Shipshewana Campground South Park 1105 S. Van Buren St. (SR 5) Shipshewana, IN 46565 (260) 768-4669 firstname.lastname@example.org RESERVE Guest Rated favorites email park bookmark park reviews write review LOCAL Shipshewana Campground South Park is located in the heart of Indiana's Amish Country in Shipshewana and close to great attractions! Open April 1 - October 29 Shipshewana Flea Market - One of the country's largest outdoor flea markets, the Shipshewana Flea Market is a great way to experience the heritage and culture of Amish country. The flea market boasts hundreds of booths and antique hunting. You'll find a great selection of traditional Amish items, including handmade quilts, jewelry, and collectibles, among other unique items. Every Wednesday antique auctions are held in the auction building. Facilities available include restrooms and several food services: snack bars, carry out shacks and authentic Amish/Mennonite cuisine at the "Auction Restaurant." The flea market is open May 2nd-September 22th every Tuesday and Wednesday. Mennohof Interpretive Center - This friendly non-profit information center teaches visitors about the faith and life of Amish, Mennonites and Anabaptists. You can learn about these faiths before you explore the rich landscape and culture in and around Shipshewana. See where the Amish and Mennonites had their beginnings through multi-image presentations, historic environments and colorful displays. Experience a European courtyard, dungeon, 17th century sailing ship, print shop, simulated tornado and an authentic meeting house. The Mennohof Interpretive Center is a unique opportunity to understand the history, life and faith of this exceptional culture. The Indiana Division of Tourism calls the Mennohof Center one of the seven hidden treasures of Indiana! Studebaker National Museum - Located in downtown South Bend, Indiana, the Studebaker National Museum seeks to preserve and highlight the Studebaker heritage. Studebaker is the only company to span the 114 years from settler's wagons to modern, high performance automobiles. The museum has over 70 vehicles on display, including President Lincoln's carriage and the original 1835 Conestoga Wagon. The collection also includes the last farm wagon the Studebaker Company made and a large selection of World War I military vehicles built for the Allies. If you're a history buff or just appreciate well-built, beautiful automobiles, the Studebaker National Museum will provide a sense of history and aesthetic appeal. The museum is open daily except holidays. RV/MH Hall of Fame - The MH-RV Hall of Fame. Founders Hall displays early rv's trailers, photos, and memorabilia reaching back to the 1920's and 1930's and is open to the public. The museum presents chronological and technological advancements in the industry from before WW I to the present.. Visit our LINKS PAGE for more information regarding area attractions.