City of Lakes

Warsaw is the county seat and known for having a vibrant downtown with an infusion of lakes and beautiful parks. Warsaw is situated around three lakes including Center Lake, Pike Lake, and Hidden Lake. These provide for paddle boarding, fishing, ski shows, swimming, and kayak recreation. Local parks and beaches keep families entertained during the summer. There are walking and cycling trails that run around the city and bike-ways that connect points of interest in the community.

Warsaw is also known as the Orthopedic Capital of the World due to the many orthopedic companies that were founded and remain here. The orthopedic industry is the largest provider of jobs in the county. 

Browse the shops where you will find boutiques, antiques, fashions, furniture, jewelry, books, artisan, art galleries, and Himalayan Salt rooms. The newly enhanced alley and courtyard square provide public spaces for the locals to gather and spend time together.

There is a lot to do in the area to say the least. Consider these recommendations, among many to experience during your visit: Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts, Warsaw Cut Glass, Old Jail Museum, MudLove Pottery, Lake City Skiers, Warsaw Biblical Gardens, First Fridays Downtown, and the Central Park Concert Series.

Savor a great meal outdoors or lakeside at one of the wonderful restaurants throughout the city. Local vibe restaurants offer a wide range of foods to excite your taste buds.

There are numerous overnight accommodations that you can choose from when planning your visit. 

Warsaw has a flair for blending care of community with progressive opportunities and events for visitors and residents. It embraces a broad mix of things to do, see, experience, and it creates perfect moments for all ages. 

Learn More About Warsaw

City of Warsaw

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Warsaw Community Development Corporation

Warsaw Community Development Corporation – Facebook