NORTHEAST INDIANA'S LAKES REGION
This region known for its year-round beauty and charm is home to 101 lakes and offers a paradise for outdoor recreation. It is filled with fresh air, the tranquility of nature, and clean, sparkling water away from the stresses of everyday living. The view from the lake, the spirit of the people who live here, and the effortless entertainment that is right out your door keep visitors coming back year after year. Discover for yourself the magic of the Northeast Indiana Lakes Region.
BARBEE LAKE – Composed of a chain of 7 interconnecting lakes, Barbee Lake is a popular fishing spot and home to bluegill, yellow perch, largemouth bass, muskellunge, crappie, and catfish.
CROOKED LAKE – Named for its twisted, gourd-like appearance, Crooked Lake is located just five miles north of Angola, Indiana.
DALLAS LAKE – Just west of the town of Wolcottville, IN, Dallas Lake is an all-sports lake in the Indian Lakes Chain that has been a favored summer fishing and boating spot for over 150 years.
HAMILTON LAKE – As the fourth largest lake in the state, Hamilton Lake is a magnificent all-sports lake with a public beach. This is one of my favorite lakes to visit! The welcoming small town atmosphere will win your heart. There many things to do at this lake including public golf, dining, and all of your favorite water sports.
J. EDWARD ROUSH LAKE – Previously known as Huntington Lake, this lake is a welcoming location for fishing, boating, water sports, and camping.
LAKE JAMES – Ranked as having the best water quality in the state, Lake James is home of the Pokagon State Park. This lake draws people from around the region who like to be out on the water.
SALAMONIE LAKE – Located in Wabash county, this lake is a great family destination with playgrounds, campsites, volleyball courts, and hiking trails.
TIPPECANOE LAKE – Indiana’s deepest natural glacier-made lake near the town of North Webster, Indiana, is known for its excellent fishing, boating, and water sports.
WITMER LAKE – Part of the Chain-of-lakes, this lake is located near Wolcottville. Its excellent water quality makes it a popular fishing spot and perfect for canoeing and kayaking, and the shops, restaurants, and ice-cream shops make it a charming tourist attraction.
In this thriving region, there is a lake to fit every lifestyle. If you are looking for a summer home or are hoping to relocate to the area permanently, we are here to help. Call today for more information on lake living in Northeast Indiana.