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Shipshewana is a small town in northern Indiana, located close to the border with Michigan. The city is halfway between Detroit and Chicago, and is a two-hour drive from each city. Fort Wayne is around an hour’s drive south. Book an RV in Shipshewana, and you can experience this rural area of Indiana.

The first European settlers arrived in the Shipshewana region in the early 1830s. Shipshewana was named after a local Potawatomi Indian. This town is also famous for its Amish and Mennonite communities. Rent an RV in Shipshewana for a chance to see some of the most interesting historical locations and museums of the area, where you can learn about life in the 19th century.

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The Great Outdoors

Pine Knob Park is just about 20 minutes’ drive east when you have an RV rental in Shipshewana. The park consists of 229 acres of oaks, pines, soft maples, prairie oak savanna, fen, and Meteer Lake. This beautiful park offers some great outdoor recreational activities like archery, hunting, hiking, walking, fishing, and picnicking. In the park, you can find picnic shelters and tables, ideal for a day spent in nature with your family.

Dallas Lake Park is approximately 20 minutes’ drive southeast when you rent a motorhome in Shipshewana. The park covers around 140 acres on the shore and has a wonderful beach, which is a popular summer spot for swimming and water sports. There is also a wetland observation deck where you can go wildlife viewing and birdwatching. The hiking trail runs around the wetlands and through the woods and is a nice scenic location for walking and hiking.

Mallard Roost Wetland Conservation Area is an excellent place for hunting, located less than half an hour’s drive south when you rent a campervan in Shipshewana. Some of the animal species you can find here are rabbits, squirrels, waterfowl, deer, and pheasants. The South Branch of Elkhart River runs through the park and offers the opportunity for fishing and boating. This park is also a beautiful place for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, and picnicking.

RV Parks near Shipshewana

With an RV rental in Shipshewana, you can choose from a few RV parks in the town and surrounding area. Shipshewana RV Park and Service Center is one of them, located right next to a flea market. Here you’ll have your choice of sites with pull-through or back-in access, and there are full hookups, picnic tables, Wi-Fi, a camp store, and an RV service center on site. The proximity to the town center and flea market is the biggest advantage of this RV park, which is a great feature if you want to visit local attractions while you’re here.

Shipshewana Campground South Park is located in the southern part of the town and surrounded by beautiful greenery, and close to hiking trails and natural attractions. The park offers full hookups, pull-through and back-in sites, picnic tables at each site, Wi-Fi, community fire pits, portable fire pits, indoor and outdoor pavilions, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers, a gift shop, and more. This relaxing and quiet place could be ideal for a family vacation.

Shipshewana North Park Campground is on the opposite side of the town from South Park. This charming park is in a natural setting and also features a beautiful Florida room for activities and events, a barn-style meeting room, an oak pavilion, full hookups, and an ice cream and frozen custard stand. The park also has Wi-Fi and is wheelchair-accessible. Local attractions like a flea market, buggy and carriage rides, Dentzel Carousel, and others, are all close to the campground and you can take a short ride or a walk to access them.

Exploring the Town

Shipshewana is a charming little town with a lot of history and old neighborhoods. Take a buggy or carriage ride around the city and learn about the town’s past. Visit Amish communities and learn about their way of life. There are several different tours available in the town center for you to choose from.

Shipshewana Auction and Flea Market is one of the main attractions in the area, and it brings a lot of visitors from all around. One of the Midwest’s largest flea markets, this place features hundreds of vendors where you can buy everything from antiques to livestock. Spend a day at the market and take a lunch break at one of the rustic restaurants nearby.

Shipshewana Area Historical Society has a museum that preserves and interprets the history of the area. Here you can see publications, artifacts, photographs, and more. They also offer educational programs and tours where you will learn a lot about the Shipshewana region spanning from the 19th century through today.

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