The Charley Creek Inn a four story Classical Revival building located in Downtown Wabash, Indiana on the southwest corner of West Market Street and South Miami Street. Wabash is approximately 85 miles northeast of Indianapolis and 50 miles southwest of Fort Wayne.
The Wabash County Visitor's Center offers detailed information about area attractions and events and can help plan your stay or reunion in Wabash County. Located across the street from Charley Creek Inn
The Wabash County YMCA offers guests of the Charley Creek Inn a discounted daily admission fee. Hours of operation and special exercise class times vary. Please check with the Charley Creek Inn front desk staff for hours.
This 70,000 square foot facility, located two blocks from the hotel, features:
2 pools (Family pool with whirlpool, tipping buckets, splash pad, water slide; Lap pool 25 yards, 6 lanes, depth 3’6” to 12’6”, diving boards and recreation area)
2 Gyms (Basketball hoops, open volleyball, tennis court and indoor soccer)
Teen Family Center: Air hockey, Dance Dance
Revolution, Wii Fit, Play Station 3 and Foosball
Indoor Track- 1/0 mile for running or walking
Wellness Center: Treadmills with built intelevisions, resistance equipment, elliptical, step mills and rowing machines
Free Weight Room
Group Exercise Studio: Yoga, Zumba, kickboxing, Pilates and more
Located on the east end of Market Street and Allen Street, Paradise Spring was the site of a treaty signing between the Miami and Pottowatomi Indians. It was picked for the treaty signing because the spring, no longer visible, could provide water for the Indians and government agents involved. Today, guests can enjoy a walk along the Wabash River on the ¾ mile paved trail and 15 acres of park. Special events are held in this historical park.
Salamonie River State Forest is a 850-acre (3.4 km2) state forest in Wabash and Huntington counties, Indiana.
The forest is located along the Salamonie River and includes Salamonie Lake. The nearest city to the forest is Lagro. Salamonie State Forest is administered by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Salamonie River State Forest was established in the mid-1930s; the Civilian Conservation Corps reforested the site and built its recreational facilities.
The town of North Manchester is one of Indiana’s best kept secrets! North Manchester is a community where quality of life, peace of mind and small town charm all come together. Visit North Manchester college, the Manchester Covered Bridge or shop downtown
Standing firmly on the banks of the Eel River near Roann, Indiana, the Stockdale Mill welcomes visitors to experience a bygone era and witness the collective efforts of a community to restore a noted landmark.
The International Circus Hall of Fame is located on the old circus winter quarters in Peru, Indiana. These quarters are where circuses of the past wintered until they left in the spring for a new circus season.
We are one of 55 National Historic Landmarks in the State of Indiana.
The "Circus Greats" enshrined in the Circus Hall of Fame, along with the colorful posters, wagons, models, and exhibits, bring the circus to life.
Also on exhibit is a miniature replica of the 1934 Hagenbeck Wallace Circus, complete with all the animals, performers, and even the Circus parade!
After renovating an historic 1894 building, our exhibits tell the story of Wabash County through modern, interactive displays.
Entering the building, the first thing you see is the glacier exhibit. This stylized piece represents a core drilled into a glacier and tells the story of how the effects of the glaciers continue to influence life in Wabash County. This exhibit goes right through the first floor ceiling to the second floor, drawing the eye up and letting you know that there is indeed a second floor!
The North Manchester Historical Society (NMHS) serves as the collector and caretaker of wonderful, unique and valuable artifacts and relics, photographs, articles, manuscripts and other materials pertaining to local history. NMHS members receive a quarterly Newsletter. We meet each second Monday of the month in the Timbercrest Assembly Room for a dinner meeting and interesting program presented by guest speakers.
The Center for History is located in the former Oppenheim's Department Store building. This building provides approximately 11,000 square feet of first floor exhibit space and 18,000 square feet of additional space for office, library, work areas, storage and other uses. More than 23,000 items have been accessioned in our collections.
Honeywell Public Golf Course is a cooperative effort of the Mark Honeywell Foundation and City of Wabash. It was established in 1980 after purchasing the 9 hole Wabash Country Club and having world renown golf course architect Arthur Hills use the land where the Honeywell Gardens was located to build the additional holes.
Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience. Our 18 hole course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level to play. Sycamore Golf Club will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand bunkers; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a comfortable atmosphere.
The 18-hole "Peru" course at the Peru Municipal Golf Course facility in Peru, Indiana features 6,006 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 69.2 and it has a slope rating of 119. Peru golf course opened in 1926.
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Rock Hollow Golf Club was the perfect reclamation project for Rock Industries, Inc., an aggregate manufacturing company located in Peru, Indiana. Laid out over 300 acres of a mined-out gravel pit, Rock Hollow Golf Club has become one of the premier public tracks not only in Indiana but also throughout the Midwest. Designed by Indianapolis native Tim Liddy, protégé of world-renowned golf course architect Pete Dye, Rock Hollow boasts a terrain like none other in the Hoosier State.
A family business & fixture of downtown Wabash for 45 years. Professional business attire, sportswear, casual wear & unique formal wear. Accessories, jewelry, unique gift items.The Francis Shoppe specializing in Mother of the Bride dresses and "Garments of Distinction."
We are a locally owned home decor and gift shop located in Wabash, Indiana. We offer a variety of different treasured keepsakes as well as items to give your home a welcome and inviting feel. So bring a friend and come visit the cottage today.
If you like shopping, you will love Kitchens Plus in Wabash, Indiana. Our store provides over 4500 square feet of unique shopping from soothing music and inviting fragrances to beautiful displays of gifts and home décor. Stroll into our trinkets and treasure room and discover items from yesteryear - crocks, enamelware, tools, etc.
Custom cabinets, countertops and hardware remain the heart and soul of Kitchens Plus. Come see our selections and let us help you fulfill your decorating dreams.
Modoc's Market features an espresso coffee bar for the discriminating (our private blend is roasted right next door!) along with more than forty cold drink varieties, gourmet candies (gotta love the elephant droppings candy), baked goods, and snacks. Our small grocery can supply any cupboard necessity along with many convenience items. Do you like circus memorabilia? We do! We love the old time circus, and circus elephants - especially Modoc! We have an eclectic collection of elephants (to admire or purchase), t-shirts, mugs, stationery, and custom pottery items.
Modoc's Market is reminiscent of nostalgic days gone by -- a small downtown corner market that is so rare in America today. Come visit the site where Modoc became the most famous elephant in America...for one week in 1942! We're easy to find! We're at the corner of Canal and Miami Streets in central Downtown Wabash!