The Town of Winfield was founded in 1993, making it the youngest town in Lake County, Indiana. The county line of Porter and Lake counties runs directly through the center of the Lakes of Four Seasons. A beautiful community made up of rolling farm fields, friendly people and peaceful landscapes.
An interchange off of Interstate 65 allows easy travel to Chicago and other outlying cities and towns.
Described as a “gazelle” community because of the leaps and bounds in growth. The school district is one of the best in the country. Crown Point High School has been named as a top school in the country by Newsweek Magazine, ranking it in the top six percent nationwide. There are several exceptional colleges in the area including Valparaiso University, Purdue and Indiana University.
The town is serviced by Crown Point post office therefore most places within Winfield have a "Crown Point" mailing address.