Elkhart County stands alone in a state often divided between its northern and southern halves. In Indiana, where Indianapolis's west side is the little-visited realm of cornfields and bed and breakfasts, you can't miss Elkhart. Its skyline is dominated by factory smokestacks that stoutly pump out plumes of steam.
Elkhart County is the only county that touches two other states, Illinois and Michigan. Elkhart is also home to US 23, one of the nation's most important north-south roads (running through Ohio, Indiana, Michigan). The Indiana Toll Road (I-80/90) runs four miles through the city.
Elkhart is known as the "RV Capital of the World" and its musical heritage, earning it the nickname "Band-Box of the Midwest." It's home to Gennett Records, which during its heyday in the 1920s, produced such artists as Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, and Hoagy Carmichael. Elkhart's population is approximately 51,000 people. It is currently experiencing an influx of Latino immigration. The bulk of its Latino residents are from Mexico and Central America. Among Elkhart County's fastest-growing populations are Latinos and people from the African continent. Elkhart is a city that is constantly changing and growing. It offers its residents and visitors a unique history, industry, and culture blend. There is always something to do in Elkhart, and it is a great place to call home.
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