About Noble County Lakes

Noble County, nestled in the heart of Indiana, unfolds as a haven for nature enthusiasts and water lovers alike. With 117 lakes and branches of the Elkhart River, complemented by over 30 public access sites, the county unveils diverse opportunities for aquatic adventures, ranging from kayaking and canoeing to fishing, swimming, and more. At Chain O’ Lakes State Park, elevate your aquatic experience with convenient rental services. Choose from boats, kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats.
Welcome to Noble County, a water lover's paradise waiting to be explored.

Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake
Sylvan Lake, the largest natural lake in the state, is a crown jewel of Noble County, boasting 669 acres of sparkling waters that span a vast expanse. This lake is a paradise for boating, fishing, and kayaking enthusiasts. Measuring an impressive 36 feet in depth, the lake offers a diverse aquatic environment, making it a haven for a variety of fish species.

The public beach along the lake's shores provides an ideal spot for sunbathing and picnicking. Don’t miss the annual Sylvan Lake Flotilla, a vibrant community event which features decorated boats and a lively atmosphere, adding a burst of color to the already picturesque landscape.

 Skinner Lake

Skinner Lake
Located just 2 miles east of Albion off S.R. 8, Skinner Lake spans 125 acres and reaches depths of 32 feet. Offering a variety of fish such as bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, and muskellunge, it's a haven for anglers. Waterskiing enthusiasts will also find their thrill on Skinner Lake's pristine waters. After taking on a water adventure, you can also explore Albion's historic district, where you'll find charming shops, local eateries, and a glimpse into the town's rich history.

 Long Lake

West Lakes Chain
The West Lakes Chain is a series of interconnected lakes in Noble and Whitley Counties. Some of the lakes in Noble County that are part of the chain are Big Lake, Little Long Lake, Jones Lake, Waldron Lake and Steinbarger Lake. Each lake has its unique charm and characteristics, attracting residents and visitors alike. The interconnected nature of these lakes allows for boating adventures and exploration. Additionally, the lakes provide opportunities for fishing enthusiasts, with various species of fish such as Bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and northern pike.

The West Lakes Chain is a hub for waterfront living, offering a mix of seasonal cottages, year-round homes, and recreational amenities. Skiing is available on Waldron Lake.

 crooked lake

Crooked Lake
Adding to the allure of Noble County is Crooked Lake, a tranquil oasis situated 4 miles south of Wolf Lake along S.R. 109. This spans 206 acres and plunges to depths of 108 feet, presenting a peaceful retreat for lake lovers and fishing enthusiasts. Whether you're angling for yellow perch, bluegill, trout, or largemouth bass, the lake's diverse aquatic ecosystem promises an exciting and rewarding experience.

Public access to Crooked Lake is conveniently located on the west side of the lake, courtesy of state-owned facilities. This accessibility ensures that visitors can easily immerse themselves in the lake's serene atmosphere, where the opportunities for outdoor enjoyment are abundant.

 loon lake

Loon Lake
Discover the serene charm of Loon Lake, just 2 miles west of S.R. 109 on the Noble-Whitley County Line. With 222 acres and depths of 92 feet, it offers easy access and a perfect blend of tranquility and outdoor adventure through kayaking, fishing, or simply enjoying nature’s beauty.

Fishing is a delight with bluegill, yellow perch, muskellunge, and largemouth bass populating its clear waters.

These lakes, along with others in Noble County, showcase the beauty of Indiana's natural landscapes. Embrace the lake life in this piece of paradise—pack your bags, grab your fishing rod, and set sail for a serene adventure. 

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