About Warsaw, IN
The town of Warsaw in Northeast Indiana has a population of almost 15,000 residents. It’s close to several lakes in the Kosciusko County area which offer numerous recreational activities, including swimming, boating, and fishing.
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Center Lake, which is in Central Park, spans 130 acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet. You can fish on the lake, and anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish. Canoe rentals are also available, and all of the necessary equipment is provided.
On the north side of Warsaw, you can find Pike Lake. This 228 acre lake offers many of the same activities as Center Lake as well as a handicap accessible boat ramp and a campground.
From spring until fall, visitors can take a tour of the Warsaw Biblical Gardens located in Central Park. Here you can learn about and admire different plant species mentioned throughout the Bible.
For over 50 years, the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts has provided a unique theater experience. Its circular design features a stage directly in the center, allowing spectators to have a clear view of the performance no matter where they sit.
The Beyer Farm Trail has almost 1,800 feet of boardwalk surrounded by wetlands. The main purpose of the trail is to educate the public about the functions of the 60-acre wetlands and the wildlife that lives there.
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Raccoon Run Golf Course and the Stonehenge Golf Course. The Rozella Ford Golf Course, one of the best public golf courses in Northern Indiana, can be found in Warsaw. Play through 18 holes on fantastic greens, practice at the driving range, or take a break in the relaxing lounge Rozella has to offer. Warsaw also offers some family-friendly amenities, including a skating center and gaming lounge.
Connecting Warsaw to nearby Winona Lake, Indiana, is the Lake City Greenway. Residents can easily travel between the towns to spend the day at the lake or browsing through the shops at the Village at Winona. The Village offers a distinct shopping experience and hosts numerous festivals and community gatherings throughout the year — all of which are easily accessible to residents of Warsaw.
Warsaw is close to multiple towns in the area, all of which provide even more amenities and entertainment options. Fort Wayne is only 55 minutes away, providing family-friendly fun, excellent dining options, and unique shopping venues.