Top 5 “Fun in the Sun” Must Do’s in Marshall County | Visit Marshall County

Top 5 “Fun in the Sun” Must Do’s in Marshall County

Top 5 “Fun in the Sun” Must Do’s in Marshall County

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:

If you’re looking for a great way to cool down I suggest you head over to Lake Maxinkuckee in Culver. They have an awesome beach to spend a summer day at. It’s perfect for families that live around the area, or even out of town visitors. Make sure to supply your own beach towels and chairs, and don’t forget your sun screen! Open all summer long at 819. E Lake Shore Drive, Culver Indiana 46511.

Indiana summers can be beautiful, so why spend your day inside? The perfect place to get out and enjoy nature is the Potawatomi Wildlife Park. They have three hiking/biking trails, 1 mile, 3 miles, and 5 miles. It’s located on 16998 State Road 331, Tippecanoe Indiana 46570.

If you don’t spend at least one day out of your summer on a boat, then are you spending your summer correctly? One of the best lakes we have here in Marshall county that’s open to the public is Lawrence Lake. It’s clean, family friendly, and there’s plenty of fish to catch. It’s an extremely open lake, with no trees around, so it’s the perfect day to get a nice tan. Located at the northwest side of the lake, off of S Olive Trail, Plymouth Indiana 46563.

Camping over the summer is a must! Cooking out, scary stories by the campfire, and smores with extra chocolate is the best part of it all. Head over to Yogi Bear Jellystone Park for your awesome camping experience. Located at 7719 Redwood Road, Plymouth Indiana 46563.

Looking to get some extra exercise out on the links? Then the perfect places to go for that is Swan Lake, Mystic Hills, Spring-O-Mint, Woodbury, Pretty Lake Golf Club, and Tri-Way. These six beautiful courses are all located here in Marshall County. Most of them are family owned as well! So get outside and enjoy a summer day out on the course. For any more details please go to

Mystic Hills in Culver