Whether your favorite summer moments are fully energized or completely relaxed, Kosciusko County offers a variety of experiences for living well in the summer.

Summer state of mind

Experience theatre in the round at the Wagon Wheel Theatre in Warsaw. Every summer—June through August—you can enjoy incredible musicals and theater productions in this unique venue where you’re never more than ten rows from center stage.

Step aboard Indiana’s oldest stern-wheel paddleboat and be transported back in time. The Dixie was built in 1929, and offers a 70-minute tour of Webster Lake complete with stories about its history.

Summer in motion

Rent a boat and journey through the chain of lakes (entered through the east side of Tippecanoe Lake). The vast channel system includes a manually operated lock and scenery right out of the Florida everglades. Find a quiet cove and drop your fishing line. Make some waves with all the other skiers. Or cruise along the shoreline, admiring the beautiful lake homes.

Take a swing at Rozella Ford Golf Club where some nice elevation changes and an exceptional layout make for a challenging round. Maxwelton Golf Club on County Line Road includes some lengthy par-5 holes. South ShoreRaccoon Run, Indian Hills and Wawasee Golf all offer fun rounds. Also, if you know a member, be sure to get to Stonehenge andTippecanoe Country Club for an immaculately manicured private golf club experience.

The spirit of summer

Revitalize with the sounds of top-quality symphony orchestras playing each weekend from mid-June to mid-July. These concerts are a part of the MasterWorks festival. Each year some 250 advanced students of music, dance and theater gather on the Grace College campus to study and perform. They are joined by approximately 90 highly skilled faculty members who have been recruited from well-known schools of music, orchestras, and dance and drama troupes. And to top it off, all concerts are free.