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Lake Santee

Indiana

Lake Santee, Indiana

Located in Indiana, Lake Santee real estate is a top ten market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Lake Santee
    Convenient to Cincinnati, Ohio

    Described as one of Indiana’s most beautiful lake developments, Lake Santee is a private 250-acre lake located about 10 miles northeast of Greensburg, Indiana. Nestled in the Indiana hills, Lake Santee is surrounded by 1,680 residential lots and managed by the Lake Santee Property Owners Association.

    Lake Santee is uniquely situated around 60 miles from the famous city of Cincinnati, Ohio. The lake is closely located near Interstate 74, making it easy to plan a road trip to nearby states.

    Water Skiing and Bass Fishing

    Lake Santee is well-known for its boating, swimming, fishing, skiing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, and more. All of these can be enjoyed to the fullest on Lake Santee.

    The lake is well known for its extraordinary bass fishing and is stocked annually with a variety of fish. It is an excellent fishing lake with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, hybrid striped bass, walleye, black crappie, bluegill, catfish, and others.

    For those more serious anglers or those looking to hone their skills, the Lake Santee Bass Club holds Team Bass Tournaments from April through September of each year.

    The Lake Santee Marina rests on the southern shore for residents who need to park their boat, gas up, or make a midday lunch stop.

    The Moccasin Meadows Campground is just to the west of the lake and is a great area to spend a night out in nature.

    Visit Cincinnati, Ohio

    Cincinnati is a vibrant city with a ton of opportunities for learning, sightseeing, and fun.

    Get in touch with nature by visiting the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. It is the fifth-oldest zoo in the U.S. and is home to over 500 animals and 3,000 plant species.

    Next, hop over to the Newport Aquarium and take a trip underwater. With 70 exhibits and 14 galleries, including five seamless acrylic tunnels, you will have no trouble viewing the colorful coral reefs and fish that live within.

    You can’t take a trip to Cincinnati without visiting the Coney Island Amusement Park. The park is located on the Ohio River Bank and has plenty of rides, water slides, fried food, and entertainment.

    Like any big city, Cincinnati has plenty of food, drinks, bars, and shows to see if you want to spice up the night.

    See Lake Santee

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