Trail 4 at Brown County State Park in Indiana is a lesser-known trail that connects with popular Trail 7 (Ogle Lake) and ends at Trail 5 in the Ogle Hollow Nature Preserve. It begins at Rally Campground and winds through upland terrain to the headwaters of Ogle Lake before turning east to the Trail 5 junction.
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Trail 4 (Rally Campground) trailhead. Take Brown County State Park Road for 2 miles and continue onto Horseman Camp Road for another 1.5 miles. Continue straight onto Parkview Lane for .4 miles, then turn right onto Park Lane. Trail 4 begins across the road from the Rally Campground parking lot.
$7/vehicle (in-state), $9/vehicle (out-of-state)
Allowed on 6-foot leash
Dense tree canopy
Copperheads, timber rattlers, ticks
Hiking Trail 4 (Rally Campground)
Trail 4 starts out across from the Rally Campground parking lot and travels three quarters of a mile down the knobstone escarpment, dropping some 250 feet to Ogle Lake.
While Trail 4 itself is a no-frills affair, it’s a perfect launching pad for a great day of hiking. Finish up at Trail 5, Ogle Hollow Nature Preserve, and loop back to the Rally Campground parking lot.
Use map for real-time navigation
Load this web page on your phone before heading to the trail. Once there, be sure to put your device in airplane mode in order to save battery life.
Simply tap the map marker icon on the map to show your current location and follow along.
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