You will learn how it is raised, and even get a taste (if you like) of real and fresh food products that are raised right here in Noble County.Find us on Facebook!
Group tours are available to educate visitors on the products and processes of the farms in our area. Get a behind the scenes experience of the preparation and production of locally grown food and products. Pre-arranged groups can opt for a special treat with a home cooked Farm Feast made from Noble County products at unique locations throughout Noble County.
For more information or to reserve your group tour, contact the Noble County Visitors Bureau at 1-877-202-5761; 260-599-0066; fax 260-599-0066; email email@example.com.
This historical treasure is located in beautiful northern Indiana Amish country. This “working” bison ranch was established in 1999 and is now home to over 300 head of bison.
This winery and vineyard are located on a homestead farm that has been in the family for over 100 years. Its wines are made from fruit at on-site facilities. The 7-acre vineyard has seven different varieties of grapes, 45 acres of blueberries, 10 acres of raspberries, 30 acres of sweet corn, five acres of melons and one acre of pumpkins.
You will find DeCamp Gardens among the rolling hills of Noble County just two miles north of Chain O’Lakes State Park in Albion. Visitors experience a relaxed atmosphere as they walk among a variety of vegetable and flower gardens. For over 30 years, all vegetables, fruit and flowers are grown naturally without the use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
Situated on 25 acres of rolling farmland in Noble County, Indiana, the farm has been under development as a model of small scale sustainable farming. The farm features an heirloom apple orchard, 2.5-acre stocked pond maintained for natural aquaculture, organic hay operation, vegetable, herb and flower gardens, various fruits and berries and a small apiary.
Freedom Acres is an interactive farm experience. Stroll wooded walking paths, have a picnic, fish alongside the spacious pond, or interact with many animals. The farm is an ideal place to bring a family, classroom, or group for a leisurely day on an authentic mini farmstead.
This family loves to share the story of syrup making. While syrup is only produced during the late winter and early spring in February and March, the saying goes…”if the steam is rising from the sugar house stacks, stop by and sit a spell. Smell the wonderful aroma of the pure sweet maple, and taste the gift only Mother Nature can give.”
You will take the road less traveled on your way to Mirror Lake B&B Farm Stay, which is nestled among the Amish homesteads just 5 miles west of Rome City. This 175-acre working farm is no till with yearly rotating crops. Enjoy riding horses, or take a wagon ride through four miles of mowed, wooded trails. The spring-fed, 12-acre private lake is known for great fishing with blue gills, bass and crappies.
Stop by Orchard Hill Farms just outside of Kendallville for fresh-picked apples or shop their market store for locally produced honey, maple syrup, apple butter and more. Fresh organic vegetables and herbs from the farm are available during summer and fall. With over 10,000 apple trees this family owned and operated farm is the single biggest apple producer in Noble County.
The Lavender Lane is a small, family-owned and operated lavender farm in rural northeast Indiana. The farm has more than 300 lavender plants, which include 12 different varieties of lavender. The farm sells fresh and dried lavender; bath salts; bath fizzies; lavender oil; eye pillows filled with lavender and flax seed; various potpourris; handmade, all-natural lavender soap; and sachets filled with wonderfully scented lavender.