Want to learn more about our lakes?

Below are a variety of resources and links to partner organizations.

The Watershed Foundation

The Watershed Foundation works to prevent polution entering our lakes.

Many Projects

TWF coordinates and funds many projects around the 160 lakes within our watershed.

Lilly Center

The Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams monitors the health of our lakes.

Education and Information

The Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams monitors and educates citizens about our lakes and natural resources.

Sewer District

The Tippy Chapman Regional Sewer District is the authority for the new sewers being installed around our lakes.

Ongoing Project

As the sewer project continues, contact the sewer disctrict for information and updates.

Department of Natural Resources

All public lakes in our state are managed by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

Natural Recourses

The DNR manages all public lands and waters for the citizens of our state.

Aquatic Plant Management

We raise the money and work with the DNR to treat the nuisance plants in the lakes.

Weed Treatment

LTPO spends over $30,000 annually to treat nuisance plants in our lakes.

Oswego Dam

Our Dam Manager, works with the DNR to coordinate the dam operations in Oswego.

What's happening?

Terry Frank has been manning the dam in Oswego for over 20 years. Info on water levels are available.

Lake Maps

Here are detailed maps of the lake for roads and landings.

You are Here

Find you way around or learn the names of points and landings.

Water Quality

We sample, test and work with partners to improve and maintain the health of the lake.

Health Water... Happy Life

The health of our lake is important to everyone. You can get involved or support our partners.

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