Oxbow Lake is a quaint area nestled in the bend of the White River bordering Broad Ripple. A short way to sites like Broad Ripple Park, the Monon Trail and downtown Broad Ripple, the area offers access to the best of all worlds: water, greenspaces and endless amenities. Just south of 82nd and Dean Road on Indy’s northside is Lake Clearwater, an upscale lake community. Close to the Keystone Crossing area and situated minutes from the Fashion Mall, residents enjoy waterfront views of Lake Clearwater in this wanted area.
Hidden in the northeast corner of Marion County is Indian Lake, a 60-acre reservoir in the city of Lawrence, off Indian Creek. Woodlands and shimmering waters are the area’s top attractions, as well as secluded homes for everyday life or a private getaway. Morse Park, Beach and Lake is a hub for summertime fun in Hamilton County, making it an ideal spot to live and play. Located in Noblesville and Cicero, Morse Lake features 1,800 acres of water for boating, fishing, water skiing, swimming and beachfront fun. And with waterfront restaurants like Boathouse Kitchen & Swan Dive, you’ll have plenty of dining and entertainment just a short way from home.
About 40 miles south of Indianapolis is the town of Princes Lakes in Nineveh, Indiana. Made up of 14 lakes in total, each lake is privately owned and governed by individual lot owners associations. Locals enjoy the area’s small town values and commitment to historical and cultural preservation. Cordry and Sweetwater Lakes, located in Brown County, Indiana, are known by locals as a little piece of paradise. Created by the same developed as Princes Lakes, Cordry and Sweetwater Lakes (within the Cordry-Sweetwater Conservancy District) were established in 1961 as private communities.
Lamb Lake is a 260-acre private lake in Johnson County, Indiana. With beautifully secluded homes and rolling woodlands, the lake is home to about 275 property owners, who enjoy fishing, boating, water sports, hiking trails, nature & wildlife, and more. The eleventh-largest lake and seventh-largest public reservoir in Indiana, Lake Lemon is nestled in scenic rolling hills just 10 miles northeast of Bloomington, Indiana. Attracting boating, fishing and nature lovers alike, this gorgeous area is an ideal spot for a getaway or forever home.
Grandview Lake in Columbus, Indiana features nearly 400 acres of crystal-clear water. As Indiana’s largest private lake, Grandview locals love the area’s picturesque Brown County views and a wide range of activities (water sports, fishing, sailing, hiking and more). Lake living abounds in central Indiana. For information on these scenic waterfront communities and more, reach out to your Maywright agent today.
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