March 13, 2022

Top Spring Break Options in Marshall County

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Spring break in Marshall County is just a short week away and if you are staying closer to home we have some fun ideas to enjoy for a weekend or just a day trip.  Make memories with your family and friends while enjoying our communities and attractions.

Hiking and Explore the Outdoors…

Bundle up and head out and work your way over to the Lake Maxinkuckee Path where you can enjoy scenic views of Culver while enjoying the fresh air. You’ll get to see glimpses of Culver Academy as well as well as other areas of Culver you wouldn’t get to see if you were driving. Enjoy the 2.5 miles path with friends, family or buy yourself for some quiet time.

Potawatomi Wildlife Park and get into nature and explore one of our county’s hidden gems! Plants and animals come first at this sanctuary that’s a haven for hikers and birdwatchers.  Boarded by the Tippecanoe River, it’s made up of woodlands, fields, ponds, and wet-lands and is home to the state’s first Dark Sky Preserve, designated a perfect place to view the sky at night without interfering light.  The park, which encompasses 317 acres and contains nearly five miles of hiking trails, is also located near Benack’s Village which was lead by Osheakkebe, also known as Steven Benack. There is some awesome history that can be found at Potawatomi Wildlife Park. If that isn’t enough adventures for you here, , you can cross country ski on the trails as long as the weather permits it.

Have you had the opportunity to explore The Trails at Mill Pond in Plymouth? Multi-use mountain biking/hiking trails now open at Mill Pond County Park in Marshall County, Indiana.

Arts and Crafts…

GG’s Kiln, a new art studio that offers you the opportunity to glaze-paint your very own unique piece or shall we say “souvenir” of your trip to Marshall County. Guests can select from dinnerware, children’s pieces, figurines, seasonal items, and tons more! Everything is provided for you to enjoy creative time with family and friends! All you need to do is come ready to create! In the future, GG’s Kiln plans to expand into glass and other products so be ready to come back again! You can call and set your time to be creative at 574-842-2000.

Head over Bourbon, Indiana and paint something beautiful! No talent required, Create-UR-Canvas offers a safe and fun environment to learn how to paint together.  You will be painting with others one step at a time. I promise you CAN do this! Guaranteed to laugh and have an AMAZING time. Also, make an appointment to for SPLATTER ROOM!

And be sure not miss Heartland Artist Gallery’s YOUTH ART MONTH! March 1-26, 2022, stop in to see what the young artists of Marshall County are learning and creating! You’ll be amazed at their creativity, imagination, and talent! Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm!


Once ready to head out, meander on over to Downtown Plymouth and check out the Marshall County Historical Museum and Crossroads Center where you will find an abundance of local county history! There is a room that is dedicated to the Crossroads of America as well as different exhibits for everyone in the family to enjoy. There is a kid’s corner, a train room and even a sports room that displays sports within the county over the years. If genealogy is an interest, check out the Genealogy Department and see what information you might be able to find on any locals that may be part of your family history. Don’t forget to pick up a souvenir in the gift shop that showcases history in Marshall County in one way or another.  Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm!

Located in Downtown Bremen, the History Center in Bremen and Train Depot are open for visitors every Tuesday from 10am-2pm! Displays bits of Bremen’s history, from the town’s origins as an agricultural center and home of the Holland (later American) Radiator factory to the political career of Bremen’s own Doc Bowen.

For more information, contact us at 574-936-1882!