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Walleyes abound in Sylvan and Winona lakes

COLUMBIA CITY – Anglers could catch more walleyes than ever before at two northeast Indiana lakes this spring. According to the DNR Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW), Sylvan Lake in Rome City and Winona Lake in Warsaw contain two of the highest walleye densities in the region. During sampling…


Singing Sands pre-school program at Indiana Dunes in April

The Indiana Dunes State Park Nature Center is offering a Singing Sands pre-school program on four Fridays in the month of April. Program dates are April 1, 8, 15, and 22. Parents with children between the ages of 3 and 5 may sign up their child for an hour of…


“Fun with Fossils” workshop at Clifty Falls SP, March 19

“Fun with Fossils” workshop will be held Saturday, March 19, from 1-3 p.m. at the Clifty Falls State Park nature center. Launch your fossil hunt with an introduction to fossils found in southeast Indiana, including notes on their marine origins and ecological significance. Participants will learn fossil identification and collect…


Indiana’s Long Distance Trails

Trails selected for this website are 10 miles long or greater, have a natural trail surface, and most have camping available to enhance the wilderness experience. These long distance trails occur on properties managed by a variety of public agencies. Each agency has it’s own role to play in the…


Pike Lake Attracting Indiana Anglers

A recent Indiana Department of Natural Resources fisheries survey report shows angler numbers are up Pike Lake. The report summarizes the results of an angler creel survey conducted last summer by DNR fisheries biologists. Pike Lake is a 228-acre natural lake located in the City of Warsaw.  A city park…


Hunters’ Lunch at Salamonie Lake in Indiana, Nov. 15

Hungry hunters can head to Salamonie Lake, Nov. 15, when Upper Wabash Interpretive Services will present a hunters’ lunch. Hunters can refuel for the day with bean soup, cornbread, a cookie and a cup of coffee at the Salamonie Interpretive Center between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and trade stories….


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Builds Mass Marking Program for Great Lakes Trout and Salmon

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Midwest Region this October received the first of a series of automated fish tagging trailers – an initial step in the development of a mass marking program that will eventually mark or tag all salmon and trout stocked into U.S. waters of the…


5K Run/Walk at McCormick’s Creek, Sept. 6

Rev up your running shoes for a 5K Run and Walk at McCormick’s Creek State Park, Sept. 6. The 5K fun run begins from the Nature Center at 8 a.m. The walk starts at 8:15 a.m. Advance registration is $20 and covers the park entry fee and race-logo shirt. Race-…


Horse Riding/Camping Event, Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21

Saddle up! The Salamonie Riders Rendezvous is coming to Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21. Bring your horses and camp for the weekend or come out for the day and enjoy the sessions. All are welcome. “This third annual event promises good food, interesting information and a chance to enjoy meeting new…


July Fireworks at Raccoon SRA postponed until August 30

The recent flooding at Raccoon State Recreation Area has postponed their annual fireworks show, originally scheduled for July 5, until August 30. Cecil M. Harden Lake was constructed as a flood control reservoir by the Army Corps of Engineers. It serves as a part of the Comprehensive Wabash Valley Flood…