Looking for a weekend vacation? The town of Syracuse in Kosciusko County, is a visitor favorite! Whether you’re an outdoors adventurer, a shopping superhero, a relaxation expert, or a food aficionado, Syracuse, Ind. has something for you!

Day 1


Wawasee Antiques

Start your trip off by diving into a collection of antiques and collectibles. Wawasee Antiques offers a mix of vintage toys, jewelry, lamps, furniture, pottery, paintings, and more.

Wawasee Antiques, Syracuse, Ind.


Peterson’s Fish

For lunch visit Peterson’s Fish, a local family owned restaurant. They’re famous for their fish, but also prime rib and salads!

Peterson’s Fish, Syracuse, Ind.


Lakeside Park and Beach

This park is stunning. With a beach, playground, pavilion, gazebo, and beach volleyball area, it has something for everybody.

Lakeside Park and Beach, Syracuse, Ind.


Channel Marker

Located on the channel between Syracuse Lake and Lake Wawasee, this restaurant provides great food and views.

The Channel Marker, Syracuse, Ind.


For choosing where to spend the night, pick between Brook Pointe Resort or Oakwood Resort.

Brook Pointe Resort

This resort is located on a 20 acre wooded lot, with walking trails, a hotel, cabins, kids zip line, and salt water pool.

Brook Pointe Resort, Syracuse, Ind.

Oakwood Resort

Nestled on Lake Wawasee, Oakwood Resort features a beach, kayaking, biking, a tour boat, and The Pier & Back Porch restaurant.

Oakwood Resort, Syracuse, Ind.

Day 2

Fuel up

Syracuse Cafe

Stop at the Syracuse Café for breakfast. This friendly restaurant serves home cooked specialty omelets and other breakfast foods.

Syracuse Cafe, Syracuse, Ind.


Syracuse-Wawasee Trails

The Syracuse-Wawasee Trails are a network of more than 11-miles of walking/bicycling trails. You can explore the town of Syracuse, Syracuse Lake, and Lake Wawasee.

Syracuse-Wawasee Trails, Syracuse, Ind.


Syracuse-Wawasee Historical Museum

For a look at local history stop by the Syracuse-Wawasee Historical Museum. They have Native American artifacts, military collections, local historic businesses showcases, and musical furniture.

Syracuse-Wawasee Historical Museum, Syracuse, Ind.


Sleepy Owl Supper Club

For lunch visit the Sleepy Owl Supper Club. Located near Lake Wawasee, the Sleepy Owl Supper Club serves delicious food and has indoor and outdoor dining, with a patio, waterfall, and fire pit.

Sleepy Owl Supper Club, Syracuse, Ind.


Blue Barn Berry Farm

Stop by this amazing country market. They grow seasonal fresh produce, chickens provide farm-fresh eggs, bees provide honey, and the fruit is made into jellies and jams. They even have soft serve ice cream, smoothies, coffee, kettle corn and pastries.

Blackberries at Blue Barn Berry Farm, Syracuse, Ind.

Plan Your Visit

Syracuse, Ind. has recreation, shopping, dining, and lodging opportunities, that make it a visitor favorite. Plan your weekend vacation by following our itinerary or find more things to do in Kosciusko County with the Visit Kosciusko County website.

Mitchell Randall