Marshall County Blueberry Festival 2024 takes place Aug. 30-Sept. 2, and it’s the sweetest celebration of the year and the state’s largest four-day festival! This fruitful event is in its 58th year, and you’ve got to check it out in the lovely Centennial Park in Plymouth. Rides, games, food, parades, competitions, and so much more make this a spectacular celebration. Scroll on for all the details about this Indiana Blueberry Festival!

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Marshall County Blueberry Festival offers more information on its website. Also, look for updates on the Facebook page. For a fee, the official festival parking is located at Plymouth High School with a free round-trip tram service to and from the Blueberry Festival.

If you’ve ever been to this blueberry festival, we’d love to hear from you. Please share your experiences and photos with us below in the comments.

If you don’t know what to do with those delicious blueberries, find some recipes in the “Timeless Blueberry Cookbook.” And while you’re in Plymouth, visit the Milas Mini Market for some great tacos and unique groceries.

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What are some of the best festivals in Indiana?

  • Touch of Dutch Festival (DeMotte): Visit Spencer Park on the second Saturday of every August when thousands of folks visit from near and far. Watch the parade, a car show, and live entertainment. Shop the crafts and other vendors - especially the food. This free event also offers free parking.
  • St. John Oktoberfest (St. John): This celebration in September brings in some of the best live music for all ages. And the authentic German food includes delicious pretzels, schnitzels, and more.
  • Hummingbird Festival (Connersville): Located at the lovely Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary, this Indiana Audubon Hummingbird Migration Celebration is a festival for the ruby-throated hummingbird.
  • Van Buren Popcorn Festival: For more than 50 years, popcorn has been the focus of attention at this annual, fun-filled event. Participate in the parade, the Fireman's Pancake Breakfast, and the 5K run.

What are some of the best restaurants in Indiana?

  • Schwartz Family Restaurant: (Eckerty): Not only does this restaurant feature great home-style cooking, but it also hosts a festival in May with live music, homemade ice cream sundaes, and scrumptious Chicken Dinners!
  • Bush Family Restaurant (Terre Haute): For more than 40 years, folks have flocked here for some of the best comfort foods in town.

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