Latest Indian Lake Stories

2008-07-11 15:00:25

By The Lima News, Ohio Jul. 11--Wow! What a Fourth of July. Indian Lake was busting over its banks with lots and lots and lots of people, boats, cars, golf carts and motorcycles. What a crowd. Things started slow because of Mother Nature but then the sun came out and so did everyone else. Folks where lining up along the bank road with all kinds of tents and picnic stuff by 10 a.m. Old Field Beach State Park was rockin' with a great car show, kids pageants, cornhole games, all kinds of...

2008-06-18 18:00:18

By O U T D O O R S J I M R O B EY RUSSELL'S POINT -- Never in their wildest dreams could early Ohioans have figured an old wetland could become one of the state's greatest areas for outdoor recreation. But it happened at Indian Lake, a 5,800-acre body of water 12 miles northwest of Bellefontaine. More than a century ago Indian was a wetland. The initial purpose of Indian was to supply water to the Miami and Erie canals, but the old canal system became obsolete when better sources of...

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