Bluffton

About 40 minutes south of Fort Wayne, Bluffton is a welcoming small town, named for the river bluffs near its original site.
 

Today, it remains a beacon of natural beauty, with more than 100 acres of award-winning parkland all within an inclusive community that helps you feel right at home.

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