Noble County, founded in 1836, has a rich history centered around the natural elements in the area. Nestled in Northeast Indiana, Wolf Lake was the first village established in Noble County with approximately 2,000 people. Wolf Lake lies on a heavily traveled trail between Fort Wayne and Goshen. This village was comprised of the Miami and Pottawatomie Indians.
Indiana’s most widely read female author, Gene Stratton-Porter, proudly called Noble County home from 1912 to 1940. As a naturalist, author, and photographer, Porter cherished the lush wetlands and lake life in Rome City.
Today, Noble County is home to over 47,000 people and 117 lakes with a variety of outdoor recreational experiences. The tranquil lakes, solitude of our walking trails, and many natural amenities allow for the chance to unplug from the hustle and bustle of life at the office.
Visit one of our many museums or historic sites and enjoy a quaint lunch at one of our locally-owned restaurants during your stay. Explore our county’s history and culture through a series of county-wide murals or enjoy a movie at the historic Strand Theatre in Kendallville. To end your day, stop for a sweet treat at one of our bakeries or ice cream shops.
We promise, your stay in Noble County will rejuvenate you and your family! We look forward to seeing you here soon.