RV/MH Hall of Fame

It’s the only museum of its kind. Follow the path that’s lined with antique vehicles, including the oldest known, non-tent trailer in existence – a 1913 custom built travel trailer attached to a Model T Ford. The museum’s impressive collection includes plenty of quirky highlights like the custom-built 1931 Chevrolet Housecar owned by screen siren Mae West. She used it as a lounge car transporting her between home and the studio. The Hall also features modern RVs, so you can climb aboard the most current models.



Let your inner engineer come out viewing an outstanding collection of NYC artifacts and cruise through rail - roading history. Ring the bell and blow the whistle at an interactive display of a steam locomotive. Step into the engine compartment and cab an EMD E8 diesel-electric locomotive. Outside view rolling stock that includes the largest surviving piece of New York Central steam locomotive technology, a dual-service (passenger & freight) 4-8-2 L-3a Mohawk, No. 3001. It’s huge and impressive!


Hall of Heroes


Be a kid again. Step into a two-story recreation of the Hall of Justice and browse through the world’s largest collection of comic books, super hero memorabilia, original art and props (featured on the FX collectible show). Slide down the Batpole to visit Batman’s Batcave recreating the scene from the popular 1960s TV show.



(approximately 8 miles from Elkhart)
Bonneyville Mill, Bristol, IN

Tour a refurbished, water-powered mill that has produced flour for the last 150 years. (It’s the most photographed spot in the county.) Feel the floor shake as the giant millstones rumble into action. Talk to the friendly miller who tells all about the mill and the types of flour produced there. Buy a bag of freshly ground flour to take home. Then enjoy the day and take a stroll along the well-marked trails through Bonneyville Mill County Park.

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(approximately 15 miles from Elkhart)

Immerse yourself in the history and traditions of Notre Dame on a 90 minute walking tour of campus. Hear about the Gipper. See the “House that Rockne Built,” “Touchdown Jesus,” the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the world-famous “Golden Dome.”



Cruise through 150 years of history and step back to the golden age of automobiles. Experience the progression of automotive history and view iconic autos. Admire the nation’s largest Presidential Carriage Collection. See the carriage Lincoln rode in to the Ford Theatre and witness the tragic events that unfold in “Lincoln’s Final Journey: A Nation Mourns.”



(approximately 45 miles from Elkhart)

Hesston Steam Museum

1201 E 1000 N // 219.778.2260 // Admission // Memorial Day - Labor Day weekends, 11:30am - 5pm

All aboard! The museum features three gauges of steam trains, plus sawmill and traction engines and a steam crane. Trains run from Noon until 5pm.


(approximately 53 miles from Elkhart)

Old Lighthouse Museum

100 Heisman Harbor Road // 219.872.6133 // Admission // Apr– Oct Tues - Sun 1pm - 4pm

Step into an original 1858 light station with 8 display rooms chronicling Great Lakes history, shipwrecks and the era of sailing ships.



(15-19 miles from Elkhart)

Das Dutchman Essenhaus

240 US 20, Middlebury // 800.455.9471 // Mon - Thurs 6am - 8pm; Fri - Sat 6am - 9pm


Discover a pleasant surprise in the country and savor authentic Amish-influenced family recipes served buffet or family-style, and menu dining. Save room for pie – Essenhaus features 30 home-baked varieties! Cruise-ins happen Thursday evenings May thru September in the Essenhaus parking lot with special activities, music and folks showing off their special rides.



South Bend Cubs at Four Winds Field

Downtown South Bend // 574.235.9988

Watch the South Bend Cubs play and keep score of runs batted in at this newly renovated field. Ticket prices vary. On Belly Buster Monday, ticket includes game ticket and all-you-can-eat hot dogs, hamburgers, peanuts and popcorn.


Coho Capital of the World – Charter Boat Fishing

Michigan City // Washington Park Marina // 800.634.2650

Head out and cast your line into Lake Michigan, some of the most fertile waters in the nation for salmon and trout.

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