Indiana’s Little Nashville is Actually a Whole Lot Like Gatlinburg-Here’s Why
Did you know Indiana has its own Nashville? Yep, it's true however the town is actually a whole lot like big ole' Gatlinburg on a much smaller scale and it's awesome.
AN ANNIVERSARY TRIP TO REMEMBER
My husband and I love to find new places to visit so when I found out Indiana had a town just like Gatlinburg and only half the distance away from where we lived I was immediately sold on the idea.
We stayed in a hilltop cabin that was to die for and absolutely enjoyed taking in the sites of the town because we could see it all.
TAKING IN THE SITES OF BROWN COUNTY
Nashville, Indiana, or Brown County is the type of town you park the car and walk everywhere. There are tons of unique shops to explore, a great playhouse to take in the theater, a winery and distillery for tasting, and a few State Parks within a stone's throw if you love taking on the trails and nature scene.
There are shops in every nook and cranny in the town.
Enjoy a show while you're visiting.
In case you're not sure where to stay you have so many fun options.
The food in the town is amazing and such a wide variety of different things.
The fudge shop not only has fudge but lots of other candy too.
We loved stopping and browsing.
Another yummy place to dine.
Doesn't this remind you of Gatlinburg?!
We even found FREE parking. You do have to pay for parking in some parts of the town but there is a cute little parking lot just a block off the main strip.
ALL THE FALL THINGS TO DO IN LITTLE NASHVILLE
The Haunting At Shireman Homestead-Take a walk into the woods past the Western town and into the many mazes that await. Explore the mine and village too! Be sure to watch out for the Headless Horseman and make a run for the bridge for a tractor ride back!
If you aren't into camping but want to stay overnight you can book a room at the Story Inn if you dare. It is rumored to be one of the most haunted places in Indiana. Stories have been told of the Blue Lady who lives there and is the wife of the former owner of the Inn. Guests have said she leaves items in the color blue throughout.
Whatever you do just go and enjoy the town. Even heading there for a day trip is totally worth the drive.
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