Wabash County’s event calendar is brimming with excitement. From the thrilling Wabash Cannonball Chili for Charity Cook-off to the enchanting Holiday special events. Dive into the festivities, art shows, parades, and live music making each day in Wabash County a memorable celebration.LEARN MORE!
Places To Eat
Savor farm-to-table delights at Modoc’s Market, indulge in classic American fare at Harry’s Old Kettle or the Time Out Inn, and enjoy the classy atmosphere of Twenty Restaurant. These are just a few of Wabash County’s diverse culinary options.LEARN MORE!
Places To Shop
Stroll through charming downtowns for antique shops like Brimsos to boutiques like Eclectic Shoppe and New Looks Boutique. The Wabash County marketplace is perfect for artisanal goods, and family farm & home furnishings for ever range of gift-giving essentials.LEARN MORE!
Live Shows & Concerts
Honeywell Arts & Entertainment is a cultural gem. The Honeywell Center hosts live performances, concerts, and art exhibits with an onsite restaurant. The non-profit organization also operates MULTIPLE PROPERTIES including the Eagles Theatre, Charley Creek Gardens, the Honeywell House, Dr. James Ford Historic Home, and the 13-24 Drive In.LEARN MORE!
Visit Wabash County operates a 34-passenger trolley and offers custom and special experience tours all year long. If you can dream it the Trolley Team can make it home. Progressive dinners, family outings, and educational tours geared toward children. The schedule rotates every year and the trolley operates for free during community festivals and events.LEARN MORE!
Hike, bike, kayak, rock climb, fish, boat, water ski… Wabash County has a little bit of everything from trail systems to waterfalls. Explore the Salamnoie and Mississenewa Lake State Recreation areas for boating, fishing, and camping. Hike and bike the scenic trails at Paradise Sping Historical Park. The county’s parks offer picnicking, wildlife and tranquil nature escapes, making it an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.LEARN MORE!
On the Water Ways of Wabash County
Mississinewa Lake & Forest, Salmonie Lake & Forest, the Wabash & Eel Rivers – all provide ample fishing, boating, and kayaking options to keep you cool in the summer and active in the fall!LEARN MORE!
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Visit Wabash County’s Welcome Center team is your gateway to local knowledge. With a warm smile, they provide visitors and residents with information on local events, attractions, and dining options. Their expertise ensures you make the most of your visit, offering tips and insights to explore Wabash County to its fullest. Have questions? They have the answers!LEARN MORE!