Recreational Activities Abound in Warsaw, Indiana
Warsaw has a lot to offer when it comes to recreational assets. Do you enjoy the outdoors? Then you’ll enjoy our miles of bike and pedestrian trails or the 100+ natural lakes in Kosciusko County. Are you a foodie? Warsaw and Winona Lake have restaurants that feature a great variety of delicious culinary specialties. Need an arts and culture fix? We have that, too – ranging from local theatre to nationally-recognized touring musical acts.
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Eat and Drink
With a global clientele that reflects Warsaw’s economic base, the offerings for food and drink are incredibly varied, ranging from smaller farm-to-table eateries to popular restaurant chains. To learn more about your options, visit the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau website and check out their extensive food, drink and entertainment section.
Arts and Culture
The Warsaw region boasts a thriving arts environment that includes the Village at Winona artisan village and The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, which incorporates a professional theater, The Symphony of the Lakes, the Center Street Community Theater and Wagon Wheel Junior. Festivals celebrate the heritage and culture of the region throughout the year. For more information, see the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau site and check out our Event Calendar.
Outdoors and Wildlife
With more than 100 natural lakes in Kosciusko County, residents and visitors of the Warsaw region love the outdoors. There are wildlife areas, golf courses, bike trails, greenways and many other assets that contribute to the quality of life in Warsaw, Winona Lake and Kosciusko County.