This rural community in northern Kosciusko County is home to Maple Leaf Farms, Inc., the world’s largest producer of ducklings. Milford is also home to printer/publisher The Papers Incorporated whose largest publication is Auto & RV, which publishes books for Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Tennessee.
Waubee Lake is a small 187-acre freshwater natural lake situated 2 miles southeast of Milford in Kosciusko County.
Milford restaurants are local favorites. From authentic Mexican to famous homemade breaded tenderloins, it’s worth the drive to eat in Milford. For a sweet treat, stop by Milford Scoops and choose one or more of their 18 flavors of hand-scooped ice cream.
The Milford Public Library is a community institution that attempts to meet the informational, cultural, recreational, and educational needs of all the community’s residents regardless of age or formal schooling.
The Town of Milford celebrates Memorial Day weekend with Milford Fest. Activities include garage sales, car show, a variety of live entertainment, rides and food vendors. The weekend concludes on Monday with the Memorial Day Parade, Memorial Service and Nelson’s Port-A-Pit chicken sale.
Did you know?
- Chore Time Brock (CTB), a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of agricultural systems and solutions, is headquartered in Milford.
- Camp Alexander Mack Christain Camp, Retreat & Conference Center, is home to a mural history of the Church of the Brethren. The mural history consists of 12 murals depicting the history of the Brethren from its 1708 beginning in Germany to 1949, the year the murals were painted.
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