Water sports drive the active lifestyle on Lake Tippecanoe. Dawn brings barefoot and slalom skiers slicing through the crystal calm water. Wake surfing, wakeboarding, and towable inflatables promote family fun and form lifelong lake memories. Sandbar gatherings are a hub of nonstop action and fun! Lazy days are spent boating with old and new friends. Kids splashing, dogs retrieving, frisbee's flying are the heart and soul of family lake life. Sunday morning boat church is divine.
Nature abounds along the shores of Lake Tippecanoe. Preserved wetlands are home to elegant swans and numerous waterfowl. Blue Heron, Kingfishers and Eagles find bounty along the miles of shoreline. Indiana's deepest natural lake with its coves, inlets, and flats, is an angler’s dream. Whether a pastime or sport fishing, Lake Tippecanoe offers an abundance of large and smallmouth bass, muskie, bluegill and crappie.
Two multi-generational marinas have provided boat sales and service since the early 1920s. Oswego's Pound store, opened in 1838 as an Indian trading post, is the oldest commercial building in Kosciusko County. Set high on the north shore you will find the Tippecanoe Lake Country Club established in 1926.
Members enjoy the iconic 18-hole golf course, tennis, pickleball, pool and fine dining. Camp Crosley has been the heart and soul of Little Tippy since 1923, ushering in a new generation of lake enthusiasts each summer.
A rich history follows Lake Tippecanoe. We invite you to explore the possibilities. "Of all the paths you take in life, make some lead to the lake.