Warsaw is a city and the county seat of Kosciusko County. It's 50 miles south of South Bend. Homes for rent in the area are surrounded by several lakes, including Winona Lake, Pine Lake, Center Lake, Hidden Lake, Wawasee Lake and Tippacanoe Lake.
Aside from water activities, there's plenty to do in Warsaw. Visit Wagon Wheel Theatre, known for their regular season productions as well as new ones each year. Grab a few drinks and apps at Oak and Alley, known for its extensive drink menu and speakeasy atmosphere. Test out your swing at the Rozella Ford Golf Club.
Facts for Renters
Warsaw was named after the city in Poland, and was incorporated as a city in 1854. The first elections were held, courthouses developed and newspapers established well before incorporation.
Warsaw was very involved in transportation, and had developed their own railroad lines by the mid-1800s. Later on they developed an electric trolley system for commuters and created gas traffic lights. Both the trains and the trolleys went to other significant cities in the area, such as Winona.
Warsaw's economy is largely influenced by tourists and visitors who are eager to participate in water activities at one of the many lakes in the area. As a result, many of the stores and shops have catered to these visitors over the years and prospered because of it.
Resources for Renters
Get to know the city of Warsaw even better and learn more about their developments in transportation by visiting the Warsaw website.
Figure out what there is to do around town or read up on local weather for the week by reading the Times-Union Newspaper.
Learn more about local schools in the region and determine what children can expect on the first day of school by checking out the Warsaw Community Schools website.