Noble County - Getting to the Fairgrounds
Noble County was formed in 1836. It was named for Governor Noah Noble, Governor of the State of Indiana from 1831 to 1837. The Noble County Community Fair takes place each year at the Fairgrounds in Kendallville, Indiana. Kendallville is conveniently located in northeast Indiana, 11 miles from Interstate 69, with easy access to Interstates 65 and 70, as well as to the 80/90 Toll Road. State Road 3 and US 6, which runs right through Kendallville, are also available when traveling to nearby local towns. Kendallville's central location puts it within a 3-4 hour drive from many major US cities, including Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis and Cincinnati. With the charming shops of Historic Main Street, nearby lakes, picturesque public golf courses, and popular parks and recreation facilities, there is never a shortage of activities for the whole family to enjoy, one of each year's biggest events being the Noble County Community Fair, which has been held annually since 1882.