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Experience Middlebury, Indiana, with plenty to do and plenty to see. Enjoy fishing, biking, walking, and our famous "Pumpkinvine Bike Trail". We are just 10 minutes from nearby Shipshewana where local shops and the world-famous Flea Market are located. Book now for an adventure!

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CITY OF GOSHEN
CITY OF GOSHEN
Located along the Elkhart River, Goshen is a picturesque county seat with a delightful, inviting atmosphere. Enjoy the Elkhart County Courthouse, a magnificent example of Greek revival-style architecture. Shop at the antique shops lining Main Street, then head over to The Old Bag Factory where you’ll find many gift shops and artisans at work. Look for pottery, hardwood furniture, original quilt designs, and several others.
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DAS DUTCHMAN ESSENHAUS
DAS DUTCHMAN ESSENHAUS
A pleasant surprise awaits you in Northern Indiana Amish Country. Enjoy family or menu style dining at the Restaurant, shop the Village Shops, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, play a round of miniature golf, and view a live theatre production at Essenhaus Heritage Hall. And don’t forget to stop at the delicious Bakery just before you leave.

Shopping and Retail
Davis Mercantile
Davis Mercantile
Enjoy 4 floors of 22 shops where retailers showcase their wares. Ride the 100 year-old carousel where you can experience and observe the craftsmanship of the wood carver. The massive beams, stairway, and the 370-year-old Douglas fir tree are all points of interest for your pleasure.
Parks and Recreation
ELKHART COUNTY PARKS
ELKHART COUNTY PARKS
Elkhart County boasts several county parks such as Ox Bow County Park and Bonneyville Mill County Park. At Ox Bow, situated on the Elkhart River, you can enjoy acres and acres of natural beauty as you walk the marked trails. Picnic at the many shelters provided, or enjoy an afternoon all to yourself. At Bonneyville, experience a water-powered grist mill. Purchase freshly ground flour, visit the gift shop, and enjoy the natural beauty of the 223-acre park. May-October.

Religion and Beliefs
MENNO-HOF
MENNO-HOF
Menno-Hof is a non-profit information center located in Shipshewana, Indiana, that teaches visitors about the faith and life of Amish and Mennonites. Menno-Hof's multi-image presentations, historical environments and colorful displays take you on a fascinating journey inside the unique world of the Amish and Mennonites.
Parks and Recreation
PUMPKIN VINE NATURE TRAIL
PUMPKIN VINE NATURE TRAIL
17 miles of trail stretching through scenic Amish Country in Northern Indiana

Museums and Attractions
QUILT GARDENS
QUILT GARDENS
The Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail joins quilting, gardening and art into a one-of-a-kind event. This colorful patchwork of quilt inspired gardens and quilt-themed murals is linked by the roads that form the Heritage Trail. Every quilt garden and quilt mural has its own intricate pattern, many are original designs and each has its own unique story. Each of our unique communities that host quilt gardens & murals has its own special character and fun finds you’ll want to explore.
Museums and Attractions
RUTHMERE MUSEUM
RUTHMERE MUSEUM
Art lovers, history buffs, and antique enthusiasts won’t want to miss a visit to Ruthmere, Elkhart’s elegant Beaux Arts mansion. This jewel of a house sits above the confluence of the St. Joseph and Elkhart rivers. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the three-story brick and limestone home is accented with Italian marble, carved stone, and eclectic Prairie School elements, including stained glass. Hourly guided tours interpret life in the house during a bygone era.

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TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY
TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY
Middlebury is "Grown from Tradition". Middlebury is rich in history. We have Amish families farming the rich farm land to modern RV's and manufactured homes rolling down State Road 13.
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TOWN OF SHIPSHEWANA
TOWN OF SHIPSHEWANA
Nearly 670 residents call Shipshewana home, and many of the two million annual travelers who sojourn here wish that they, too, could call it home. Locals hold their blessed heritage close to their hearts, while visitors admire and even long for this simpler way of life. "Shipshe" as we call it, means many things to many different people, but it mostly symbolizes simplicity. The Shipshewana area is celebrated for being home to the third largest Amish community in the United States, for having the Midwest's largest flea market, and for its reputation of hand-crafted wares.

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Middlebury offers fun, enjoyment and relaxation for people of all ages and interests all year long. If you are looking for a destination to experience and enjoy the community spirit of a small town, try attending one of our festivals or events, or visit one of our entertainment venues. You might find yourself returning year after year.
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