Introduction to Angola, Indiana
The city of Angola was founded by Thomas Gale and Cornelius Gilmore. Nestled in the northeast corner of Indiana, the area was originally a 19th century trading center. Glacial lakes and fertile fields propelled business in the county, and it now has a seat on Steuben county.
Angola and nearby Attractions
- Civil War Monument
- National Guard Armory
- Fun Spot Amusement Park & Zoo
- Rapid Raceway
- Pokagon State Park
- Kalamazoo Valley Museum
Things To Do In Angola
The city has many well-facilitated recreational areas including the Camp Sack and Buck Lake Ranch, offering venues such as camping, hiking, whitewater, skiing, and snowboarding. The Zollner Golf Course and the Glendarin Hills Golf Club are located within the city. Angola celebrates some festivals in September such as the Fallfest and the Fiesta Latina. The Fun Spot Amusement Park & Zoo and the Kids 'N' Stuff Children's Museum are nearby.
The closest airport to the city is the Fort Wayne International Airport.
Angola Higher Education
Higher education is available at the Indiana University, the Spring Arbor University, and the Kellogg Community College.