Get Outdoors in Noble County!
Noble County is home to award-winning golf courses, miles of trails, and other recreational activities, making Noble County a great place to stay active.
In addition to traditional golf, Noble County is home to multiple disc golf courses.
Click here to view the maps of the courses in Albion, Kendallville, and Ligonier.
DNR Access Points
Hidden Ego, Event & Recreation Facility
Located in Kendallville, Hidden Ego is an outdoor recreation center open to the public of any age. Here people can enjoy recreational volleyball, cornhole, ping pong, live music, a bar, food, and great times with friends and family. Visit Hidden Ego on Facebook to learn more about their hours of operation and volleyball league opportunities.
Kendallville Outdoor Sports Complex
This newly completed Sport’s Complex is home to 89 acres of diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts, shuffleboard, and a lot for over 700 cars. Athletic fields are irrigated and lighted to a professional standard. With fully functioning restroom facility and concessions, this Complex is a great home for your next tournament. Learn more here.
Book your appointment to enjoy this outdoor baseball and softball training center. Equipped with batting cages, automatic pitchers, hitting stations and more, Play Ball is the perfect opportunity for team training and bonding. Appointments can be booked by emailing email@example.com or calling 260-242-0819.
Community Parks & Splash Pads
ACRES Land Trust
ACRES Land Trust strives to acquire and own land to protect working land, forests, wetlands, native grasslands, unique geologic formations and habitat for rare, threatened and endangered species. With six properties in Noble County, these preserves are open to the public from dawn to dusk. Click here to learn more about these locations and the rules for visiting these grounds.
Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center
Owned by Goshen College, Merry Lea is comprised of 1,189 acres of various ecosystems. The staff is dedicated to preserving a natural sanctuary for Indiana native plants and animals while providing education for all ages. Merry Lea’s many miles of trails are open from dawn to dusk year round with no charge. Plan a trip to visit their education center and gift shop. For more information about all these experiences, visit their website.
Chain O’Lakes State Park
Chain O’Lakes is a system of 13 lakes, 9 of which are connected. Spend the day on the lake kayaking or canoeing or hike some of their many trails that venture through the park’s wooded areas. If you’re looking for a place to stay, they have a variety of cabins to accommodate any family. Click here to visit their website for more information.