About Shipshewana LaGrange County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Shopper's Utopia

Shopper's Utopia

Wander the many different shops and stores that make downtown Shipshewana and LaGrange County a shopper’s utopia.

Amish Culture

Amish Culture

Witness the simple life of the Amish and Mennonites. Learn the history and culture of the two groups.

Things To Do

Things To Do

Keep busy with live entertainment, lakes, fishing, swimming, golf, hiking, shopping, buggy rides, museums and historical tours.

Fresh Baked

Fresh Baked

Freshly baked aromas will surround you in downtown Shipshewana where everything from pies to pizza can be found a plenty.

Who We Are

The Shipshewana/LaGrange County Convention & Visitors Bureau is a full service Visitor Center offering brochures, festival & event information and area maps. Our friendly travel consultants can also help with reservation assistance, regional information and resource information. Our Group Marketing staff offers customized itinerary planning, FAM tours, event coordination, step on guides and group packaging.

Phyllis Youga

Executive Director

Jordan Mazzoni

Sales Manager

Amy Frost

Marketing Manager

Brianna LeVasseur

Visitor Center Greeter/Admin Assistant

NEI Partners

The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership’s mission is to build, market and sell Northeast Indiana to increase business investment. Founded in 2006, the public-private partnership strives to build a globally competitive region. The Partnership’s Vision 2030 framework supports collaborative regional efforts to increase per capita income, population growth, and educational attainment by focusing on business attraction, talent attraction, and talent development.

Healthy Economy & Residents


Shipshewana/LaGrange County attracts more than 2 million leisure travelers, tour groups, and destination travelers anually, and is considered one of the top 5 most visited attractions in Indiana. The population of Shipshewana grows from approximately 670 residents to over 20,000 on a busy summer day.


According to a CERTEC study commissioned in 2017, the LaGrange County Convention and Visitors Bureau reported that the tourism travel industry contributed nearly $176.6 million to the economy in 2017. Tourists spent $126.5 million with $41.6 million generated in tax revenues. More than 1,898 jobs were created in 2017.


LaGrange County is ranked as the 5th healthiest county in Indiana due to the abundant natural resources and outdoor activities found within the county so that people of all ages can find something to keep them active year-round. Stop by Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife Area with 529 acres of lakes, 17 miles of free flowing river, and its many different woodlands and camping areas. LaGrange County is also home to 67 natural lakes and rivers that are ideal for canoeing and kayaking, as well as a vibrant county and town parks system.

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