City of Warsaw

Orthopedic Capital of the World

With so much to do and see, it’s not hard to imagine why so many people are proud to call Warsaw and Winona Lake their home. These enchanting communities are nestled in Indiana’s popular lake region, where the unparalleled access to outdoor adventure is the envy of any enthusiast.

Located in Northern Indiana, Warsaw’s population of over 13,000 know the value of good living, hard work and terrific play. Twice named a “Top Small Town in America,” Warsaw is known as the “Orthopedic Capital of the World” with world headquarters for the industry’s leading manufacturers of Zimmer Biomet, DePuy Synthes, Tecomet, Paragon Medical and many more established implant & instrumentation companies including a few newer orthopedic initiatives on the scene. Warsaw is also the home of the largest rotogravure printing presses in the world and the largest manufacturer of projection screens all supporting the area’s fast-growing banking and hospitality industries. There is truly a strong diverse economic base in Warsaw for future growth.

Finding amazing recreational areas in Warsaw is easy to do. The City-County Athletic Complex (CCAC), located on Warsaw’s west side, has lighted baseball and softball diamonds, soccer fields and batting cages where over 3,000 games are played each year. More than 20 golf courses are within 45 minutes of Warsaw and the city has nearly as many parks to enjoy right at home. Residents also enjoy the variety of productions and concerts by The Wagon Wheel Playhouse, a theatre in the round, throughout the year.

Getting from Warsaw to its neighboring town of Winona Lake couldn’t be much more fun than the Lake City Greenway, a multi-use trail for bicycling, walking or longboarding. Along the route, users have access to the CCAC, the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds, Winona Lake Park and Beach, several other parks and much more.