Campgrounds

Electric Sites

Brown County State Park features 401 electric (Class A) campsites, 17 of which are wheelchair accessible. These campsites are located in Buffalo Ridge, Taylor Ridge and Raccoon Ridge Campgrounds. These modern sites include:

- electrical hookup
- picnic table
- fire ring
- parking spur
- drinking water supply in area
- modern restrooms/shower houses

Electric (Class A) Campsites

Horseman Electric Sites

The Horsemen's Campground at Brown County State Park features 118 horseman electric (Class A) campsites, 1 of which is wheelchair accessible. These modern sites include:

- electrical hookup
- picnic table
- fire ring
- parking spur
- drinking water supply in area
- modern restrooms/shower houses
- tie-up for 6 horses*

* An Annual Horse Tag is required for each horse.

Horseman Electric (Class A) Sites

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Non-Electric Sites

Brown County State Park has 28 non-electric (Class B) campsites. They are all located in the semi-wooded Raccoon Ridge Campground. These modern campsites include:

- picnic table
- fire ring
- parking spur
- drinking water supply in area
- modern restrooms/shower houses

Non-Electric (Class B) Sites

Horseman Primitive Sites

The Horsemen's Campground at Brown County State Park features 91 horseman primitive (Class C) campsites. These primitive sites include:

- picnic table
- fire ring
- parking spur
- drinking water supply in area
- pit toilets (no showers or restrooms)
- tie-up for 6 horses*

* An Annual Horse Tag is required for each horse

Horseman Primitive (Class C) Sites

Rally Campground

Brown County State Park features a Rally Campground with 60 campsites. The Rally Campground is designed for groups of 5 or more camping units (families). These primitive campsites include:

- drinking water supply near campground
- pit toilet

Youth Tent Area

The campground at Brown County State Park features one group Youth Tent Area for groups of 10 or more, with campers under 21 years of age and their adult leaders. Intended for the public, semi-public and not-for-profit groups only, the Youth Tent Area is for tent camping only. 
Youth Tent Area campsites include:

- fire rings
- picnic tables
- pit toilets (no showers or restrooms)
- drinking water supply near campground

Camp Store

The Camp Store, located by the entrance to the campgrounds, offers picnic supplies, souvenirs, gifts, snacks, refreshments, firewood & ice.

Store Hours:

Monday - Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday 10 am - 7 pm
Saturday 9 am - 9 pm
Sunday 9 am - 6 pm

Closed November - March

Hours of operation subject to change.

Country Store

NOTE: RVs & vehicles towing trailers must use the West Gate Entrance (off S.R. 46, west of Nashville).
The North Gate Covered Bridge is restricted to 9 foot height and 3 ton weight limits.
Horsemen's Campground users should use the entrance off 135 South.

Interested in other such state run campgrounds in Indiana?
Check out this great Indiana State Park & Reservoir Guide.



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