Trail 4, Rally Campground to Ogle Lake, Brown County State Park

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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 Directions


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.


 Difficulty


Easy

 Hiking Time


1 hour

 Total Distance


1.5 miles

 Route type


Connector

 Cost


$7/vehicle (in-state), $9/vehicle (out-of-state)

 GPS Location


39.157026, -86.229804

 Dogs


Allowed on 6-foot leash

 Sun exposure


Dense tree canopy

 Bathrooms


Yes

 Flora/fauna


Copperheads, timber rattlers, ticks

 Accessible?


No

 Kid friendly


Yes


 Hiking Trail 4 (Rally Campground)


Trail 4 trailhead sign at Rally Campground, Brown County State Park.

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.

Once at Ogle Lake, hikers have a few choices to extend their routes as Trail 7 connects with Trail 11, and Trail 8 begins just across the parking lot at the Ogle Lake dam.

Trail 4 cuts through a lush forest with dense ground cover at Brown County State Park, Indiana.

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.

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