Kendallville

About 40 minutes northwest of Fort Wayne, Kendallville is a quaint city with a downtown on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Home to quirky attractions like the Mid-America Windmill Museum, this city has spirit and shows it at the annual Northern Indiana Bluegrass Festival, as well as the autumn Apple Festival.

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