The 2017 Noble County Visitors Guide is here!
The Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau produced the colorful, 32-page guide in partnership with its tourism partners and KPC Media Group. New listings include two art galleries, three wineries and breweries, and the Our Lady, Mother of Mercy Center on the historic grounds of the former Kneipp Springs Sanatorium at Rome City. The Farm to Fork section includes farmers markets and more events sponsored by growers and producers.
The guide updates information on Noble County’s signature attractions, including Chain O’Lakes State Park, Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Merry Lea Environmental Center-Goshen College, Ligonier Murals, Annie Oakley Perfumery, Moose Lake Christian Craft Village, and four museums, Mid-America Windmill Museum, Stone’s Trace Historic Site, Luckey Hospital Museum and Old Jail Museum.
Where to stay? The guide has complete information on area lodging, including five bed-and-breakfast inns: Brick Ark Inn, Mirror Lake, Solomon Mier Manor, Kimmell House Inn and Moose Lake Christian Craft Village.
Noble County knows how to celebrate! The county boasts two Tri-State Bluegrass Festivals, the Kendallville Apple Festival, Stone’s Trace Pioneer Festival and Regulators Rendezvous, Noble County Fair, and numerous community festivals. There’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Pick up a printed guide at the Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau, at brochure racks at Kendallville Chamber of Commerce and Fashion Farm or at all attractions. Or download the guide: