The two Chapman lakes, Big Chapman Lake, and Little Chapman Lake, together add up to 638 total acres of water. The lakes are connected by a dual-lane channel. The lakes have no major inlet streams, but, they drain into Five major streams, serving the 4,500 acres of Chapman Lakes watershed, about seven square miles.
Big Chapman Lake has an average depth of 12.5 ft. and a maximum depth of 39 ft. This makes Big Chapman Lake perfect for power boating and water skiing, while both lakes are also great for fishing. Homes on these lakes are within the Warsaw Community School District, which includes Leesburg Elementary, Lakeview Middle School, and Warsaw High School. The lakes are located 50 Miles From Fort Wayne, Indiana and three miles northeast of the City of Warsaw. Both lakes are lined with cottages and homes, making it a great place to live if you are looking for a lakeside view from your home.