Kosciusko Co. Convention & Visitors Bureau
Centrally located in northern Indiana, Kosciusko County and the City of Warsaw are linked to an extensive interstate system by U.S. 30. Warsaw is the county seat of Kosciusko County, with a population of 14,000. Outdoor adventures and sports are a centerpiece of life. The Ride+Walk Warsaw+Winona Lake is a trail that traverses between Warsaw and Winona Lake. The City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC), hosts more than 3,000 softball and soccer games every year, and the Lake City Skiers perform 30 shows for free on Hidden Lake throughout the summer season and the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center at Grace College is one of the premier basketball arenas in Indiana. Indiana’s Kosciusko County’s biggest attraction is our landscape, peppered with over a hundred lakes where rejuvenating moments happen on a daily basis. Here, amidst a unique tapestry of vast outdoor activities mixed with quiet escapes, you’ll find a beautiful collection of communities, parks, museums, spas, shopping and more, all geared toward helping you feel at your best.
The City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC)
A private not-for-profit 65+ acre sports facility with (8) eight lighted softball/baseball diamonds, (1) one lighted regulation size soccer field, (1) one non-lighted regulation soccer field, and (13) thirteen various sized soccer fields. There is a 60’ x 80’ multi-sport building which will hold Fitness Classes, leagues for Corn Hole, Men’s 5-On 5 Basketball, Coed Volleyball, Indoor Soccer, Pickleball and Tumbling. The CCAC sports facility hosts leagues and tournaments and provides a facility rental program. In 2008, the CCAC was the 1st Indiana Park inducted into the NSA Fast Pitch Softball Hall of Fame. Today, the CCAC is recognized as one of the top facilities in the Nation, hosting National Tournaments in men's, women's and youth events.
Physical Address: 3215 West Old Road 30, Warsaw, IN 46580
The Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center (MOCC)
The Ronald E. and Barbara J. Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center is one of the premier basketball arenas in Indiana. Constructed in 2007 with the aid of local orthopedic companies such as DePuy-Synthes and Zimmer-Biomet, the MOCC is home for Grace's men's and women's basketball programs as well as the Lady Lancer volleyball team. The MOCC has hosted a number of high-profile events in its short lifespan. The Harlem Globetrotters have performed twice at the MOCC, award-winning artists Lecrae, Matthew West and others have performed live, and world-renowned speakers Laura Bush, Louie Zamperini, Henry Winkler, Bob Goff and Tim Tebow have presented at the MOCC. The venue serves multiple functions within the Grace campus and the greater community. It serves as the home for Grace's undergraduate chapels on a weekly basis, hosts employee meetings and retreats for area corporations and is also an emergency community shelter.
Physical Address: 610 Wooster Road, Winona Lake, IN 46590
Lake City Greenway
A multi-use trail in and around the City of Warsaw and the Town of Winona Lake. With three completed portions, the Greenway provides access to recreation opportunities at the City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC) and Pike Lake Park. Beyer Farm Trail: The Beyer Farm Trail consists of a long boardwalk across the wetlands on the south shore of Pike Lake, with an asphalt section at each end. The trail connects Kosciusko Community Hospital complex with Pike Lake Park and Beach with a focus to education and preservation of natural wetlands. Chinworth Bridge Trail: The Chinworth Bridge Trail begins at the trailhead park on Old US 30 crossing over the historic Chinworth Bridge on the Tippecanoe River and continues to Zimmer Road. This portion of trail was the initial idea for the trail system as it connects the (CCAC) to the City of Warsaw. Krebs Trailhead Park - this park at 214 S. McKinley Street, Warsaw features restrooms, a drinking fountain, bicycle parking, a bicycle repair station provided by Warsaw Rotary, benches, a picnic shelter, trail information displays and vehicle parking. Krebs Trailhead Park is on an abandoned corridor of the Winona Interurban Railway. These bicycle and pedestrian facilities run south along McKinley Street and connect to Winona Lake’s Heritage Trail. Heritage Trail of Winona Lake: The Heritage Trail is 1.8 miles and begins at Winona Avenue, continuing through downtown Winona Lake, along Canal Street to Roy Street and incorporates the area of the Old Chicago Boys Club.