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    About Lamb Lake
    Under an Hour from Downtown Indianapolis

    Lamb Lake is one of Indiana's best sources of private lake property located just 30 miles south of the Indianapolis city center.

    Useful facilities like Indianapolis International Airport or University Hospital are less than an hour away. Trafalgar is just over five miles away, providing daily conveniences like schools, restaurants, banking, churches, Windrose Health Clinic, and more.

    One of Indiana's Largest Private Lakes

    Encompassing a total of 500 acres, Lamb Lake is one of Indiana's most significant private lakes.

    Lamb Lake's dam was completed in 1966; at that time, around 40 people owned lots around the lake. Now over 250 homes are owned by full-time residents and weekend vacationers surround the lake.

    Boating, Skiing, and Fishing

    Lamb Lake is the perfect place for any lake activity. Residents and their guests enjoy boating, water skiing, fishing, sailing, tubing, kayaking, and much more.

    The water's significant population of native fish like largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white crappie, perch, and catfish allows for excellent fishing.

    A large beach sits on the northern shore for all your swimming, sunning, and playing dreams.

    Excitement in Indianapolis

    White River State Park, Indianapolis Zoo, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, and Indianapolis Museum of Art are some of the city's top attractions.

    The city is also host to multiple annual events, including the month-long 500 Festival, Indiana State Fair, Broad Ripple Art Fair, City Circle Classic, and Circle of Lights Christmas Tree Lighting.

    Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the state's most exciting attractions. Around 400,000 people fill the venue to watch the famous Indy 500 race every year.

    An Ideal Escape or Full-Time Residence

    Escape to Lamb Lake for serene, private waters. The secluded atmosphere makes it perfect for someone looking to raise a family or retire.