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Indiana United States #6 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #31
North to Potato Creek State Park. A variety of natural habitats await the visitor to this park including the 327 acre Worster Lake. Camping Electric / 287 sites Horsemen's Electric / 70 sites Youth Tent Areas Camp Store Dumping Station.
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Listed are State Parks in Indiana.
Brown County Chain O' Lakes Charlestown Clifty Falls Falls of the Ohio Fort Harrison Harmonie Indiana Dunes Lincoln McCormick's Creek Mounds O'Bannon Woods Ouabache Pokagon Potato Creek Prophetstown Shades Shakamak Spring Mill Summit Lake Tippecanoe River Turkey Run Versailles Whitewater Memorial. The following is Indiana State Reservoir List. Brookville Lake Cagles Mill Lake (Lieber SRA) Cecil M. Harden Lake (Raccoon SRA) Hardy Lake J. Edward Roush Lake (Huntington Lake) Mississinewa Lake Monroe Lake Patoka Lake Salamonie Lake.
2.7
4.4
Access to Lake of the Woods, Indiana
South of the highway - 2 miles.
3.4
5.5
Access to community of Bremen, Indiana
South of the highway.
5.3
8.6
Junction of Highway #106

6.1
9.8
Access to Indiana State police
South of the highway.
7.6
12.2
Junction of Highway #331
Access to to the community of Bremen, Indiana. North to communities of Wyatt, Indiana, Woodland, Indiana and Mishawaka, Indiana.
9.1
14.7
Junction of Highway #106
Access to community of Bremen, Indiana.
10.9
17.5
Access to RV Park
North side of highway.
11.6
18.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
13.4
21.6
Elkhart County, Indiana
Western boundary. Elkhart County was one of the first areas settled in Northern Indiana. In 1830. The city of Goshen serves as the county seat. Other incorporated cities and towns within Elkhart County are Elkhart, Indiana, Bristol, Indiana, Middlebury, Indiana, Millersburg, Indiana, Nappanee, Indiana and Wakarusa, Indiana.
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City of Nappanee, Indiana
Nappanee is the center of one of the largest Amish settlements in the United States. Nearly 2,500 Old Order Amish live, work and interact with residents and visitors. In the hustle and bustle of the new millennium, the Amish connect with one another heart to heart in a way that is often foreign to the modern mindset.
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City of Nappanee, Indiana
Nappanee attractions; Amish Acres, Borkholder Dutch Village's Antique and Collectibles Auction and Indoor Flea Market.
15.9
25.6
Access to Nappanee Community Park
Junction of Highway #19 - South to Noblesville, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana; North to Wakausa, Indiana and Elkhart, Indiana.
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26.0

City of Nappanee, Indiana.
17.1
27.5
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
17.4
28.0
Services and gas at the highway
North side of highway.
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31.2
Access to Nappanee Municipal Airport
North side of highway.
19.8
31.8
View from highway
Photo view of Indiana's cornfields.
20.2
32.5
Access to community of Foraker, Indiana
15 miles North. Access to Gravelton, Indiana - South of the highway.
24.4
39.2
Junction of Highway #15
North to communities of Goshen, Indiana and Bristol, Indiana; South to Warsaw, Indiana, Wabash, Indiana and Marion, Indiana. Services, gas and diesel available - South side of the highway. South access to Laketon Bog Nature Preserve. 32 acres of peat bog between a line of bluffs and the Eel River, fed by seepage from the bluffs. Some rare wildflowers, like ladyslipper orchids,are found here; also a lot of other more common species, such as marsh marigold, trillium and skunk cabbage. This is the southernmost stand of tamarack trees in the state. Also in the understory are cranberry, dwarf birch and tons of cattail, honeysuckle and dogwood. Makes for an interesting walk; the thrity-two acres seems larger. There is a boardwalk through the boggy portion to the forested area.
28.2
45.4
County Roadway #29
North side of the highway.
28.8
46.4
View from highway
Junction of Highway #13 South to Syracuse, Indiana, Urbana, Indiana and Wabash, Indiana. Note: Highway #13 overlaps Highway #6 East at this point.
29.8
47.9
County Roadway #133

32.5
52.3
Junction of Highway #33
North to communities of Benton, Indiana, Goshen, Indiana and Dunlap, Indiana. Note: Highway #13 leaves Highway #6 and heads North to Millersburg, Indiana, Middlebury, Indiana and White Pigeon, Indiana. Highway #33 overlaps Highway #6 here.
33.1
53.3
Community of Wawasee, Indiana
County Roadway #43. Access to Lake Wawasee - South of the highway.
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55.1
Noble County
Western boundary. When visiting Noble County, stop by the Visitors Center located in the little log cabin on U.S. Rt. 6 just west of Kendallville! You'll find brochures, maps, post cards, festival & event lists, lake information. The following lakes & Boat Launches are accessable in Noble County - Bear Lake Big Lake Crane Lake Cree Lake Crooked Lake Diamond Lake Eagle Lake Engle Lake Indian Village Lake Knapp Lake Loon Lake Mallard Roost on Elkhart River Sacarider Lake Sand-River Lakes, Chain-O-Lakes Skinner Lake Smalley Lake Sparta Lake Sylvan Lake Upper Long Lake West Lakes
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Access to campground
South side of highway.
35.9
57.7
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Ligonier, Indiana
Ligonier entertains many tourists every year who want to see some of our attractions, from the Indiana Historic Radio Museum to the Jennie Thompson Gardens and the Ligonier Historical Museum, including our world-famous Marshmallow Festival.
37.0
59.6
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
37.7
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Junction of Highway #5
North to Shipshewana, Indiana; South to Cromwell, Indiana, Wilmot, Indiana and Huntington, Indiana. Services and fuel available - South side of highway. Note: Highway #33 overlap ends here, heads South to communities of Merriam, Indiana, Churbusco, Indiana and Fort. Wayne, Indiana.
37.9
61.0
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
40.2
64.7
Access to community of Topeka, Indiana
North of the highway. Topeka was settled in the spring of 1832. Originally, the settlement was named 'Hawpatch.'
42.9
69.0
Community of Wawaka

46.3
74.5
Junction of Highway #9
South to Albion, Indiana and Columbia City, Indiana. Note: Highway #9 overlaps Highway #6 at this point. South access to Chain O'Lakes State Park, eight connecting lakes will be the center of your adventures at Chain O'Lakes State Park in Noble County. Camping, Electric / 331 sites Non-Electric / 49 sites Primitive / 33 sites Rally Camp / 4 sites Canoe Camp Youth Tent Areas Campground Reservations Camp Store Dumping Station.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Brimfield, Indiana

49.1
79.0
Junction of Highway #9
North to communitites of Wolcottville, Indiana and Valentine, Indiana. Services and fuel - North side of highway. Note: Highway #9 overlap ends at this point. Access to Pigeon River State Fish and Wildlife Area. Has restored open water wetlands (356 acres), 17 miles of river, impoundments of 263 acres, and lakes (266 acres). Small mouth bass, trout, catfish, northern pike, largemouth bass, crappie, yellow perch, redear, rough fish, and bluegill are some of the primary species found here. Wild turkeys, deer, doves, quals, furbearers, quails, waterfowl, rabbits, and pheasants are usually hunted at this WMA.
52.0
83.7
Access to the Gene Stratton Porter State Historic Site
North of the highway. 'The Cabin in Wildflower Woods' lies nestled on the shore of Sylvan Lake, near Rome City, Indiana. It is the former home of Gene Stratton-Porter, one of Indiana's most widely read authors and one of the world's first and best nature photographers.
52.8
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City of Kendallville, Indiana
Take a leisurely walk down Historic Main Street located in the heart of downtown Kendallville and enjoy the stunning architecture and quaint small town shops. Popular attractions are the Mid-America Windmill Museum, Apple Festival, Bluegrass Festival.
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Junction of Highway #3 South
Access to Lisbon, Indiana, Swan, Indiana and Fort. Wayne, Indiana. Note: Highway #3 overlaps Highway #6 at this point.
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Services, gas and diesel available
North side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #3 North
Access to communities of Bongo,Indiana and Brighton, Indiana. Note: Highway #3 overlap ends at this point.
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87.6
Main Street
Services and fuel at the highway - South side.
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88.4
Access to Bixler lake and campgrounds
South side of highway.
55.5
89.3
Services and fuel at the highway
South side of highway.
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91.3
Access to Walmart
North side of highway.
58.4
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DeKalb County
Western boundary. DeKalb County is the home of multiple museums showcasing the history of automobiles, trucks, railroads, aircraft and military hardware. Museums: Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, World War II Victory Museum, Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum, Hoosier Air Museum, Garrett Historical Railroad Musuem, DeKalb County History Museum.
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Junction of Highway #327
Access to Helmer - North of the highway. Note: Highway #327 overlaps Highway #6 at this point.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
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97.8
Access to community of Corunna, Indiana
Note: Highway #327 overlap ends here, South to community of Garrett, Indiana.
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99.4
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
65.2
105.0
Services, gas and diesel available at the highway
North side of highway.
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Junction of Interstate Highway #69
South to Fort. Wayne, Indiana; North to Lansing, Indiana. Access to the Pokagon State Park - North of the highway. Pokagon State Park is located near Angola off I-69. Natural lakes abound in this area and the park borders on Lake James and Snow Lake which offer abundant opportunities for boating, swimming and fishing.Camping Electric / 200 sites Non-Electric / 73 sites Camp, Group Youth Tent Areas Dumping Station Camp Store. South access to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum & the National Automotive and Truck Museum.
66.9
107.6
Access to lodging
South side of highway.
67.1
108.0
Community of Waterloo, Indiana

67.5
108.7
Junction of Highway #427
Access to communities of Hamilton, Indiana, Edon, Indiana - North side of highway. Services and gas available - South side of highway.
69.6
112.0
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
74.3
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View from highway - Photo - Butler - Welcome highway sign
Community of Butler, Indiana.
74.4
119.8
Services, gas and diesel available at the highway
North side of highway.
74.8
120.4
View from highway
City of Butler.
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121.0
Broadway Street
Junction of Highway #1 - North to community of Ellis, Indiana ; South to Leo-Cedarville, Indiana.
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