Great River Inner Tubing: 4-H, Boy/Girl Scouts & School Groups
Enjoy & Relax for an Evening...One hour hayrides with-in Amish/Mennonite country, passing by farms, woods, & pasture fields! Pick-up at your Shipshewana hotel. Call for more details!
Guided Bicycle ToursGuided bicycle tour through Amish Country, suited for all ages and abilities. Bicycles to rent or you may bring your own. Call for more details!
Amish/Mennonite Countryside Guided Tours & Dinner ToursTravel the quaint back roads with a knowledgeable step on guide that will highlight the homes, farms, businesses, and schools in the area explaining the rich heritage and beauty of the area. Stops included are the Deutsch Kase Haus (cheese house), Yoder’s Popcorn, Dutch Market, Quilt shops, and Furniture shop. Allow 3 hours Call for pricing!
Optional: Threshers dinner includes: Real Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Homemade Noodles, Salads, Vegetables, Homemade Bread, (Real Butter & Jellies) Cream & Fruit Pies, and Meats –choice of two meats chicken, ham, delicious meat loaf patties, & Roast beef. Beverage included. Allow 1 ½ hours Call for pricing!
Optional Homemade Amish Peanut Butter & Bread to Motorcoach Clients!
Quilt Garden ToursTour the Elkhart/ Lagrange county Quiltgardens, stopping at an exquisite park located in Middlebury, where gardeners from around the world have taken pleasure in its beauty since its creation for the 1933 Chicago World’s fair. We don’t want to miss the Amish quilts shops along the way! As lunch time draws near, head off to a nearby Amish homestead for a traditional meal and an antique quilt trunk show by local quilt historian Rebecca Haarer. Allow 7 hours. Call for pricing!
Covered Bridge Tour/Menno-HofIn the morning, a tour of the Menno-Hof (An Amish/Mennonite Visitors Center) will explain the history and heritage cultures. In the afternoon enjoy a guided tour along the Indiana/Michigan State Line, touring the beautiful 1887 Langley covered bridge in the heart of Amish Country, the longest bridge in the state! Enjoy the beautiful Bonneyville Mill Park, home to Indiana’s oldest operating grist mill, powered by water, built in 1832. Watch as millers grind flour with stone, purchase some for home, and enjoy a scenic nature walk. In the evening sit back, relax and soak in the sites from aboard the Elkhart River Queen, a paddleboat that cruises on the St. Joseph River. Allowance - full day. Call for pricing!
School Groups ~ The Future for an “Educational Field Trip” to Amish Country!Visit a 70-acre family farm just outside of town, Shipshewana, experience the Amish farm life and have “hands –on” duties as our family milks Holsteins cows twice daily, we give the school children the opportunity to milk a cow by hand, have a taste of milk from the cow and help feed the baby calves, take pictures of the big Belgians work horses. Also offer Amish school visits, play games with the Amish children and have lunch with them. A Stop at the cheese factory watching cheese being made, while sampling many varieties. Time allowed: 3-4 hours. Call for pricing!
Optional Buggy rides available: Experience 1/4 hour buggy rides