Brown County State Park and Yellowwood State Forest are located in the rolling hills of
Southern Indiana, close to the historic artists village of Nashville, Indiana.
Both the state forest and the state park's many scenic, sprawling acres offer wonderful picnic spots,
magnificent vistas, hiking and horse trails, abundant wildlife,
and overnight campsites easily accessible to the public. With its
close proximity to the quaint artists colony
of Nashville, Indiana, T.C. Steele State Historic Site, Monroe
Reservoir, Lake Lemon, Yellowwood Lake, Morgan-Monroe State Forest, McCormick's Creek State Park
and Indiana University, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of acivities
including an old fashioned picnic in the woods.
The Ten O'Clock Line Hiking Trail (20 mile marked trail) runs
between Yellowwood Lake and the Fire Tower in Brown County State Park,
with picnic tables in both locations.
Hesitation Point is one of the most well known vistas in the park.
Picnics at the overlooks are one of the parks most popular activities in the autumn.