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    About Tippecanoe Lake
    The Deepest Natural Lake in Indiana

    Tippecanoe Lake is a large, glacially created lake in Leesburg, Kosciusko County, in Indiana. The lake encompasses 880 acres in size and is a whopping 123 feet deep in some spots.

    Tippecanoe Lake sits in between the cities of South Bend and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Residents can quickly drive across the Michigan and Ohio state borders as well.

    Boating, Fishing, and More

    Tippecanoe Lake is used mostly for recreational purposes such as fishing, boating, and skiing. The lake’s shore is Tippy Dance Hall, the Tippecanoe Lake Country Club, the Patona Bay Marina and Resort, and Tippecanoe Boat Co.

    Tippy Dance Hall is a unique building built in the 1950s that once hosted many musical artists such as Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and The Byrds.

    Tippecanoe Lake Country Club recently underwent significant renovations to completely restore the bunkers to meet tour quality, replace cart paths, and thin more giant trees to create a more playable course.

    Golfers can test their skills on the 18-hole course, tennis lovers can practice their serve, and friends can gather for dinner in the club dining room.

    Rent a boat from the Tippecanoe Boat Co. or gas up at the Patona bay Marina & Resort.

    Visit Potawatomi Park

    On the southern shoreline of Tippecanoe Lake is a popular park with a beautiful lake view. The park has a Splash Pad feature, an exercise track, a large Universally Accessible Playground, a community built Kids’ Kingdom playground, an outdoor Performance Arts Pavilion and viewing area, restroom facilities, a pool, a zoo, conservatory, and much more.

    Experience Premier Lake Living

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