Westville is a small rural town just 15 minutes from the shores of Lake Michigan.
Residents enjoy recreational opportunities in the form of parks and trails managed by the town. Bluhm County Park is one of the region’s best-kept secrets with 96 acres of wildflowers, several natural habitats, and a pond. The park also has natural and paved trails, a playground, picnic shelter, and an off-leash dog area. Nearby, Lincoln Memorial Trail Head provides 1.5 miles of multi-use trails.
Westville is also home to one of two Purdue University Northwest campuses in Northwest Indiana, offering a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The 239-acre campus also has a fitness center with group classes, cardio machines, and open gyms.
Located near Michigan City and Valparaiso, Westville puts residents in close proximity to the amenities of bigger cities. Notre Dame fans will also be excited to know that the university is only 40 minutes away.