Danville Conservation Club Lake

Indiana

Danville Conservation Club Lake, Indiana

Danville Conservation Club Lake real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in Indiana.

Danville Conservation Club Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $181,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    About Danville Conservation Club Lake
    Just 20 Miles West of Indianapolis

    In the Danville Conservation Club's wooded environment, you may forget that you are just 20 miles west of downtown Indianapolis.

    So close to the city, conveniences like Indianapolis International Airport, Kindred Hospital, hotels, restaurants, and more are just a skip away.

    Beautiful, Private Waters and a Club Membership

    The waters of Danville Conservation Club Lake are private to its residents, members, and guests of these groups.

    The lake has an abundant stock of bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie most popular for its fishing.

    Others enjoy the lake for kayaking, canoeing, and other sorts of paddle boating. If you wish to stay on the shores, you can picnic in the shade of the trees or hang a hammock.

    Danville Conservation Club has created a welcoming environment for outdoor recreation and learning about and using firearms. The club's facilities include a shooting range, archery field, clubhouse, and private lake.

    Competitive shooting events, an indoor youth air rifle program, firearms training courses, and clubhouse events are offered to members.

    The Fun of Indianapolis

    In Indianapolis, you can visit fun attractions like Indianapolis Zoo, White River State Park, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, or Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    One of the state's top attractions, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, draws thousands to events like Indy 500, MotoAmerica, Nascar Pennzoil 150, Florida Georgia Line Fest, and more.

    An Outdoorsman's Dream

    At Danville Conservation Club, you will have the freedom to enjoy the great outdoors while being close to Indianapolis's facilities.