South Bend

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South Bend is a city on the St. Joseph River in Indiana. It is the fourth largest city in the state and a permanent fixture in American history and culture. South Bend was made synonymous with manufacturing innovation at the turn of the century thanks to industry leaders like the Studebaker corporation. If you are looking for recreational fun, in Michiana, there are plenty of activities to enjoy. We are sure you will enjoy one of the activities we’ve listed below.

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Four Winds Field Coveleski Stadium

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If like us, athletic fields are your repertoire, the Four Winds Field Coveleski Stadium on South St. is the perfect place to catch a minor league baseball game with the Southbend Cubs. It offers family-friendly fun with an interactive sports building, kids-zone, splash park, and fun, entertaining events.

Four Winds South Bend Casino

Four Winds South Bend is the newest of the Four Winds and is located just off of the 31 Bypass in South Bend, Indiana. With five dining options including their signature Copper Rock Steakhouse, there is something for every palate in the family. There are over 1,400 games including 10 live poker tables.

Potawatomi Park

Potawatomi Park sits on the eastern side of the city and on the opposite side of the St. Joseph River. It features a variety of amenities, including a performing arts stage, a splash pad, an accessible playground, and a direct connection to the Potawatomi Zoo, Indiana’s oldest animal park. On the southeast side of Potawatomi Park, the Potawatomi Conservatory features year-round tropical plants and waterfalls.

Bendix Woods County Park

About 20 minutes west of South Bend is Bendix Woods County Park. Located in St. Joseph County, it is 195 acres, 27 of which are a state dedicated Nature Preserve. A popular destination for families, it features one of the best spring woodland wildflower displays in the region. It also procures hiking trails, mountain bike trails, interpretive programs, rentable picnic shelters, tractor-drawn hayrides, and a large playground. Formerly part of the Studebaker complex, the original Clubhouse is now a nature center and office building and is on the National Historic Registry. The pine trees planted to spell “Studebaker” in the 1930s grow here and are listed in the Guinness Book of Records and the National Historic Registry.

Fernwood Botanical Gardens

Fernwood Botanical Gardens is where people, plants, and nature come together. It is an arboretum, botanical garden, and nature preserve covering an area of 105 acres. Outside, it hosts miles of trails. Indoors, visitors may enjoy an art gallery, fern conservatory, nature center, cafe, and gift shop. Fernwood originally began as the home of Kay and Walter Boydston, who purchased it in 1941. Now it hosts classes, workshops, lectures, concerts, trips, exhibits, and special events. It is open to the public, and an admission fee is charged.

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