Abe Martin Lodge

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Abe Martin Lodge - 84 rooms, two meeting rooms and dining room.
Address - P O Box 608
Nashville IN 47448
Phone - 1-877-265-6343

Abe Martin Lodge is located within Brown County State Park in south-central Indiana. The park is on State Road 46 about one mile east of Nashville, Indiana and twelve miles west of Columbus Indiana. It is named for a Abe Martin, a popular cartoon character created by Kin Hubberd in the early part of the twentieth century. A complete history of the comic is located on the second level of the lodge.

The eighty four rooms are located in two sections, the main lodge and the nearby complex called the Annex. The Annex is three stories tall with sixteen rooms in each floor. Each floor has an ice machine in a utility area on one end. The middle floor also has a coffee machine which also dispenses hot water. You may get hot chocolate packets from the main lobby of Abe Martin's Lodge.

The main lodge has two spacious meeting rooms available to rent for weddings, meetings and other special occasions. Abe's Dining Room is located on the second level, and features full menu dining seven days a week. Buffets are available during specified times.

There is a large gift shop at Abe Martin's Lodge which features nature related gifts.

The upper level, in addition to housing Abe's Dining Room, also features a large stone fireplace. During the winter months guests may sit in front of a roaring fire reading or playing games. There are rocking chairs, sofas, love seats and a card table here. This area overlooks the main lobby and is a great place to read and relax while enjoying the fire.

A recent addition is an aquatic center which provides a great place for kids to have fun any time of the year.

Abe Martin's Lodge is a wonderful place to spend a weekend, or a week, while enjoying Brown County State Park or nearby Nashville.

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