashville’s peaceful location, set in rolling hills and valleys, as well as its proximity to Brown County State Park add to its draw. Aside from enjoying its natural setting, visitors can also participate in the many crafting skills that are taught here, enjoy some of the finest country music and reconnect with nature. When you book an RV in Nashville you’ll have plenty to see and do, from visiting art galleries to outdoor adventures. A Nashville camper rental is the ideal way to experience the true Nashville spirit, with the freedom to take in the entire region and to see and do as little, or as much, as you want.
Nashville is just minutes away from Brown County State Park, Indiana’s largest state park. Extending over almost 16,000 acres of ravines, ridges and forested hills, this popular state park is also known locally as the “Little Smokies”, due to its resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains. With almost 20 miles of scenic drives with uninterrupted views out over the forests, the park is a great fall destination. Aside from taking in the sights in your Nashville luxury RV rental, there’s also a summertime pool and numerous trails for both biking and hiking. Climb the 90-foot Fire Tower and admire the scenery or visit the Nature Center to find out all about the park’s wildlife.
Carry on past Brown State Park and drive your Nashville, Indiana RV rental down to Hoosier National Forest, where you can get away from it all in this large forest. Hikers are spoilt for choice with over 260 miles of trails and the freedom to explore. There are also plenty of lakes, ponds and rivers for fishing. Try out the Indian and Celina Recreation Area, near to the center of this immense expanse. This recreation area benefits from several miles of paved roads where you can take advantage of the light traffic to cycle or enjoy fantastic scenic driving in your Nashville motorhome rental before parking up.
Just over half an hour’s drive in your Nashville RV rental brings you to Morgan Monroe State Forest. The 24,000-acre park is home to some of the state’s finest hardwood forests and features mainly steep valleys and ridges. Fishing is available at one of the three small lakes and there are numerous hiking trails. Picnicking areas are available throughout the forest and you could also try your hand at gold panning in the forest, once you get a permit.
If you’re looking for another interesting park to visit in the vicinity in your Nashville camper rental, check out Clifty Falls State Park around an hour and a half away, near Madison. Famous for its spectacular waterfalls, visit in spring or winter for the most impressive cascades. Clifty Canyon is the ideal place for year-round outdoor adventure and features many rugged hiking trails. Settle down and relax afterwards at the restaurant and inn or in summer, cool off in the pool.
There are plenty of RV parks where you can settle down in your RV rental near Nashville. Most of the state parks have RV camping available and there are also many private RV parks in the area.
If you’re into music, then the historic Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground is a place you should definitely check out. Set in over 50 acres, with a choice of open or wooded sites, the campground is pet friendly. There are partial hookups, a fishing lake and walking trails. The campground hosts many music events and festivals, so check before reserving. There is also an onsite museum dedicated to the area’s musical history.
Brown County KOA, in Nashville, just minutes away from restaurants, is a popular campground in the area. Featuring full-hookups, optional deluxe patio sites and a pool, you can relax here when you want to take time out from exploring. There’s Wi-Fi and laundry facilities as well.
Be sure to check out the campgrounds in local state parks too, and take full advantage of your Nashville RV rental to spend the night beneath the stars. Brown County State Park offers nearby RV camping with electricity, or hit the road and explore further afield in your Nashville motorhome rental.
As a popular tourist destination, Nashville has plenty to keep you entertained. For a fun way to take in the town’s history, take the Nashville Express train ride with guided commentary. While you’re downtown, a visit to the Pioneer Museum and Old Log Jail is a must to really experience the past in the present. Aside from admiring the historic buildings, there’s plenty to do. Spas, craft shops and local wineries and distilleries are great places to visit. Spend an afternoon browsing the Brown County Antique Mall for bargains or visit Brown County Art Gallery for some truly inspiring artwork appreciation. For an evening’s entertainment in historic, intimate surroundings, check out Brown County Playhouse. The playhouse showcases a wide variety of events including plays, live music and movies.
If you’re more the active type, try out out the golf course, go on a walking tour or visit Nashville’s zip line adventure park. With Brown State Park just next door, there’s no shortage of outdoor activities.
Nashville, Indiana, is a beautiful town to visit with plenty of amenities yet a small and quaint feel. A must-visit for any art, history or music lovers; rent an RV in Nashville, IN and make your Indiana exploration vacation one to remember.