Vacation ideas before the Bluegrass Festival in Kendallville, IN
Kendallville area Points of interest

Shopping:

  • Businesses in Kendallville, IN;
  • Walmart Plaza located 1.5 mile east of the fairgrounds.
  • Shipshewana Flea Market & Auction: Shipshewna, IN, open (Mon. on holidays) Tues. & Wed. 8 am.-5 pm - Various interesting shops in town with regular hours. Antique auction: Wed. 8:00 am, 11 auction rings - 260-768-4129
  • The Outlet Shops- Fremont, IN, I69 & Indiana Toll Road
  • Das Essenhaus Amish Restaurant & Shopping area: Middlebury, IN - 574-825-9471

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Tour an RV Factory: -- Industry figures show about 58 percent of all the nation's RVs are produced in Indiana, largely in Elkhart County. More than 100 different brands of RVs are produced within 25 miles of Elkhart, which bills itself as "RV Capital of the World." Elkhart is a short drive from Kendallville, IN. Call in advance before traveling to an RV factory. For more information and to find an RV manufacturer. Also check the The Ultimate RVing Resource Guide for RVing information. Visitors Bureaus:

Recreation:

  • Bixler Lake - 1650 Lake Park Dr, Kendallville, IN 260-242-6898 - fishing, swimming, camping
  • Noble Hawk Golf Course - Site of 2002 PGA Northern Open - Kendallville, IN, 260-349-0900
  • Cobblestone Golf Course - Kendallville, IN, 260-349-1550

Genealogy:

  • Fort Wayne, IN, Allen County Public Library, 900 Webster St., 260-421-1200 (General) 260-421-1225 (Genealogy Dept.) The largest public genealogy research library in the country. They are one of 14 locations with the 1930 census.