Lakes in Indiana


Things to do while in Indiana: 1) visit the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion, 2) shop the Arts and Design District in Carmel, 3) tour Buck Creek Winery in Indianapolis. Oh, and don't forget to hit the water!

No matter where you are in Indiana, if you're a lake enthusiast, you'll find lots of wholesome fun nearby. Brookville Lake in Brookville State Park, for instance, offers swimming, boating and fishing. In Chain O' Lakes State Park in Albion, visitors can canoe the eight linked lakes that make up the chain, or swim the day away in the chain's clear waters. And don't forget Dream Lake State Park's 194-acre lake with its seasonal beach and boat rentals, or Lake Waveland State Park's 360-acre lake that's perfect for boating, swimming and fishing. Like Dream Lake, Hardy Lake State Park also offers seasonal boating, swimming and fishing.


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Featured lakes in Indiana


Clear Lake

Either a Michigan or an Indiana fishing license works at Clear Lake, which is located on the Michigan-Indiana border. In Indiana, Clear Lake is located in the city of Clear Lake in St. Joseph County. In Michigan, it's known as South Clear Lake. Well known as an excellent spot for fishing walleye, the lake has a heliport and a marina.

Monroe Lake

Located in south central Indiana near Bloomington, Monroe Lake is the largest body of water in Indiana. It offers many opportunities for water sport throughout the year. Additional recreational areas, including Hoosier National Forest, Morgan-Monroe State Forest, Yellowwood State Park, and Jackson-Washington State Forest, are nearby.

Patoka Lake

Patoka Lake is a beautiful and popular lake amongst fishermen. This lake also offers many other activities, including boating, camping, hiking, frisbee, golf and water sports.

 

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