Brown County State Park: Recreational Building – Nashville IN

Description

The building was originally called Vermin Shelter, today it is known as the recreational building. Originally the building was used to educate people about local animals. The shelter hosted various small predatory animals (hence the name “vermin shelter”) for public viewing. The shelter also helped keep individuals away from nesting areas. The structure was completed by CCC laborers in 1934. The style of the recreational building is parks rustic.

Source notes

DNR Historic Site and Structures Inventory

Project originally submitted by Indiana Division of Historic Preservation/Nicole Cory on August 5, 2014.

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Location Info


Brown County State Park
Nashville, IN 47448

Coordinates: 39.155331, -86.233095

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