Warsaw is located in Northern Indiana along the historic Lincoln Highway
. It is at the intersection of US 30 and State Road 15. Warsaw is the county seat of Kosciusko County
, with a population of 14,000.
"Beneath the small-town ambiance hums an $11 billion engine, a highly profitable and fast-growing global orthopedics industry that sets this quiet Northern Indiana community apart from most other communities across the state--and the country."
In addition to being known as the "Orthopaedic Manufacturing Capital of the World," Warsaw is home to:
- Some of the largest printing presses in the world
- The world's largest manufacturer of projection screens
Warsaw is also surrounded by one of the strongest agricultural economies in the state.
Recreational areas abound in Warsaw and Kosciusko County. Ride+Walk Warsaw+Winona Lake
-- a trail that traverses between Warsaw and Winona Lake with approximately 4.5 miles completed to date. The City-County Athletic Complex
(CCAC), where more than 3,000 softball and soccer games are played every year, is located on the west side of Warsaw. The Lake City Skiers
perform on Hidden Lake throughout the summer season.
Warsaw has four lakes within its corporate limits:
- Center Lake
- Hidden Lake
- Pike Lake
- Winona Lake
These lakes offer several forms of water sports. Only four of the 17 townships in the county do not have lakes.
There are many facets to the operation of city government. We hope you find this site informative. Contact the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau
for more information about our community.