RV and Tent Camping In Warsaw, Indiana


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Downtown Warsaw, Indiana. Photo By Derek Jensen – Own work, Public Domain, Link

Warsaw is located about 99 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis, and about 39 miles northwest of Fort Wayne. The population of Warsaw in 2010 was 13, 559 people.

Warsaw was named after the European capital of Poland. Because of a man named Justin Zimmer and others, Warsaw is known as the “orthopaedic capital of the world.” The Justin Zimmer House, built in 1934, is a wonder to behold. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and has become a bed & breakfast establishment known as the White Hill Manor.

More information about Warsaw can be found at Wikipedia by CLICKING HERE.

Please note: Much of the information we provide on the various cities and towns of Indiana comes from a trusted source….Wikipedia. We use snippets of Wikipedia content for our visitors.

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Camping Links In Warsaw

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Pike Lake Campground

 


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Other campgrounds within 58 miles of…..
Pike Lake Campground…..CLICK HERE

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Nearby Eats & Other Fixin’s
American Table Restaurant
One Ten Craft Meatery
Schoop’s Hamburgers
Cozy Cottage Restaurant
Nearby Attractions
Dixie Boat
North Pointe Cinemas
The Bowling Alley
Warsaw Biblical Gardens
Warsaw Bowl

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