Campgrounds not that close. Clean bathhouses. Horse riding available.
The DNR website ( http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2988.htm ) that there is a dump station at this park.
In the fall, during the week, the campers were outnumbered by the squirrels almost 10 to 1. Good thing they weren't organized. Beautiful campground. Enjoy Nashville Indiana while you are there.
We camp at BC all the time. They have added additional dump stations in the middle of the camp ground. There is no bad time to vamp at the park, just plan ahead. It fills up pretty quick.
Fantastic park. Prefer the sites in Buffalo Ridge area. Winter camped here recently and enjoyed our trip into Nashville.
For Taylor Ridge area only. I gave this area a Three because some sites are a Two and others are a Four. This very popular park is being over loved. As with most Indiana parks, Brown County is somewhat run down. Taylor Ridge is a large, shady CG. Some sites are just fine. Others are very small and crowded. We had one (#302) that did not even have a picnic table. The electricity voltage seemed to be variable. Some sites are easily leveled, others are not at all compatible with anything other than a small tent. Only a few sites are semi private, most are close together with nothing between. If you choose carefully, you can find a good site. Might be hard to do in busy seasons.
One of my fav home state parks. Bigger rigs need to stay at front camp area with paved sites. Some of the more wooded areas can be tight. Beautiful vista can get busy during fall!
First time my family has been there, 4th of July weekend 2019, beautiful town, sites, scenery, and the pool was HUGE. We'll definitely be going back.