Host your reunion along the Heritage Trail and take advantage of plenty of lodging choices, a wide range of activities, walkable downtowns, well tended parks and outdoor gathering spaces. And, of course, our expert help in planning.
What makes our area a good reunion destination?
Our location: Interstate 80/90 travels through Elkhart County as well as US 20 and US 6. We’re within several hours driving distance of major Midwest metro areas including Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Toledo and Grand Rapids.
Great value: You’ll enjoy affordable, yet high quality, accommodations, dining, entertainment and events.
One-of-a-kind places to explore: We’re home to one of the largest Old Order Amish communities in the western hemisphere. You benefit from unique facilities including historic sites, distinctive and fun museums. We have several excellent parks for hiking and wildlife viewing, disc golf, picnic shelters with grills, two rivers providing options for canoeing, kayaking, and the Pumpkinvine Bike Path that spans several communities. Our lively downtowns offer a variety of dining choices, arts and entertainment, special events and distinctive shopping. And you won’t want to miss North America’s only Quilt Gardens Tour.
We’re here to help: The Elkhart County CVB provides free assistance for reunion planning. That’s 20 years of group planning expertise with: Site Visits; Hotel bidding service; Resource Information; Regional Information; Customized arrangement coordination; Customized itineraries; and Collateral materials.
Unique properties: Host your reunion in the relaxed and family-friendly ambiance of one of our distinct reunion facilities. Smaller reunions have plenty of B&B choices, many with private areas for families to gather. And you’ll also find lots of group-friendly cabin accommodations.