Bill Monroe’s Music Park and Campground is in Brown County, Indiana, just 10 minutes north of the tourist town of Nashville, Indiana. Known for some of the best bluegrass festivals in the country, the historic Bill Monroe’s Music Park & Campground is one of the largest campgrounds in southern Indiana. This year the park is producing 6 music festivals beginning in May and continuing through September.
With over 55 acres, the family-friendly campground is the perfect place to bring the family, a group of friends or plan a camping trip with your organization. This campground has no frills, no extra amenities to charge for, just some old-fashioned camping experience where everyone can enjoy the great outdoors without crowds, while enjoying the company of other campers.
Bill Monroe’s Campground offers all types of camping sites to suit camping styles from boondocking to primitive tent sites to RV sites with water/electric, limited full hookups, fire rings, picnic tables and best of all, the campground is pet friendly! There is a dump station on site, campfires are permitted, and music jams happen often around the park.
In addition to the camp sites, there are 14 camping cabins and 2 recreational campers available to rent for those who want a similar experience to camping. Cabins and campers can be reserved online via Airbnb and VRBO. For those working on the road, there are 23 sites dedicated to workers who can stay monthly, with full hookups including sewer, water and electric.
Families can spend time fishing in the 5-acre catch and release Pastor Baggett Lake, swimming is not allowed in the lake. Kids can play on the playground, explore the park, hike the trails, and ride bikes. There is an on-site camp store, gift shop, spend time in Bill Monroe’s Museum & Hall of Fame and if you need to connect, the Wi-Fi café will allow guests to catch up on their work. Firewood and ice is available to purchase at the front of the park, 4-person golf carts are available to rent, or bring your own for a minimal fee.
The park is located just 5 miles from the town of Nashville, Indiana. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy throughout the day – mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing, shopping, dining, live entertainment, and the largest park in Indiana – Brown County State Park.
The park has long been associated with music, beginning with the Brown County Jamboree held every Sunday back in the early 40’s under a tent. Bill Monroe began playing at the popular Jamboree in 1951 and took over management of the park in 1952. The tradition of music and festivals continues in Bean Blossom, this year 6 music festivals are being produced by the park.
Outside of the music, a big draw to these festivals is the onsite camping. Campers of all sizes, tents and boondocking sites are rented out months in advance. People come from all over the country to camp, listen to music and jam around the campsites. Many famous musicians have stayed at the park and jammed over the years.
For more information, camping reservations, festival tickets and more, visit BillMonroeMusicPark.com.
5163 North State Road 135, Morgantown, IN 46160
812.988.6422 | email@example.com