Elkhart Lake Visitor's Center

  • Elkhart Lake's Visitor Center is located in downtown Elkhart Lake. Please stop in for a visit. We're open Monday through Friday (9-4) and Saturday mornings in the summer when the Farmers & Artisan's Market is underway across the street.

    Elkhart Lake's Visitor Center is located in downtown Elkhart Lake. Please stop in for a visit. We're open Monday through Friday (9-4) and Saturday mornings in the summer when the Farmers & Artisan's Market is underway across the street.
  • The Feed Mill Shops are located in a renovated feed mill in the center of the village square. The first (red) section is Elkhart Lake's original railroad depot which was restored and houses Off the Rail Cafe. Next in line is Gina's fine gifts and framing. The business at the far end is Elkhart Lake's home town grocery store.

    The Feed Mill Shops are located in a renovated feed mill in the center of the village square. The first (red) section is Elkhart Lake's original railroad depot which was restored and houses Off the Rail Cafe. Next in line is Gina's fine gifts and framing. The business at the far end is Elkhart Lake's home town grocery store.
  • Our Village Park is also in the center of town, next to the Visitor Center and across the street from the Railroad Museum. PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE, a limited edition, patriotic statue by renowned sculptor Glenna Goodacre, was donated to the Village of Elkhart Lake. It stands 6 feet tall with a flag on a 15-foot flagpole.

    Our Village Park is also in the center of town, next to the Visitor Center and across the street from the Railroad Museum. PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE, a limited edition, patriotic statue by renowned sculptor Glenna Goodacre, was donated to the Village of Elkhart Lake. It stands 6 feet tall with a flag on a 15-foot flagpole.
  • Century-old railroad station houses original depot furnishings, clippings, photos and memorabilia that chronicle the history of this resort community.

    Century-old railroad station houses original depot furnishings, clippings, photos and memorabilia that chronicle the history of this resort community.
  • A public walkway and overlook provide a grand view of Elkhart Lake which measures a bit more than a mile, covering about 400 acres. The perimeter of the lake is a good four miles.

    A public walkway and overlook provide a grand view of Elkhart Lake which measures a bit more than a mile, covering about 400 acres. The perimeter of the lake is a good four miles.

Knowledgeable staff offer advice on local and area travel planning. Free brochures from local businesses and attractions available. Also a selection of regional and statewide guides and maps.

Hours of Operation

Open year-round, Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. Open Saturday mornings June - mid-October. In addition, a kiosk located outside of the Visitor Center is fully stocked all year with Guides for Visitors, brochures, maps, and a selection of various other material to serve travelers.

Directions

Elkhart Lake Visitor Center is conveniently located in the Village Square which is within walking distance of the lake, accommodations, restaurants, attractions and shops. Also located in the Village Square are the Historic Railroad Depot, Village Park, Public Library and Municipal Offices.

Type of Center

  • Local Information Center

Publication Distribution

  • Local Area Pubs

Operated By

  • Non-Profit Tourism Organization

Open Hours

  • Open a Minimum of 5 Days a Week During Peak Travel Season

Services

  • Serve General Public
  • Staff Assists With Local Area Travel Planning
  • Brochures Displayed in Racks