Located in between Huntington and Wabash at the junction of US 24 and IN-105, Andrews is a charming gateway to Huntington County. Meander through their backroads for one of our favorite scenic routes to Salamonie Reservoir.
If you’re in Andrews and in need of a good meal at a great price, check out the local favorite, Kermit’s Food Shop. You'll feel right at home at this bar with a laid back atmosphere - take a seat inside or on their outdoor patio. Enjoy burgers, pizzas and tenderloins or stop out for breakfast!
Salamonie Reservoir DNR property is Huntington County's largest attraction. Visitors come from around the region to enjoy great camping, boating, fishing, swimming and hiking for the whole family. They have a large clean sandy beach that is close by the campground. Both modern and primitive campsites are available. Another popular feature is the horseman's campground and their bridle trails. Test your skills on their mountain bike trails.
While you're at Salamonie check out the programs and activities offered by the Upper Wabash Interpretive Services or stop by the Interpretive Learning Center for their live fish and amphibian displays, bird watching room and live birds of prey.
Pirate’s Cove Marina is located right on the reservoir and this floating gas station and camp store has all the supplies you need plus they rent kayaks, boats or party barges! Check with them about dock slips.
If you need to stock up on camp supplies, bait and tackle, make sure you stop at one of Andrew's nearby shops, Peacepipe Bait and Tackle or SS Bait and Tackle. During the summer months, SS offers fresh produce at their roadside stand.
Don't forget to bring your clubs! Golfers love Etna Acres Golf Course - both nines are uniquely designed and challenge golfers of all abilities. The North nine is a "traditional" style with mature trees and creeks. The south nine is a "links" style with rolling mounds and nature areas. It's also a wildlife sanctuary and feels like a retreat. Grab one of their cheeseburgers while you're there.