Welcome to Goshen, Indiana. Here you’ll find a friendly community, mom & pop run small businesses, the Elkhart 4-H Fair, and more!
Goshen is the centrally located city in Elkhart County with Elkhart, Bristol, Middlebury, Nappanee, and Millersburg all circling around it.
Current population data estimates around 35,000 people are living in the city of Goshen and the median household income is around $54,000 per year. Unemployment rate has held steady around 3%. The Goshen economy is made up of the RV Industry, Construction Trades, Local Businesses, Financial Institutions, Restaurants, and Real Estate Offices. The RV Industry employs the largest percentage of the workforce as Elkhart County has been known as the RV Capital of the World.
If you head to Downtown Goshen you’ll find many boutique shops, restaurants, bars, art stores, the Goshen Library, historic architecture, excellent coffee shops, food trucks, and more! It’s a lively city with many events going on and a growing demand for people wanting to live downtown or near it, which has created an increase in real estate prices over the last 10 years.
Discover the Goshen Theatre, explore new bike trails and parks, plan your weekend at the Elkhart 4-H Fair, grab a coffee at the Electric Brew, visit historical museums, try old-fashioned candy, grab a pretzel at Jo Jos Pretzels, stop in for a drink at the local bars, and more!
Below you can learn more about Goshen by clicking on the different info boxes.
Goshen hosts First Fridays with over 29 downtown festival days to come out and experience all of the things Goshen has to offer.
These First Fridays are FREE events put on by the Goshen chamber of commerce. You can follow their Facebook page to see the event dates and which themes are taking place.
During winter months, Goshen residents get excited to watch the Holiday Train pass through the city on the rail tracks. The community also comes together downtown for the lighting of the Christmas Tree as well as pictures with Santa. Enjoy sipping on hot chocolate and trying out different local desserts and goodies at various coffee shops and restaurants.
Video Tour of Goshen, Indiana
Moving to Goshen?
We recommend giving Realtor Nick Foy a call. He works with RE/MAX Oak Crest Realty and will drop what he’s doing to pick up the phone and serve your housing needs!
You can give Real Estate Agent Nick Foy a call today at 574-387-2501 or email him at NickFoyHomes@gmail.com