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    About Lake Maxinkuckee
    Second Largest Natural Lake in Indiana

    Lake Maxinkuckee is no small body of water. This lake comes in at a whopping 1,864 acres with a maximum depth of 88 feet and an average depth of 24 feet. It is located in Marshall County near the town of Culver, Indiana.

    Go All Out on Lake Maxinkuckee

    Due to this lake's large size, it is the perfect environment for water sports and recreation. You can enjoy motor boating, fishing, swimming, skiing, tubing, and more on this impressive lake.

    There is a public fishing pier in the town park on the north shore for the anglers to enjoy. You can expect to catch largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, black crappie, walleye, bluegill, redear sunfish, white bass, and yellow perch. Ice fishing is also thoroughly enjoyed when the weather starts turning cold.

    On the lake's southern tip, there is the Culver Marina. This marina has a lot to offer, including the Maxinkuckee Board Shop, The Boardwalk Bar & Grill, a large boat showroom, lake tours, sup, and kayak rentals, slip rentals, boat storage, and self-service/full-service gas pumps.

    Enjoy the town of Culver

    Sitting on the shore of Lake Maxinkuckee is the quiet town of Culver. There are local shops, places to eat, farmers' markets, parks, and a beach.

    Get a full view of the town by biking around the 10-mile trail under the maple tree canopies. It is a great way to learn the layout of Culver while getting a scenic view.

    Learn the history of Culver and visit the Museum of Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee. This museum seeks to promote the unique natural, historical, and cultural heritage of the Culver area by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and disseminating artifacts and other research materials.

    Experience the Peaceful Life

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Lake Maxinkuckee is an excellent choice.