Kickapoo, Indiana

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Kickapoo, Indiana
Ghost town
Kickapoo is located in Warren County, Indiana
Location in Warren County
Coordinates: 40°19′48″N 87°13′59″W / 40.33000°N 87.23306°W / 40.33000; -87.23306Coordinates: 40°19′48″N 87°13′59″W / 40.33000°N 87.23306°W / 40.33000; -87.23306
Country United States
State Indiana
County Warren
Township Warren
Time zone UTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP code 47918
Area code(s) 765

Kickapoo was a small town (now extinct) in Warren Township, Warren County, in the U.S. state of Indiana.


Platted by Lewis Davisson on February 2, 1885, the town was served by the newly-constructed Chicago and Great Southern Railway. The town never grew substantially and is described in a 1913 history as having "a small population".[1]


Kickapoo was located at or near 40°19′48″N 87°13′59″W / 40.33000°N 87.23306°W / 40.33000; -87.23306 in section 29, township 22, range 7 west, along what is now Kickapoo Road (County Road 425 E). Kickapoo Creek flows past the site and meets the Wabash River about a mile to the south.


  1. ^ Clifton, Thomas, ed. (1913). Past and Present of Fountain and Warren Counties Indiana. Indianapolis: B. F. Bowen and Company. pp. 310, 326.
Kickapoo's 1885 plat