Named for the chief of the small band of Potawatomi Indians who used the nearby lake and woodlands as a source for food and materials, Shipshewana is a quaint town rich with Native American and Amish/Mennonite culture. The town was later settled in the mid 19th century by Amish and Mennonites migrating from Pennsylvania, and it is still host to a large Amish and Mennonite population. Today, Shipshewana visitors have access to plenty of outdoor activities, historical and cultural activities (especially Amish/Mennonite and Native American history), food and dining venues, and much more.
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