Weed Patch Hill, also known as Weed Patch Knob (1,058 feet or 322 m), is the third highest named summit in the U.S. state of Indiana. Located in Washington Township and Brown County State Park, it is the highest point in the Knobstone Escarpment.
In Indiana, only Hoosier Hill (1,257 feet or 383 m) in Wayne County and Sand Hill (1,076 feet or 328 m) in Noble County are higher.
Weed Patch Hill was so named by an early settler after a tornado had flattened many of the trees and weeds grew in their place.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Weed Patch Hill is
# 1 out of 8 in Brown County State Park # 1 out of 62 in Brown County # 3 out of 604 in Indiana
By prominence Weed Patch Hill is
# 1 out of 8 in Brown County State Park # 1 out of 62 in Brown County # 6 out of 604 in Indiana
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