The Noble County Visitors Bureau welcomes Great Indiana Golf guests to our area. Not only will you be treated to some of the best golf and hospitality anywhere to be found, but we would also encourage to take advantage of all of the great and unique experiences Noble County has to offer. From glacially formed lakes, canoeing down the Elkhart River, nature trails, museums, farm tours, and more we have something for everyone on and off the greens.
We are home to three unique tour experiences that can be found no where else in Indiana, and in some cases, the entire nation. Learn more about them here, or visit our website. We are happy to make any arrangements for your group and your guests for anything you would like to see or do in Noble County during your time with us. Consider the Visitors Bureau your personal caddy to make your stay more enjoyable.
For the History Buff: Explore the nation’s only historic cemetery tour known as the Tombstone Trail. Hear the stories of the famous and not so famous that are now permanent residents of our area cemeteries. Self-guided and guided tours are available, (including ones by candle light . . . if you dare). How about a road trip down the historic Lincoln Highway? This century old road stretches from Ligonier to Wolf Lake in western Noble County. Along the way explore murals, a perfumery, historic homes, an historic hospital museum, or a made from scratch lunch at the Kimmell House Inn.
Down on the Farm: Indiana’s only countywide Farm to Fork experience is right here in Noble County. Choose from 8 different farm locations to visit, enjoy in season food samples, and even buy products direct from the growers. Apples, Wine, Maple Syrup, Honey, Produce, Lavender, Bison, and more. Special dinner occasions can also be arranged for groups of 10 or more featuring a feast made from products raised right here in Noble County.
For the Outdoorsman: Noble County is also home to Indiana’s only Green Triangle and puts all of our best environmental attractions at your finger tips. From the historic home and gardens of Hoosier author Gene Stratton Porter on the shores of Sylvan Lake, to the miles of trails at Chain O’ Lakes State Park, we have something for everything who loves the great outdoors. No visit to the Green Triangle would be complete without coming face to face with Tarzan, the only Chimpanzee in Indiana. Tarzan resides at the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion. This one of a kind animal refuge is home to tigers, cougars, wolves, bears, reptiles, primates, and even a lion. Visitors can see these great creatures up close and hear their stories of survival, rescue, and retirement.
For more information on these experiences or other things to see and do in Noble County call the Bureau toll free at 877-202-5761.