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Group Accommodations

Swan Lake Resort offers 92 spacious guest rooms, with amenities such as flat screen satellite televisions, in-room fresh brewed coffee, wireless internet, hair dryers, either two queen beds or one king bed, desk area, iron & ironing boards, and oversized mirrors. Other group accommodations include cabins, cottages, fairway villas, and the fairway house. All overnight stays include hot breakfast at Dickies Restaurant.
5203 Plymouth-LaPorte Trail, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-5680
5203 Plymouth-LaPorte Trail, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-5680
319 East Jefferson, Culver, IN 46511
574-842-2683
2619 N. Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-2444
9601 S. Union Road, Donaldson, IN 46513
574-935-1780
2160 N. Oak Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-8856

Group Dining

Located across from beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee, this tasty restaurant serves pasta, salad, burgers, sandwiches, and more. At The Lakehouse Grille, we strive to provide the best food, service, and atmosphere for all our guests. Stop by today for an amazing dining experience!
620 Lake Shore Drive, Culver, IN 46511
574-842-2234
5203 Plymouth-LaPorte Trail, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-5680
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7290 Michigan Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-9190
319 East Jefferson, Culver, IN 46511
574-842-2683
2227 N Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-5100
9601 S. Union Road, Donaldson, IN 46513
574-935-1780

Group Attractions

Established in 1972, delights await visitors and residents to a small shop for a host of goods, affectionately known as "The Cheese King of the Midwest." Cheese in abundance, with over 80 variates, along with deli meats, a wide variety of bulk foods, including homemade noodles, candies and granola. You'll love the scrumptious baked goods - breads, cakes, pies, and 10 types of cookies. One must stop by the store's Snack Den which serves breakfast and lunch. Hours are Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm and Saturday from 8am to 5pm.
1533 3rd Road, Bremen, IN 46506
574-546-9010
123 North Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-2306
The Culver Academies is a college prep school comprised of The Culver Military Academy (CMA), founded in 1894 and The Culver Girls Academy (CGA), founded in 1971. CMA is based on a military system that is designed to teach the principles of leadership, integrity, self-discipline, manners and respect for self, others and authority. The Culver Girls Academy operates under a system of self-government known as a prefect system. Structured with legislative, judicial and executive branches, the CGA system allows each girl the opportunity to lead and progress to higher levels of responsibility. The redbrick buildings on the New Englandesque, 1800-acre campus contain military touches like turrets and parapets and are located on the shore of beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee. The chapel houses the second largest pipe organ and clarion in the United States. The Vaughn Equestrian Center has the largest indoor riding arena located on an academic campus. The 47,000 square foot library is one of the most modern secondary school libraries in the country, with a shelf capacity for 150,000 volumes, providing the latest in technology. Perhaps the academy’s biggest source of pride, however, is its Black Horse Troop; the largest remaining mounted cavalry unit in the United States. The Troop has ridden in 13 Presidential Inaugural Parades starting with President Woodrow Wilson’s in 1913 through President George W. Bush’s in 2001. Culver boasts such well-known alumni as Hal Holbrook and Gene Siskel, as well as scores of corporate chieftains such as Yankees owner George Steinbrenner and Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams. Several Congressmen and Governors also attended the school.
1300 Academy Road #122, Culver, IN 46511
574-842-7000
The Ancilla Domini Chapel dominates the center wing of the main building of the Motherhouse for the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in the U.S. province. The first Sisters came from Germany in 1868 and settled near Fort Wayne, Indiana. In 1918 they purchased property just beyond Donaldson for retreat, rest and recreation. On May 24, 1923, the “Chapel in the Corn Field” was dedicated. The architecture of the Ancilla Domini Chapel expresses a great movement of the human spirit. The neo-Gothic columns of the nave soar up as if reaching toward heaven.

The columns are decorated with the ancient Greek and Roman design, the Corinthian style, used often by the Romans in their adaptations of Greek forms. Frances Xavier Zettler of the Royal Barvarian Institute of Munich, Germany designed the German baroque style of stained glass windows. The altars are made of butternut and golden oak and were made in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and hauled to Donaldson in freight wagons. All the statues are woodcarvings from Germany. On the unique ceiling are featured images of angels supporting symbols of Mary as queen. Louis Van Dinter as his last masterpiece built the large organ. The pipes were made in Pennsylvania by Gottfried, a firm famous for the art of voicing organ pipes. The organ has 21 ranks in three divisions and 1,291 pipes. The interior was painted for the first time in 1951; the centennial of the order’s beginning in Dernbach, Germany. Master artists from the DaPrado Studio in Chicago used the many shades of gray in the design. The PHJC Ministry Center with its beautiful grounds and prayer garden is located on the shore of Lake Gilbraith. Worship is the purpose of this chapel - to respond to God’s unconditional love through beauty, music, words and actions. Ecumenical groups frequently enjoy this worship space. It is a place of prayer for people of all faiths. The Ancilla Domini Chapel is open to all that visit the PHJC Ministry Center.

9601 S. Union Rd., Donaldson, IN 46513
574-936-9936
1074 U.S. HWY 6, Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-7939
102 S. Main Street, Culver, IN 46511
574-842-8842
201 N Michigan St, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-1882
2300 N. Pine Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-3243

Group Events

Marshall County is host to the largest 4 day festival in Indiana, with nearly a half a million attendees over the Labor Day Weekend. The festival provides a wide variety of entertainment on 3 stages, craft and commercial booths, delicious and unique food booths, while lighting up the sky with a spectacular fireworks display, a grand parade, foot race, car show, and so much more.
233 E. Jefferson Street, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-5020
The Encore Performing Arts Commission is a non-profit organization based in Marshall County, Indiana. Encore provides the arts to our local communities. They also help musicians, bands, and performing artists reach a wide range of audiences in Marshall County. Encore produces many events throughout the year, showcasing the talents of many performers. Call for more information.
1305 W. Harrison St., Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-4987
511 W. Grant Street, Bremen, IN 46506
574-546-2667

Group Shopping

Delights await visitors and residents to a small shop for a host of goods, affectionately known as "The Cheese King of the Midwest." Cheese in abundance, with over 80 variates, along with deli meats, a wide variety of bulk foods, including homemade noodles, candies and granola. You'll love the scrumptious baked goods - breads, cakes, pies, and 10 types of cookies. One must stop by the store's Snack Den which serves breakfast and lunch. Hours are Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm and Saturday from 8am to 5pm.
1533 3rd Road, Bremen, IN 46506
574-546-9010