Albion, IN- Visit Noble County produced new “trails” and interactive experiences for visitors and community member. With the mission to “promote tourism…and [enrich] visitors’ experiences”, Visit Noble County created resources for visitors to access Noble County’s amenities in a new way. Noble County is home to many unique outdoor experiences that Visit Noble County desires to highlight through these new “trails”.

The creation of “trails” allows visitors searching for specific experiences to plan and execute an enjoyable getaway. Initial “trails” include birding, fishing, and walking/biking trails, with the goal of adding more “trails” to the site in the future. These “trail” maps pinpoint locations that are key to unique visitor experiences. Interactive maps allow for users to get more information on each location and to view other attractions along the route.

In collaboration with SHOPNoble, Visit Noble County can highlight small businesses and restaurants that lie along these “trails”. The collaboration between small businesses and the tourism sector is priority for the county’s success.

“Launching this ‘trail’ program is key for us to attract niche visitor markets. Noble County has an abundance of unique experiences that many people do not know about. It is our goal at Visit Noble County to make these experiences known and enjoyable for community members and visitors,” said Executive Director, Emily Schneider.

In conjunction with these “trails” Visit Noble County is working to bring awareness to accessible experiences for visitors. A new page on their website features accessible outdoor recreational experiences, restaurants, and attractions.

“We believe marketing accessible experiences in our community is key to welcoming all visitors to Noble County. With unique experiences like a free all-terrain wheelchair at Chain O’ Lakes State Park, we hope to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all visitors,” says Executive Director, Emily Schneider.  

For more information about the new “trails” or accessibility page, contact Visit Noble County at 260-636-3602 or visit www.visitnoblecounty.com.


About Visit Noble County

The Noble County Convention and Visitors Bureau strives to promote tourism by connecting partners and events, developing unique assets and enriching visitors’ experiences in a way that contributes to economic growth.

Emily Schneider

Executive Director, Visit Noble County



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