Fort Wayne Is Just A Short Drive From Our Camden Dispensary
Legal Cannabis: An Hour Drive North on Highway 69
Did you know that Indiana is now just one of only 13 states where Marijuana is not legal in some form? The good news it that Michigan is just a quick ride away for many of the state’s residents. And with our new Camden location, it’s easier than ever to plan a weekend north to enjoy the great state of Michigan and fully legal recreational products.
You can view our menu and place an order so it’s ready by the time you arriving. 3Fifteen has an incredible selection of adult-use cannabis products that will satisfy any consumer depending on your preferences. Flower, oil, concentrates, edibles, drinks, topicals, and more—we’ve got it all. Our expert staff will be able to help you find the right choice depending on the desired effects and method of consumption, just ask away or check out our Learn & Grow section to get educated.
Open up Google Maps and find your route north. You can ride Highway 69 all the way to Michigan or take a fork on state road 427 for a quick glimpse of Ohio and the more scenic route. Whatever way, it’s a quick trip and worth the time spent in the vehicle for the goodies that await. While you’re in town, be sure to check out some of the local spots or head a bit further north to Hillsdale for a wider array of activities. Don’t forget to find a place to stay, AirBNB is a great resource.
A few things to keep in mind when partaking in cannabis tourism:
- Weed is still illegal in Indiana, you cannot bring product back with you
- The good news: Michigan is a great place to visit! Stay awhile and take in all the vibes
- Get familiar with the rules here in Michigan
Disappointed that marijuana is still illegal in Indiana? Head over to the Marijuana Policy Project to learn more about how you can help create change in your state.
Must be 21 or older to purchase THC products and have a valid state ID. Still curious how it all works? Feel free to hit up our toll-free line or send an email!
Learn more about the current state of Cannabis in Indiana and Michigan