Nashville, Indiana is perfect for a weekend getaway. This charming little town may be small but it has many wonderful things to do and places to see. Located in central Indiana, Nashville is often populated with more visitors than residents.
If you enjoy nature and adventure, you're in luck -- Nashville has the most wonderful outdoor activities. The top things to do include the Brown Country State Park, which is a huge area -- more than 160,000 acres of land -- and a favorite spot for many travelers. It's also nicknamed the Little Smokies, because this gorgeous state park very much resembles the Great Smoky Mountain. It has plenty of hills and foggy valleys to wander around, as well as more than 20 miles long of walking roads that can be used for trekking.
If you're feeling adventurous, Zipline and Aerial Adventure Park awaits you! A fun day out for the whole family, the park has different difficulty levels, and even the little ones can join in seeing the sights from the sky.
Horseback riding tours are also very popular in Nashville, there is a stall that offers pony rides and adult horseback riding to see the town from in the style of the Wild West. If you're looking for more of a thrill, 4WD and off-road tours are an alternative, and are a top pick for people traveling with friends and large groups.
Later in the evening, be sure to check out the wine tours at Brown County Winery, or the beer tasting tours at Bear Wallow Distillery. Afterwards, the downtown Brown Country Playhouse is a quaint performing arts theater offering a range of shows nightly. The downtown spa also awaits visitors for relaxing massages and treatments, perfect for a girls getaway.
For the history buffs in your group, the Old Nashville Jail has been converted into a museum and is where visitors can learn more about the town's past and hear interesting stories.
If you're visiting Nashville to spend time outdoors, the best areas to stay at are near Brown Country State Park, where you can find log cabins, vacation home rentals and condo rentals. Plus, most of the log cabins have hot tubs for admiring the starry night sky.
If you're traveling with a larger group or a big family, but still want to be close to the state park, large vacation rentals and lodges are also available for visitors.
For more historical sights and downtown Nashville, apartment rentals and vacation house properties are located nearby, including pet-friendly properties.
Because Nashville is in the northern area of the United States, the winter months can get pretty chilly. The best time to visit is August and September, when the average temperature is around 75 degrees with very little to no rain.
The state park is at its best in the fall when the leaves start to turn into red and orange. May, June and July tend to get particularly hot, with temperature as high as 86 degrees. From October to April, the weather is between 20 and 40 degrees with rain and snow.
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If you need internet access during your stay in Nashville, then you can choose from over 65 accommodations that have WiFi internet. 10 places to stay include a breakfast. You can keep up with your workout routine by staying at one of 3 accommodations that provide gym facilities. If you are driving to Nashville, you'll want to pick from 76 places to stay that provide parking.
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