Nashville, IN Trails and Parks

Nashville has 9 trails in the vicinity, including 6 hiking trails and 2 for mountain biking. These trails range from 0.8 to 60 miles in length. The most popular trails are Gnaw Bone Camp, Brown County State Park: Fire Tower Trail (Trail 10) and Ogle Hollow Nature Preserve: Trail 5. Trails.com member Jasper B. recently completed Yellowwood State Forest: Scarce O’ Fat Trail.
  • Yellowwood State Forest: Scarce O’ Fat Trail

    2 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    This trail is tough. But for hikers who don’t mind a couple of good climbs, it’s worth it. The trail passes through a deep oak and hickory forest, meets up with a ridgetop horse trail, and descends ...
    •  2 to 2.5 hours
    •  4.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail is tough. But for hikers who don’t mind a couple of good climbs, it’s worth it. The trail passes through a deep ...

  • Brown County State Park: Fire Tower Trail (Trail 10)

    1 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    The Fire Tower Trail starts on Weed Patch Hill, Brown County State Park’s highest point, and follows a ridge behind the fire tower, passing a Civilian Conservation Corps shelter before dropping ...
    •  1.5 to 2 hours
    •  2.4 miles
    •  Guide

    The Fire Tower Trail starts on Weed Patch Hill, Brown County State Park’s highest point, and follows a ridge behind the fire ...

  • Ogle Hollow Nature Preserve: Trail 5

    1 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    An interpretive tree trail down and up a steep slope of a nature preserve inside Brown County State Park. The Canyon Inn, near the starting point of this hike, has historic significance in that ...
    •  45 minutes
    •  0.8 miles
    •  Guide

    An interpretive tree trail down and up a steep slope of a nature preserve inside Brown County State Park. The Canyon Inn, ...

  • Brown County State Park: Trail 8

    1 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    A trail through remote ravines of Brown County State Park.
    •  2 hours
    •  3.5 miles
    •  Guide

    A trail through remote ravines of Brown County State Park.

  • Brown County State Park: Taylor Ridge Trail (Trail 9)

    0 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    The Taylor Ridge Trail (Trail 9), when you include the extension to Ogle Lake, is likely the toughest hike in the park and one not to be taken lightly. At 7.2 miles, the distance alone earns ...
    •  3 to 3.5 hours
    •  7.2 miles
    •  Guide

    The Taylor Ridge Trail (Trail 9), when you include the extension to Ogle Lake, is likely the toughest hike in the park and ...

  • Brown County State Park: CCC Trail (Trail 2)

    0 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    The days of dust bowls are long behind us, but this trail, born out of the Great Depression, lives on as a tribute to American endurance. Generations of hikers have enjoyed the trail since the ...
    •  1 to 1.5 hours
    •  2.2 miles
    •  Guide

    The days of dust bowls are long behind us, but this trail, born out of the Great Depression, lives on as a tribute to American ...

  • Culture to Culture: A Drive from Bloomington to Columbus

    0 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    The 60-mile drive is through the rumpled hills of Monroe, Brown, and Bartholomew Counties between the culturally diverse college town of Bloomington and the architectural wonder of Columbus. ...
    •  60 miles
    •  Guide

    The 60-mile drive is through the rumpled hills of Monroe, Brown, and Bartholomew Counties between the culturally diverse ...

  • Gnaw Bone Camp

    0 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    Located twenty-two miles east of Bloomington on IN 135. If you're looking for that self-contained area of mountain bike challenges and charming services, this is by far one of the best in the ...
    •  20 miles
    •  Guide

    Located twenty-two miles east of Bloomington on IN 135. If you're looking for that self-contained area of mountain bike ...

  • Ogala Trail

    0 Reviews

    Nashville, IN

    Located about 20 miles southeast of Nashville in the extreme southeastern corner of Brown County. This is a user-friendly trail. The terrain is gentle, with rolling hills and a few tiny streams ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    Located about 20 miles southeast of Nashville in the extreme southeastern corner of Brown County. This is a user-friendly ...