As of November 15, 2020, the state of Indiana is requiring people to wear masks indoors and outdoors when 6 feet of physical distancing cannot be maintained. Here is a summary of what is allowed right now in Elkhart County (Read More) as well as an overview for the state of Indiana.

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Weddings & Reunions

We know that getting a group together can be daunting, but Elkhart County is up to the challenge. The more people involved usually means more special requests and our venues are at your service.

Weddings

Here comes the bride. And the groom. Plus the parents and the wedding party, followed by close friends and distant relatives. Or, maybe it’s just the happy couple and a couple of witnesses coming along to sign the wedding certificate and take pictures.

Weddings come in all shapes and sizes and Elkhart County, Indiana, has a venue to fit your unique wedding requests.

From a gorgeous grand garden to a historic home to a rustic barn, you can give your wedding a unique feel while still enjoying modern amenities. If you’re having a big group for your big day we have many places that offer comfortable rooms with on-site facilities to host your matrimonial celebration.

From riverbanks to our beautiful lakes, there are plenty of scenic spots to hold your ceremony. The pictures won’t just go in your wedding album, they’ll go up immediately on social media, instantly making people who replied “no” regret their decision.

Family Reunions

Or maybe the long overdue family reunion is finally happening. Some can roll in in their RV and have a self-contained home, while others can be taken care of at some of our local bed and breakfasts. Or you can check out some of Elkhart County’s bigger properties that have plenty of rooms as well as on-site restaurants, meeting rooms, and theaters.

No matter why your group is getting together, we offer lots of choices to mix and match your way through a memorable weekend.

When it’s time to eat, restaurants love welcoming groups from a few dozen up to 1,000 people. Many spots offer family-style dining, especially in the Amish community.

Adults can enjoy a day of shopping at places like The Old Bag Factory in Goshen or The Davis Mercantile in Shipshewana. Meanwhile, kids can enjoy a couple of hours at a bison ranch or visit their favorite characters at the Hall of Heroes Comic and Superhero Museum.

Take the entire family to the Shipshewana Auction and Flea Market and make it a contest to see who can find the most unique items and best bargains. It’s a great way to spend an afternoon as a family.

Coming together as a family or as a family of friends is always worth the effort, and no place offers as wide a variety of options to make everyone happy like Elkhart County.

For more information contact

Director of Group and Experiential Sales & Promotions

Sonya Nash, CTIS, CTP

Director of Group and Experiential Sales & Promotions