Explore Goshen

Get more out of your stay

When you’re looking for a place to get away from it all but still have access to plenty of options, Goshen is the place to be.

Whether you intend to wile away the hours on the porch with your favorite book or packing a day full of new adventures, the options are surprisingly bountiful. We’ll gladly put together a list of recommendations to make your stay in our favorite city memorable. If you want to check some online options, we recommend the Good of Goshen and Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

We have several bicycles available for a ride out on the Pumpkinvine Trail or just around town.  If you have interest in using our Inn bicycles, let us know so we can make them available for your use.

We’d love to share our personal expertise on anything you need to know: favorite local haunts, the area’s best cuisine, insider tips on entertainment, driving directions to area attractions. We also know that sometimes you need a quiet retreat and a place to hole up without much interruption … that’s why we’ll gladly respond to any questions and respect your need for space as you feel comfortable.


Goshen area attractions

Inn on South Fifth

Home Sweet Home

Abshire Park

Abshire Park marks the beginning of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail. Take the day and ride through beautiful countryside to Middlebury and onward to Shipshewana.

Goshen Farmers Market

Get fresh local foods and soak in some Goshen culture at the Goshen Farmers Market. West Washington and 2nd Street is also a great access point to the Maple City Greenway.

Fidler Pond Park

The park has an 80 acre pond with canoe, kayak and pedal boat rentals; fishing pole rentals; catch and release fishing.

Goshen Theater

The historic Goshen Theater is the heart of the city’s cultural center, and it is slated for significant updates!

The Old Bag Factory

The Old Bag Factory was built in 1896 and now features unique shops and restaurants for your enjoyment.