5 Things To Make It A Stay & Play Weekend In Wabash County (September 7 – 10)

By: Biz Bishop
Dam to Dam Century Ride in Wabash County

The 14th Annual Dam to Dam Bike Ride (powered by INGUARD) takes place Sunday, September 10 at 8 AM and we want to invite you to make it at Stay & Play weekend right here in Wabash County. 

1. The Roann Covered Bridge Festival

The Roann Covered Bridge Festival is a celebration of the heritage of the Roann Covered Bridge. The festival is three days beginning Thursday, September 7 and running through Saturday, September 9th. The annual festival is known for FREE family entertainment which includes an antique tractor show, horse pull, parade, and food & craft vendors. 

2. Leonid & Friends – The Music of Chicago

Leonid & Friends – The Music of Chicago is a live performance on Friday, September 8th at the Honeywell Center in Downtown Wabash which is only three blocks from the start of the Dam to Dam ride. Leonid & Friends is comprised of 11 of the finest musicians in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus. 

3. Karaoke Friday at 950 Speakeasy Bistro

Warm up your vocal cords with a Lagro Water and get ready for Karaoke Friday night on September 8th at the 950 Speakeasy Bistro starting at 8 PM,  located 7 minutes from Downtown Wabash. The 950 Speakeasy Bistro is a bar/eatery that overlooks the Wabash River. Known for its Ed’s Cheese Bread, live music, and incredible entertainment. Family-friendly!

4. Farmers Markets

Saturday, September 9th Farmers Markets – Lagro, North Manchester, and Wabash offering Indiana’s bounty and whatever is freshest in the season! Start your morning off right by shopping small at these local vendor booths that showcase locally grown and made items. With three different markets to choose from, you know that you will be able to find what you are looking for!

5. Explore the 6 Waterfalls in Wabash County

Explore the Waterfalls of Wabash County by downloading our digital guide with the addresses to 6 different waterfalls. Or if you prefer go for a hike at one of the state forests such as Mississinewa or Salamonie. You won’t want to miss Asherwood Nature Preserve’s deep ravines and okay, beech, maple, and hickory forest. You’ll enjoy scenic views, trails, and Indiana Wildlife. 

If you’re looking for a place to stay while you play, check out our comprehensive list of lodging and camping amenities! Every experience starts with a visit and the team at Visit Wabash County We encourage you to enjoy a long weekend filled with special moments and memories!