Need Spring Break Plans? Brown County’s the Spot!

It’s official, it’s spring! Instead of hitting the beach or spending hours stuck in the car, spend your Spring Break in Brown County this year! That’s right, no matter what direction you’re coming from, we’re only a short drive away. Plus, with endless outdoor adventure opportunities and a one-of-a-kind downtown Village, a visit to Brown County is hard to beat!

So, if you’re looking for some last-minute Spring Break plans, pack your bags, grab the family, and head to Brown County! Come for a long weekend, break up the mid-week monotony, or stay for the entire week…we have plenty to discover and do.

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Stepping into the Artist’s World on the Back Roads of Brown County

How often do you get a chance to see the inside of an artist’s studio? After all, that’s where the magic is made. We are all so used to seeing an end product and admiring it’s completed design that we often overlook the beauty in how it’s created.

When I heard about the concept of the Back Roads Studio Tour, I was intrigued. It’s not often that you get to step into an artist’s world and see them at work or see where their inspiration may come from, but the Back Roads Studio Tour provides the opportunity to do just that. This unique art experience not only allows for a firsthand look at how the art that this area is famous for is created, but it also is a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of the county.

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Christmas in Brown County

Ever think about spending Christmas in Brown County? It really is a magical time throughout the whole county, and you have to see for yourself to understand. Think the holidays are stressful? Spend them in Brown County and you might change your mind.

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Salt Creek Trail

The Salt Creek Trail officially opened Friday, November 8. This trail is beautiful and is great for walking, running, or bike riding.  I had a hard time not stopping every 20 or so feet to stop and take pictures, but that’s the beauty of it isn’t it?  The trail is three-fourths of a mile long and starts at the Brown County YMCA, and ends at the CVS on the South side of town.  It is open daily from dawn until dusk, 7am-7pm.

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