Regions & Communities
Marshall County Communities
FULL OF GENUINELY FRIENDLY PEOPLE
They say that if the people around you are happy, there won't be a shortage of visitors. That's certainly true in Marshall County. We really enjoy the simple pleasures that surround us. We're proud of our communities. And that shines through in our one-of-a-kind hospitality. When you visit our unique small towns with their specialty shops, great restaurants, and quaint B&B's, you'll experience a special charm that will make you want to stay longer than you planned.
Surround yourself with the charm of a classic Midwestern small town and the non-stop fun of the famous Marshall County Blueberry Festival— the Midwest's largest four-day festival. Discover Plymouth's downtown where friendly shopkeepers and restaurant owners make you feel like one of the family. Where streets are lined with trees and buildings from a century ago, all lovingly preserved.
Culver is a unique treasure in Northern Indiana, often referred to as the "Cape Cod of the Midwest." The town of 1,500 is quietly nestled at the northern edge of Lake Maxinkuckee, an 1800-acre spring fed lake that is the second largest natural lake in Indiana. Activities abound in this inviting lakeside community, including sailing, fishing, golfing, shopping and dining. But Culver's relaxed, casual pace is definitely one of its best features.
The nearly 5,000 citizens of Bremen have a way of making visitors feel right at home. The town takes pride in continually upgrading and renewing itself, while always remembering its roots. Start with the downtown, where Bremen's original 1882 water tower soars above the streets. You'll also find Hoople's Tavern, the longest standing tavern in Indiana.
Argos is a quaint town with small town values and hardworking residents. Every year, Argos proudly hosts the Marshall County 4-H Fair where it showcases the small town hospitality that makes living in the mid-west a joy every day.
Bourbon has a great small town rural atmosphere. The town's community spirit is symbolized in the memorial to The Old Town Pump and experienced in the warm greetings you can expect to receive.
Blueberries reign king in Marshall County, and nowhere is it more apparent than in this community, which is home to Tillman’s Farms. La Paz may be small, but you’ll still find some wonderful home-style cooking in the local restaurants.