Northern Indiana Vacation Packages
Select from a range of outdoor activities and faith-based attractions in Northern Indiana. Find water and beach activities near Lake Michigan or inland treasures ranging from quaint communities to esteemed educational institutions.
Indiana Dunes has over 15 miles (25 kilometers) of shoreline, 70 miles (115 kilometers) of trails, 350 bird species and beautiful orchids. Splash in the waters of Lake Michigan or climb the 3-Dune Challenge. Enjoy all things blueberry at Plymouth’s Labor Day Blueberry Festival. Visit Michigan City for casinos, dining and wineries.
Admire the grounds and architecture of the University of Notre Dame, established in 1842 near South Bend by a French priest. Attend Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart or watch the Fighting Irish excel in football and other sports.
Marshall County has several great golf courses. Stay at the resort town of Culver along the sandy shores of Lake Maxinkuckee.
Follow the Art and Earth Trail across all seven counties of Northern Indiana. Pierceton and Warsaw in Kosciusko County are known for antiques and art. You may find yourself behind a horse and buggy in Elkhart or LaGrange County, where Amish farmers live simple lifestyles of self-sufficiency. During summer, the Shipshewana market has fresh produce, handmade quilts, crafts and antiques. See more than 1 million blooms in the 19 gardens planted with quilt designs.
Enjoy a delightful twist on musical theater and comedy at the Blue Gate Theatre, which features performances centered on Amish and Mennonite characters and settings. The theater and the Shipshewana Event Center attract Christian music acts as well as big-name stars such as the Oak Ridge Boys and Wynonna Judd. The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres in Nappanee adds Broadway shows to the perennial favorite, Plain and Fancy.
Getting to Northern Indiana is very easy along the country’s highways. Drive here from Chicago, Indianapolis or Cleveland within 2 to 3 hours. Alternatively, fly to airports in South Bend or Fort Wayne. Train and bus lines also serve the area.