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It’s the best summer dish you see at most cookouts, fairs, or any other summer event you attend. Yes, you already know what it is…BBQ!

It’s summer time here in Marshall County and there’s always something awesome to do. Grab your family and friends, enjoy your summer vacation, and head on out to the events that are taking place. Summer is a time to make memories!

It's that time of year again in good ol' Indiana. Schools out and summer is in.

If you're tired of doing the same old activities you do every summer, then here's the top 5 most exciting summer activities that will make your summer '17 awesome. So get outside, enjoy the summer sun, and lets have some fun!

Time to flock to the beach. Get out in the boat. Celebrate the warm sun with a festival, or two. Stay up late and count the stars as they appear. Enjoy an outdoor performance. Eat way too much at a corn roast.

Discover our Top 5 outdoor activities to explore in Marshall County:

Swan Lake Resort

Looking to get away for a weekend? Or longer? Whether you’re a local or traveling here we offer some of the best varies of places to kick back, relax, and take time to unwind…

Blueberry Dude

Let the Labor Day festivities begin! Marshall County has a lot to offer this weekend! There is the Gift of Warmth film festival in Culver. Farmer’s Markets in Bremen, Culver and Plymouth. An evening of night observing at Potawatomi Wildlife Park and of course, the Marshall County Blueberry Festival!

Torch relay exhibit thru Marshall County

Experience this once in a lifetime opportunity by watching the passing of the official Indiana Bicentennial Torch through Bremen, Lapaz, Plymouth, and Culver.

Patterned after the Olympic Torch Relay Indiana’s version will pass through all 92 counties the state’s counties, cover 3,200 miles over a five week period, averaging 97 miles per day.

Tri-way Drive in

Summer doesn’t have much time left, but there’s still plenty of time to complete the ‘must do’ list below!

Mystic Hills Golf on Pete Dye Trail

Calling all Golfers!  I know you are itching at your seams to pull out your clubs and hit some major greens!  With warmer weather upon us, its time to get back into the “swing” of things by discovering Indiana’s new Pete Dye Golf Trail.