Little Nashville is located in Brown County, Indiana. Country music fans referred to Nashville, Indiana as Little Nashville because it was home to the Little Nashville Opry for 25 years.
The Little Nashville Opry was destroyed by fire, and as of 2015 it has not been rebuilt. Brown County is still a popular family vacation destination in the Midwest. The tourist attractions include the Bean Blossom Jamboree, Mike’s Music and Dance Barn, the Brown County Playhouse and the Art Guild and Gallery, as well as wine festivals and maple syrup festivals throughout the year. Millions of people visit Brown County State Park, Yellowwood State Forest, Lake Monroe Reservoir and the Hoosier National Forest each year. Outdoor activities include hiking, fishing, camping, pony rides, mountain biking, geocaching, zip lines and golf.