Things to do IN North Central Indiana

North Central Indiana

From the urban wonderland of South Bend and Mishawaka in St. Joseph County and the RV and Motor Home Hall of Fame & Museum in Elkhart County to the natural awe of Lake Maxinkuckee in Marshall County and the sand crane migration spot in Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area in Pulaski County, North Central Indiana has tons of fantastic things to do for all interests. Whether you like being outdoors or indoors, learning or playing, taking it fast or slow, there is a place for you IN the North Central area.


Must See Attractions IN North Central Indiana

East Race Waterway

There are few thrills like tackling the East Race Waterway, the first manmade whitewater rafting course in the country.

Quilt Gardens

This glorious patchwork of color blanketing delivers a one-of-a-kind experience that will have you talking about it for years.

Lake Maxinkuckee

A charming beach front to one of Indiana's largest natural lake, Lake Maxinkuckee is a great place for some summertime fun!

Counties IN North Central Indiana

Having both the rural and Amish atmosphere in Elkhart and the urban fantasy in South Bend, North Central Indiana offers a well-rounded experience of the Hoosier state in only six counties, making it the second smallest region IN Indiana. It is a compact area full of experiences that each county contributes to in its unique way. Find your place here IN North Central Indiana.

North Central Region Indiana

Elkhart County

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From classic small towns to energetic centers, the handmade welcome mat is always in Elkhart County. This area has a wide spread of exciting locations, from the marvelous Hall of Heroes, the only superhero museum covering the 80 years of media in the genre, and the RV and Motor Home Hall of Fame & Museum, a museum celebrating Elkhart being the capital of RVs in the world, to the beautiful Wellfield Botanic Gardens and the winding path of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail, a linear park and greenway, on the former Pumpkinvine railroad corridor. Find your place IN Elkhart County.

Things to Do IN Elkhart County, Indiana

Round Barn Theater

The Round Barn Theatre is a professional regional theatre company that produces six theatrical productions a year.

Hall of Heroes

Hall of Heroes is the only comic book museum in the world preserving the entire history of superheroes.

Fulton County

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A one-of-a-kind place, Fulton County boasts the experience of adventure, relaxation, and delicious local cuisine, all while being nestled next to the Tippecanoe River. Find these unique stories of Fulton County at the Round Barn Museum, or take your family for the day on the lake at the Bob Kern Nature Preserve. Find your adventure IN Fulton County, Indiana.

Things to Do IN Fulton County, Indiana

Round Barn Museum

This circular barn located near Rochester Indiana was built in 1924 and placed on the National Register of Historic…

Marshall County

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Discover, explore and unwind in Marshall County, Indiana. Marshall is full of hidden gems such as Lake Maxinkuckee, a charming lake with a beach that is fantastic Summer fun for the whole family, exciting entertainment such as the Plymouth Speedway, an amazing raceway with a storied history, and places to relax like the Swan Lake Resort. This old golf course has become an event center and resort. Discover your new favorite places IN Marshall County.

Things to Do IN Marshall County, Indiana

Lake Maxinkuckee

A charming beach front to one of Indiana's largest natural lake, Lake Maxinkuckee is a great place for some…

Plymouth Speedway

Plymouth Speedway features a three-eighths mile banked asphalt track, stadium seating, great concessions and intense…

Swan Lake Resort

Swan Lake Resort is relaxed and unobtrusive, artfully nestled in over 400 acres of countryside - a world apart from…

Pulaski County

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Pulaski County, Indiana, is home to one of Indiana's most incredible natural events: the Sandhill Crane migration. Each year, thousands of Sandhill Cranes land in the Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area during their migration. It is a beautiful sight in a beautiful county with much more to discover. Whether you want to spend time away from everything at the Tippecanoe River State Park or get your adrenaline pumping at the Shadyhill Speedway, there is so much to discover IN Pulaski County!

Things to Do IN Pulaski County, Indiana

Jones Robotic Dairy

The cows decide when they would like to be milked and are left to enjoy their day in barns or linger at their feed…

Shadyhill Speedway

Packed with family fun and tradition, the experience is exhilarating for both race fans and the casual spectator.

St. Joseph County

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Home to South Bend, Mishawaka, and Notre Dame University, St. Joseph County, Indiana, is full of places to visit, things to do, and excitement to be had from the adrenaline-pumping excitement of the East Race Waterway, the iridescent beauty of the River Lights, the inspiring machinery in the Studebaker National Museum, and the incredible natural beauty at Potato Creek State Park. Uncover excitement in St. Joseph County!

Things to Do IN St. Joseph County, Indiana

Potawatomi Zoo

As one of the oldest zoos in Indiana, dating back to 1902, the Potawatomi Zoo is rich in history and building a…

Starke County

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Starke County, Indiana, is full of beauty, wonder, and awe, from Bass Lake, which has a beautiful lake, campground, and excellent restaurants, making it a vacationer's paradise, to the fantastic history of the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum. Find yourself IN Starke County.

Things to Do IN Starke County, Indiana

Bass Lake

Bass Lake, believe it or not, is a natural lake that stands on top of a hill. A unique location, it is Indiana's…

Erie Trail

The Erie Trail passes through a landscape of hardwood forest, sand prairies and wetlands. It is a peaceful ride.

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