Etna Green is a town in Kosciusko County where its biggest attraction is the landscape dotted with many lakes. Residents can enjoy it all from a beach, a leisurely boat cruise, or even from a hot air balloon. But once you’re on land, a world of opportunities opens up. Area farms invite families to visit, learn more, and buy locally-grown produce.
Life among many farms is traditional in this area, yet it’s still an innovative area. Our realtors can help you find a home or even a farm of your own if that is your dream. We can tell you what the area has to offer, and we can answer all your questions. Why wait? Give us a call. Whether you are looking for a fixer upper, a newly built home, or anything in between, we can help you find it.
Etna Green is located at the intersection of State Road 19 and US-30 in northern Indiana. The roads surrounding Etna Green passes through acres upon acres of farmland. This town is conveniently located within 15-20 minutes of Warsaw and Plymouth. The nearest large cities are South Bend and Elkhart, about 45 minutes away while Fort Wayne is only about an hours’ drive. You’ll want to find a location that makes your commute to work easy, and we can tell you about all the possibilities that are available. There’s a home that is just right for you, and we can help you find it.
Shopping is fun in the Etna Green area. Creative Fish Art Gallery offers a unique experience, with fabulous handmade gifts for all ages from more than 75 artisans. At Pottery Bayou, guests are the artists. This "paint-your-own-pottery" studio allows visitors to create their own unique masterpieces or design and make their own fused glass jewelry. Purr-fectly Unique Design Studio & Boutique is a unique shop that combines handcrafted jewelry, vintage and high fashion jewelry, and gifts and other unique specialty items.
SACS & Co. offers natural bath and body products and soy wax candles. The Village at Winona is a thriving arts community nestled on the shores of beautiful Winona Lake. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Village is home to numerous galleries, studios, shops, outdoor equipment, eateries, and museums.
There are several dining options around in the area. Boathouse Restaurant features great food and a lovely atmosphere with some tables overlooking the Winona Lake. Redwood Firewood Grill and Bar serves fresh pastas, Argentinian empanadas, and incredible paninis and homemade chips for lunch, and there’s a great dinner menu, too. 20th Century Restaurant is a family style restaurant with home-cooked specials every day. Aloha Lounge opens at 6 p.m. for a night out on the town with a lakeside view. American Table Restaurant is a hometown favorite restaurant known for their variety of 130 made-to-order quality menu items. California Desert Restaurant serves authentic Mexican and pasta dishes. Claypool Inn has the best grinders in the county.
There are many attractions around the Etna Green area. The Etna Green Museum in Heritage Park offers a glimpse into the lives of past generations who lived in the town. A mural painted by Robert A. Hudson at Remembrance Park on State Road 19 in downtown Etna Green is a must-see.
The Etna Green area is a great place for anglers to land that monster fish. There are an incredible 319 lakes within 31 miles of town including Mud Lake, Hoffman Lake, and Crystal Lake. Black Pine Animal Sanctuary is an 18-acre country sanctuary that provides refuge to more than 80 displaced, captive-raised exotic animals for the rest of their lives. The Dixie Sternwheeler is Indiana's oldest sternwheel tour boat cruising beautiful Webster Lake.
The Center Street Community Theatre gives quality performances and preserves the theater arts in the community. The Embassy Theatre was built in 1928 as a movie palace and today it is the home of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum contains seven main galleries displaying the museum's automobile collection.
Billy Sunday, known as “the baseball evangelist,” settled in Winona Lake, and The Billy Sunday Home Museum holds the belongings of the Sunday family. The Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum educates visitors about early aviation history. Mount Memorial Hall Grace College Art Gallery is a historical Renaissance Revival structure that was built nearly a century ago; its gallery displays the works of students and faculty as well as locally- and widely-known artists.
Manufacturing is the most common industry in the Etna Green area with more than half the jobs available coming from this industry. Other common industries include construction; educational services; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; and mining, quarrying, and oil/gas extraction. Agriculture plays a large role in the local economy with numerous farms in the area and businesses that support them. The healthcare industry also contributes to the local economy. Kosciusko Community Hospital is the community health care provider.
The Triton School Corporation was formed to consolidate the schools of Bourbon, Etna Green, and Tippecanoe. The corporation’s mission is to develop students to be literate, responsible, and proficient in state and national standards and college/career ready. Triton Elementary School is a Four Star School as awarded by the Indiana Department of Education. The Triton team is eager to partner with parents to create open communication and a nurturing environment for students to grow and achieve.
Core values at the Triton Junior-Senior High School are continuous improvement, high expectations, shared leadership, social responsibility, accountability, and evidence-based decision making. The school staff works to develop individualized learning plans and individualized career portfolios for each student. The goal is to have every child on the path to a successful future.